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Measure F passes, full fire service will be restored

Measure F passes, full fire service will be restored

Mad River Union ARCATA/MCKINLEYVILLE – A special property tax to fund the Arcata Fire District was overwhelmingly passed on Election Day, Nov. 3. The second post-election report showed that 12,768 voters, or 75.31 percent, voted in favor of the property tax. Just 4,185 voters, or 24.69 percent, opposed the measure. Measure F needed at least

Arcata open space tax resoundingly approved

Beginning July 1, 2021, the City of Arcata will levy an annual special tax of $37 per parcel to provide about $175,000 of additional funds each year to protect, preserve, maintain and expand Arcata’s parks, trails and natural open space areas. The additional dedicated funds will help leverage state and federal grants, which generally require some demonstrated local interest and participation in funding.

Arcata City Council hopefuls navigate an unusual campaign year

Kevin L. Hoover Mad River Union ARCATA – With no less than 10 of Arcata’s estimated 18,431 citizens roaming about the landscape as City Council candidates looking for votes, there’s a decent possibility that the other 18,421 A-town folk have had some contact with this year’s City Council hopefuls. Stacy Atkins-Salazar, Emily Grace Goldstein, Nick

Candidates question ‘Faces You Can Trust’ ad

Dear Community, McKinleyville Union School District (MUSD) comprises 3 school campuses with 974 students. The Northern Humboldt Unified School District (NHUHSD) consists of 5 school campuses with 1544 students. The Districts cover a vast portion of Humboldt County, from Bayside to Orick and nearly to Willow Creek. The families of the roughly 2,500 students are