Tag Archives: Hammond Trail

Hiller Road to get long-awaited speed hump

Hiller Road to get long-awaited speed hump

Mad River Union McKINLEYVILLE – Construction is scheduled to begin next week on a speed hump on Hiller Road at its intersection with the Hammond Trail in McKinleyville. Residents of the neighborhood, tucked between U.S. Highway 101 and the Mad River, have long complained about cars speeding down Hiller Road. The work is being donated by 

McKinleyville Matters: McMAC to elect officers, discuss roads, planning issues

The McKinleyville Municipal Advisory Committee (McKMAC) meets today, Jan. 30 at 6 p.m. in the McKinleyville Middle School Conference Center at 2275 Central Ave. in McKinleyville. The county advisory committee will discuss the resignation of John Corbett, who served as the committee’s chair. The committee will elect new officers for the year. The committee will

Traffic woes plague McKinleyville’s Hiller Road

Jack Durham Mad River Union McKINLEYVILLE – Neighbors on Hiller Road in McKinleyville are asking the county to do something to slow down traffic and to improve the safety of the road’s intersection with the Hammond Trail. Their efforts received a boost April 25 when the McKinleyville Municipal Advisory Committee (McKMAC) voted unanimously to send a

There’s good news for Mack Town, and plenty of challenges

Jack Durham Mad River Union McKINLEYVILLE – There are plenty of reasons for McKinleyville residents to feel cheery and optimistic about their town’s future. On the flip side, the unincorporated community – along with all of Humboldt County – faces some daunting challenges. All of this was discussed Jan. 17 during the McKinleyville Chamber of

McKinleyville grapples with crime, drugs

Jack Durham Mad River Union MCKINLEYVILLE – Homeless people camping in the woods, used hypodermic needles scattered in the streets and a seemingly endless string of petty crimes are among the challenges facing McKinleyville. Some of these issues, and a few potential solutions, were touched upon during a recent meeting of the McKinleyville Municipal Advisory

Mad River Current for Thursday, Aug. 10: Drizzle, commissioner removed, Hammond Trail Stewards and butt-tat drama

Thunder and drizzle   Boom! It’s a thunderous morning here on the coast, and probably more so in the hills. And there drizzle. This should continue until about 11 a.m., according to the National Weather Service. By the afternoon, it should be partly sunny.   ‘Do you know who I am?’; Trinidad Council removes commissioner

Body found on Hammond Trail

Mad River Union ARCATA – McKINLEYVILLE – A body was found on the Hammond Trail near Fischer Avenue in McKinleyville on Saturday morning, March 4. Humboldt County Sheriff’s office and emergency services found the deceased person when responding to a report of a subject not breathing at 9:45 a.m. Saturday, according to Humboldt County Sheriff’s

Little River property makes Hammond Trail extension possible

Jack Durham Mad River Union LITTLE RIVER – An important step in expanding the Hammond Trail north across the Little River was celebrated today, July 9, as a chunk of land needed for the project was transferred from Green Diamond Resource Company to the Trinidad Coastal Land Trust. The event was marked with a ribbon