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Measure Z funds firefighting, crime prevention

Measure Z funds firefighting, crime prevention

Daniel Mintz Mad River Union HUMBOLDT – ​Humboldt County’s Measure Z funding priorities have been chosen, with firefighting services getting the largest share at $1.9 million. ​The county’s Board of Supervisors signed off on Measure Z funding projects at its April 20 meeting. ​Measure Z public safety sales tax revenue for the coming fiscal year

Z-bucks dry up as sales tax rev drops

Daniel Mintz Mad River Union HUMBOLDT– Revenue from Humboldt County’s Measure Z public safety sales tax is down this year, leaving only $3.5 million for new funding items.  This year’s list of Measure Z allocations does include a range of public safety improvements, however, including funding for firefighting equipment and facilities, and continued funding for

County OK’s ‘historic’ cannabis ordinance

Daniel Mintz Mad River Union HUMBOLDT – Humboldt County’s cannabis industry is advancing to its next phase with the Board of Supervisors’ adoption of a new commercial production ordinance. At a May 8 hearing, a majority of supervisors voted to approve inland and coastal versions of the new ordinance along with an Environmental Impact Report.

Humboldt’s grows can be seen from space, and that’s just what the BOS plans to do

Daniel Mintz Mad River Union HUMBOLDT – Humboldt County’s planning staff will soon be eyeing cannabis cultivation sites on their computer screens, accessing satellite imagery that is more precise and more up to date than standard sources like Google Earth. At its April 17 meeting, the county’s Board of Supervisors approved spending $200,000 to enlist

Warning of ‘trainwreck’ for cannabis industry

Daniel Mintz Mad River Union HUMBOLDT – A cannabis attorney has told Humboldt County’s Board of Supervisors that if a backlog of permit applications isn’t caught up with, the local industry will face a “trainwreck.” The county’s cannabis cultivation permitting backlog was highlighted as supervisors approved extending a temporary permitting program at their Feb. 27

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