With regard to the McKinleyville Town Center, I found last week’s headline “Town Center Limits Loosened” to be a bit misleading. As the subsequent tagline states — wetland regulations were altered, not the Town Center planning limits. I bring this up because while the county is readily willing to undertake the process of amending the…
The Greater Trinidad Chamber of Commerce invites surrounding community members to the Midwinter Night’s Dream Gala on Saturday, Jan. 25 from 6 to 10 p.m. in Trinidad Town Hall. Live music by Kenny Ray and the Mighty Rovers is planned along with a display of local art work. A catered dinner will be prepared by…
Happy New Year Blue Lakers and Blue Lake visitors. It’s great to be back writing the goings on of Blue Lake in 2020.
It is apparent to anyone in this nation that Donald Trump is a puppet of the last remaining vestiges of the USSR and the old Kremlin, Vladimir Putin and his Oligarchs. Haven’t you noticed that whenever Trump is in real danger of being removed from office, he makes a call and his friend Vlad comes up with a solution. We know he calls Vlad because all his phone calls are monitored and someone always leaks.
Now that the entrance to the City Beneath The City has been opened, the hole in the Plaza will be off-gassing for some time. The town still wants to forget as much as it wants to remember.
In your Dec. 9 issue, you quote Rex Bohn as saying that we haven’t had a bad air day in five years. That’s not true. The American Lung Association gave Humboldt County an F in 24-hour particle pollution in their 2019 State of the Air Report.
Concepts like freedom, independence, security, protection of family, and the American Dream, all embedded in both conservative and progressive values, are realized in a single-payer health care system – a simple, elegant and superbly American proposition.
The coming year is going to be filled with so many amazing things, so keep your eyes peeled. There will be no column from me next week as I’ll be busy with my family for the holidays.
Tilting at windmills The windmill issue seems to be a dilemma for the local green community. It is agreed that we humans must act quickly and decisively to curb the environmental chaos caused by greenhouse gasses. Why then, when a plan for alternative energy is dropped in our midst do we pause? Think global, act…
As long as Humboldt’s affordable housing crisis exists, short-term solutions need to be implemented. Affordable Homeless Housing Alternatives (AHHA) and other local advocates recommend safe parking programs, sanctioned camping areas, and tiny home villages.