Tag Archives: Arcata Land Co.

Letters: Arcata Bottom mega-grow needs an EIR

At least meet Nordic Aquafarms’ standard – do an EIR Humboldt County appears hell bent on approving massive projects like the mega cannabis grows and the (proposed) fish factory. In every case, citizens and environmental groups have been clamoring for EIR’s. So why is it that the county is so reluctant and unresponsive to the

Two new cell towers proposed for Arcata Bottom

Planning staff is bringing these applications forward to the Planning Commission as one item because the Humboldt County General Plan requires towers to be designed to minimize the visual clutter of multiple towers through screening and co-location. Staff’s recommendation is that the Planning Commission approve only one of these applications.

BOS looks at phased option for Bottoms grow

Kevin L. Hoover Mad River Union ARCATA BOTTOM/EUREKA – The Board of Supervisors has sent advocates of a proposed 8-acre industrial cannabis grow on the Arcata Bottom back to the drawing board. They’re to return for a re-hearing next Tuesday, July 13 with new odor control and downsizing options plus possible phase-in of a larger

Arcata Bottom mega-grow foes file appeal to BOS

Kevin L. Hoover Mad River Union ARCATA – In the 2000s, Arcata residents beseeched their political leaders to save them from industrial cannabis grow houses metastasizing throughout their neighborhoods.  Now, with cannabis legal and industry striving to meet demand with supply, some Arcata residents are again appealing to the powers that be to halt creation

Team 27 is now Team 27th, and wants an EIR for the Arcata Bottom grow

Team 27th News Release Westwood Neighbors call for Sun Valley Cannabis Grow EIR In response to the Sun Valley Group’s plans to build a nearly 9-acre commercial cannabis grow in the Arcata Bottoms, local residents are calling on the Humboldt County Planning Commission to require an Environmental Impact Report (EIR). Sun Valley, under the name Arcata

Planco hearing on Bottoms grow continues Thursday

Kevin L. Hoover Mad River Union ARCATA BOTTOM – It was as though two vastly different projects were under discussion March 18 during the Humboldt County Planning Commission’s consideration of its final agenda item.  One project was a smart, well-regulated and scrupulously managed agricultural enterprise that would help support a major local employer, make large

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