Tag Archives: Fifth District Supervisor Steve Madrone

Steve Madrone: It’s about sustainable development

Steve Madrone: It’s about sustainable development

This is about sustainable development and working together as a community to help make that happen. I have spent the last 47 years volunteering in this community to help us develop sustainable water supplies and to create sustainable development. I will continue to do just that. 

Garth Sundberg: History repeats as organized racism thwarts Trinidad Racheria’s vision

Today our message to the City of Trinidad, HARP, Steve Madrone and others who have made it your mission to stop the Tribe’s development is: educate yourselves, understand that your biases, your prejudice, and your discrimination is just as bad as what happened over two hundred years ago, and what is happening in our nation today. We are committed to our Vision and our pathway forward for future generations. It is our sovereign right.

McK Dollar General liquor license denied

In the Decision, the judge mentioned not only the erroneous information, but also the compelling testimony of how an existing homeless camp in the area makes it likely that transients would be available to buy alcohol for underage students for a fee, thus thwarting the efforts by Dollar General employees to keep it out of the hands of underage students.

Steve Madrone: Remember the most vulnerable

There is help out there. Talk with your landlords and make payment arrangements. Most landlords want to work with their tenants. Rent will still be owed but time to pay can be given. There are orders to avoid most evictions during these times. Utilities are also supposed to be left on. There will still be debt but as payments arrive it will get better. 

Madrone questions HCSO cannabis raids

Daniel Mintz Mad River Union HUMBOLDT – ​The conduct of the county’s Sheriff’s Office in carrying out cannabis law enforcement became a focus of discussion as county supervisors were updated on permitting and abatement. ​Cannabis issues dominated the September 10 Board of Supervisors meeting. Early in the meeting, during an open public comment session, what

Steve Madrone: Carrots and sticks must guide the cannabis industry to compliance

Concerns were expressed by speakers at the Sept. 10 Board of Supervisors meeting and members of the public about recent Humboldt County Sheriff’s Office raids and the extreme costs and long timelines to get grows permitted. The economy of Humboldt has taken a big hit with the onset of Cannabis regulation, as evidenced by a

McKinleyville Matters: Time for McK Land Trust annual dinner

The McKinleyville Land Trust invites the public to attend its 18th annual dinner and fundraiser at Azalea Hall, 1620 Pickett Rd. in McKinleyville on Sunday evening, March 3.  The menu features chicken cacciatore or baked eggplant, both with pasta, Tomaso’s sauce, fresh mixed green salad, bread from the North Coast Co-op Bakery, Ramone’s coffee or

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