MCSD Recreation Director Lesley Frisbee told Orlandi that the next step is for him to gather more information about the cost of obtaining permits for the track from the Humboldt County Planning Department. She said he also needs to develop a budget and timeline for the project.
“The vets have stepped up with perfect timing to support hungry students,” Carr said. “The vets’ program will benefit the students in Arcata. That leaves two high schools in McKinleyville. McKinleyville High is in the process of developing a food pantry which I’ll support as best I can. Clearly, the current school district food program is not meeting the needs of the hungry students. It’s time the district steps up and makes changes. Changing the current breakfast from 10:10 to before school is a step in the right direction. Hopefully this can happen sooner rather than later. There are hungry kids now!”
If approved, the tax will generate $2.2 million that would be used to retain current staffing levels, Restore three frozen/vacant firefighter positions, and Replace and Repair fire engines and equipment as needed.
According to Community Development Director David Loya, there are approximately 47 people that are “highly vulnerable” in the city’s current tenant-based rental assistance program. “There are at least three people who, if not for the program, would be homeless,” Loya said, and who are at risk of losing their subsidy if the application isn’t submitted in a timely fashion.
The Jetta pulled alongside of the victim’s vehicle and fired multiple shots. The Jetta then continued to travel westbound on Highway 255. No injuries were sustained during the incident.
Supervisors agreed to have the board’s Cannabis Ad Hoc Committee review the cottage micro-business license proposal and bring it back for discussion when it’s further developed.
The nursery irrigation will use about 24,180 gallons of water year, which will be provided by the McKinley Ville Community Services District (MCSD). Last October, the MCSD confirmed that it will be able to accommodate the project’s total water volume of 50,000 gallons a year.
“And if you want to see it built, it has to be economically viable,” Greg Pierson said. “It all has to work together. It’s complicated.” He stressed that the status of wetlands on the property is a key issue for the future of the McKinleyville Town Center.
The dog, an unaltered male, was located without a collar and is not microchipped. The dog is approximately three years old and weighs 12 pounds.
Daniel Mintz Mad River Union HUMBOLDT – Humboldt County’s Human Rights Commission is launching a social media campaign to promote one of the most lauded yet at times elusive qualities of communication. The Kindness 2020 Campaign was described to the Board of Supervisors at its Jan. 7 meeting by Human Rights Commissioner Lelehenia DuBois. Saying…