Tag Archives: Arcata Marsh

Arcata Police Log: Those wily talknophical sockdologizers

• Wednesday, November 29 4:14 p.m. Suspected musicians and their roadie enablers were reported smoking jazz cigarettes out back of a downtown entertainment venue – the one with the hideous mural. 8:26 p.m. A woman on F Street was wrapped in a white blanket as she alternately struck her head against a pole and kicked

Eco-Briefs for Sept. 13, 2017

Plans for Arcata’s Wastewater Treatment David Couch presents a free public lecture about “New Plans for Arcata’s Wastewater Treatment” Friday, Sept. 15, starting at 7:30 p.m. at the Arcata Marsh Interpretive Center. Couch is the wastewater operations supervisor for the City of Arcata and a founding member of Friends of the Arcata Marsh, where he

Frank Klopp: Some history and advice on wastewater treatment

First there were the Native American Indians. They lived on the hill north of Seventh Street and east of the freeway; don’t know what they did for waste disposal. Then came the city founders; they used outhouses and compost privies. The settlement became Arcata and the city elders installed sewer collector lines to Arcata Bay.

Marsh treatment system getting multimillion-dollar overhaul

Kevin L. Hoover Mad River Union ARCATA – One of Arcata’s most iconic – and important – public works is about to be overhauled, and the city is approaching the project with extreme caution. The Wastewater Treatment Facility at the Arcata Marsh & Wildlife Sanctuary has been hailed as revolutionary for incorporating natural processes with