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Arcata City Council jumps on the Measure F train

Arcata City Council jumps on the Measure F train

The AFD is a single-purpose special district, independent from the City of Arcata and the County of Humboldt, which is governed by a board of directors who are elected by the voters. For more information and to find answers to frequently asked questions regarding Measure F, please visit arcatafire.org/measure-f.

Arcata getting Tesla battery backup, developing ‘social host’ ordinance

Kevin L. Hoover Mad River Union ARCATA – At its Sept. 2 meeting, the City Council approved development of a “social host” ordinance. During normal times, such an ordinance would help prevent underage drinking at parties by holding the host accountable for providing those under age 21 access to alcohol. Now, during the coronavirus crisis, a

City Council candidate Camilla Zapata is committed to Arcata

I believe in environmental justice, equity and inclusion. The social movements currently vibrating our country have brought new clarity to some and affirmation to others, that the marginalized in our culture need all of our support to enact real change. Using an intersectional approach to include all disenfranchised groups, I hope to provide space for honest and inspired conversations on how to support each one of our diverse community members. I am willing to put the time and energy in to aid in the changes needed for us to collectively move into the future.

Arcata council candidate Paul Pitino brings ideas, projects, public service

I will work to improve the quality of life in Arcata by focusing on a premier destination dog park, a village style transitional housing project, continued upgrade of small neighborhood parks, City of Arcata and Humboldt State University collaboration, late night county bus service on Thursday, Friday and Saturday nights, creation of satellite parking for downtown Arcata, creation of a bicycle campground, and Code Inspection (Health and Safety) of Arcata rental units.  

Michael Winkler brings solid record of achievement to council bid

  Michael Winkler Campaign I’m the candidate with the most experience and proven record that Arcata needs. I’ve served on Council twelve years including three as Mayor.  As Mayor, I developed a close working relationship with City Manager Diemer. We fast-tracked essential COVID-19 public health measures, developed safe shelters for the homeless, setup protection from

Sarah Schaefer will use her experience to give back

The City Council needs a new, fresh perspective. Issues such as housing for all, strengthening community and local business, addressing climate change, and preservation of trails are important to me. As a member of the Arcata City Council I want to address the needs of people and work together to create a safe and livable community for everyone.

Emily Grace Goldstein brings progressive skills, priorities to council race

Emily Grace Goldstein campaign Hello Arcata Community, I am thrilled to be announcing my candidacy for a position on the Arcata City Council in the Nov. 3, 2020 election.  I truly believe that Arcata is an incredible place. I envision this community as a leader in establishing new norms around affordable housing, mental healthcare, education