Tag Archives: Harbor District

Head of harbor district resigns

Humboldt Bay Harbor, Recreation and Conservation District Executive Director Jack Crider is resigning in October to take another job in New Mexico. “Jack has been exceptional in completing tasks set forth by the Harbor Commission’s vision. His forward-thinking approach to problem solving has been evident throughout the Commission’s purchase and cleanup of the former Evergreen

Local commercial fishermen support city RV park project

Press release from Humboldt Fishermen’s Marketing Association: At Tuesday night’s Eureka City Council Meeting, Humboldt Fishermen’s Marketing Association board members testified in unanimous support for the city staff’s proposal to establish a privately operated RV park and “mixed-use” visitor facility on city property next to the Samoa Bridge. Not only does the HFMA support this project,

5th District Harbor District candidates in their own words

The Union invited the two candidates running for the Fifth District seat on the Humboldt Bay Harbor, Recreation and Conservation District Board of Commissioners to answer questions. Below are their unedited responses. Election Day is Tuesday, Nov. 3. Susan Rotwein   1. Who are you? Give us a mini-bio. I’m a Public Health Nurse with

Harbor Commission to get partly caught up on meeting minutes

Jack Durham Mad River Union WOODLEY ISLAND – Hopefully the commissioners of the Humboldt Bay Harbor, Recreation and Conservation District (HBHRCD) have good memories, because they’ll need them for the Thursday, Aug. 13 meeting. Under the consent calendar, the commission is scheduled to approve minutes dating back to December of last year. There are minutes

Susan Rotwein announces bid for Harbor District seat

Submitted by Rotwein for Harbor District Board: Susan Rotwein, owner of a McKinleyville retail/wholesale seafood business and a commercial fishing boat, will contest the District Five seat on the Humboldt Bay Harbor, Recreation & Conservation District board of commissioners. The election will be held November 3. In announcing her candidacy, Ms. Rotwein said, “The Harbor

Pulp mill site to be marketed as eco-industrial park

Editor’s note: This article was corrected on Feb. 3. The previous version stated that Bonnie Neely was hired to market the pulp mill property. That was incorrect. Neely, working for her law firm, will clarify allowable uses at the site, which will be helpful in the marketing efforts. Benjamin Fordham Mad River Union HUMBOLDT –

Harbor leaders want to attract cruise ships

Benjamin Fordham Mad River Union WOODLEY ISLAND – The Humboldt Bay Harbor, Recreation and Conservation District Board of Commissioners met Sept. 11 to discuss several issues that could have long-term implications for the bay and the surrounding area. The meeting began with a closed session performance review of District CEO Jack Crider, whom the Commission

Harbor District Buys Dredge To Improve Marinas, Save Money

Jack Durham Mad River Union WOODLEY ISLAND – Humboldt Bay will soon have its own dredge, allowing the harbor district to maintain local marinas on a regular basis. The vessel will also save taxpayers millions of dollars in dredging costs, if all goes as planned. The Humboldt Bay Harbor, Recreation and Conservation District (HBHRCD) Commissioners

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