Tag Archives: Buttermilk Lane

So-Called Thoughts: What was once decried is now demanded. Coming up, the ultimate speed hump

So-Called Thoughts: What was once decried is now demanded. Coming up, the ultimate speed hump

At recent public meetings, concerned citizens have alluded to the newly available crime visualizations (viewable at arcata.crimegraphics.com). Among the other informative things one can now observe online are heat maps of crime frequency in Arcata’s different neighborhoods. To no one’s surprise, the Plaza and other heavily-used public areas see a lot of police activity. It’s

Speeders bedevil Buttermilk Lane

Kevin L. Hoover Mad River Union SUNNY BRAE – Its surface newly smoothed by a million-dollar repaving project, the good news  is that Sunny Brae’s Buttermilk Lane no longer challenges drivers with car-shaking potholes. The bad news is, any traffic-calming benefits of the potholes are gone too. Residents of the speeding-wracked street last week held

Baywood’s logging plan approved

Kevin L. Hoover Mad River Union SUNNY BRAESIDE – The Timber Harvest Plan (THP) filed by Baywood Golf and Country Club has been approved by the California Dept. of Forestry and Fire Protection (CalFire). A letter dated Aug. 10 and signed by Forester II Chris E. Curtis of the agency’s Santa Rosa office notifies Baywood’s

Updated: Baywood logging decision delayed again

Kevin L. Hoover Mad River Union SUNNY BRAESIDE – Final approval of Baywood Golf and Country Club’s logging plans has been further delayed. Approval of THP 1-17-044HUM had been expected within 15 days of the June 29 Second Review, though that was later put off until last Friday, Aug. 4. But when Friday rolled around,

Daryl Chinn: Caution, communication and cooperation key to Baywood timber harvest

Department of Forestry and Fire Protection Region Headquarters 135 Ridgeway Avenue Santa Rosa, CA 95401 RE: THP 1-17-044 HUM To Members of the Department: I live on the City of Arcata portion of Buttermilk Lane, which is about two miles long and about evenly divided between portions in unincorporated Humboldt County and Arcata City limits.

Arcata plans major street upgrades, seeks input

Kevin L. Hoover Mad River Union ARCATA – With Valley West and various central Arcata Street Improvement Projects completed over the past few years, the City of Arcata is ramping up for major road improvements to two of Arcata’s lengthy “gateway” streets. Last week, the city invited residents to a briefing on the projects, where

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