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Editorial: A problem we can solve

Editorial: A problem we can solve

Maybe this fresh, bold new City Council can lift a finger to end the running dysfunction. They’re tackling truly weighty issues such as climate change, equity, COVID-19 and other world-class imbroglios, so there’s no reason why they can’t take a few minutes to rename the D Street Neighborhood Center and finally end this grinding civic annoyance. 

Discuss Old Arcata Road Improvements Project at the D Street Center

City of Arcata ARCATA – The City of Arcata will host an in-person scoping meeting to discuss the Old Arcata Road Improvements Project on Thursday, July 1 from 4:30 to 5:30 p.m. The purpose of this meeting is to give community members the opportunity to review potential environmental impacts of the proposed project.  Information gathered

equity arcata hosting Sunday’s Home Away From Home student food & supply giveaway

equity arcata ARCATA – equity arcata’s Home Away From Home working group will host its next meal and “free stuff” distribution for local college students on Sunday, March 14. During the COVID-19 pandemic, equity arcata volunteers have supported college students safely by hosting physically-distant meal and free stuff distributions, with the working group’s distributions in

UPDATE: Equity Arcata’s Home Away From Home is Sunday at D Street Center

Note: see below for an important update from Home Away From Home co-organizer Wes Chesbro. – Ed. Equity Arcata HUMBOLDT –  Equity Arcata’s first Home Away from Home Potluck of the new school year takes place this Sunday, Sept. 8 from 5 to 7 p.m. at the D Street Neighborhood Center located at 1301 D

Gun violence restraining order training at D Street Center

CITY OF ARCATA HOSTS GUN VIOLENCE RESTRAINING ORDER TRAINING On Thursday, April 25 from 9 a.m. to noon at the D Street Neighborhood Center, 1301 D Street, the City of Arcata is hosting training for law enforcement, attorneys and court personnel on gun violence restraining orders. Gun violence restraining orders are civil orders, issued in

Home Away from Home Potluck at D Street Neighborhood Center this Sunday

Equity Arcata ARCATA – Equity Arcata is excited to announce that our next Home Away from Home Potluck will take place on Sunday, March 31 in celebration of National Caesar Chavez Day. In the spirit of camaraderie and goodwill, our Home Away From Home Potluck is a community-building event created to act as a bridge

Annie/Mary Trail to run along old Arcata & Mad River Railroad Co. line

Jack Durham Mad River Union BLUE LAKE – Construction will begin this summer on the first phase of a trail that may eventually connect Arcata to Blue Lake. Phase 1 of the Annie & Mary Trail, which follows portions of the old Arcata & Mad River Railroad Co. line, will extend about a half mile

Union Editorial: Secrecy and subterfuge isn’t well-serving the public process for ‘The Village ‘

While hindsight is 20/20, we could have told everyone involved with the proposed The Village student housing project at the outset that transparency was the best policy. It still is, even as the various stakeholders’ tendency toward secretiveness compromises the process of considering the project. It began with the project’s backers a year ago in

Celebrating Black History Month at Home Away From Home

Maureen McGarry Special To The Union ARCATA – Much can be learned by exploring the history of the Black-American experience. With input from students of color from Humboldt State University, the Home Away from Home program is hosting its third community potluck. Community members are invited to come to the D Street Neighborhood Center in

Downtown desires detailed in run-up to epic Feb. 21 Plaza meeting

Kevin L. Hoover Mad River Union ARCATA – Whatever the Plaza looks like five years from now, no one can say they weren’t asked for their ideas on how to shape it. Some major questions are on the table about Arcata’s town square: How can we make it more inviting and less frightening? Should cannabis

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