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City of Arcata wants housing above shopping center

City of Arcata wants housing above shopping center

Steve Robles Mad River Union ARCATA – In order to comply with state rules on developing affordable housing for its residents, Arcata is appealing to local developers to create partnerships that will result in more access. “I just wanted to take the opportunity to put a shout-out to the building community,” said Director of Community

Citizens help plan for Arcata’s housing future

Kevin L. Hoover Mad River Union  ARCATA COMMUNITY CENTER – In an attempt to guide the development of its future housing inventory, the city’s Community Development Department last week invited citizens to weigh in on the matter.  Arcata’s housing profile isn’t ideal, and even optimistic projections indicate a continuing shortage.  With housing-themed music (“Our House” by

Emergency housing available for HSU students

Humboldt State University Humboldt State University students experiencing homelessness or housing insecurity can now be eligible for temporary emergency housing on campus. In collaboration with HSU Housing & Residence Life, the Campus Assistance, Response, & Engagement (CARE) Services Program in the Office of the Dean of Students has launched the HSU Temporary Emergency Housing Program. >>RELATED STORIES: Report Recommends Campus, CSU Practices To

County considers ‘high level’ involvement in housing

Daniel Mintz Mad River Union HUMBOLDT – A state-mandated Humboldt County housing plan will consider a new approach to serving the needs of lower-income residents – having the county move from merely zoning for housing to subsidizing and maintaining it.  The question of whether the county should become actively involved in providing for housing is

The Village housing project gets a City Council lifeline

Kevin L. Hoover Mad River Union ARCATA CITY HALL – On a 3–1 vote with Mayor Brett Watson dissenting, the City Council last week gave direction to a developer and city staff to evaluate a new version of The Village housing project, one that it could approve if properly configured. As stipulated by the council,

New planner: McK over-packed with multi-family housing

Daniel Mintz Mad River Union McKINLEYVILLE – McKinleyville’s representative on the county Planning Commission has advanced a stance on multiple unit housing development, saying that “McKinleyville has been getting a lot of these really dense subdivisions and I don’t think we need too many more of them.” Peggy O’Neill, a McKinleyville resident who was recently

McKMAC goes into detail on housing

Jack Durham Mad River Union MCKINLEYVILLE – Building mother-in-law units, tiny house villages and creating more affordable housing were among the topics discussed Feb. 27 by the McKinleyville Municipal Advisory Committee (McKMAC). The committee and more than 30 residents gathered at Azalea Hall to hear a presentation on the update of the Humboldt County Housing

Housing planned for Seventh and I streets

Kevin L. Hoover Mad River Union ARCATA – In the 1990s, the parking lot at Seventh and I streets was filled with Fords. Then Isackson Motors closed, and the lot has been empty except for occasional heavy equipment staging, food trucks and parking for the businesses on the parcel’s south side. Now, Danco Group is

Major Arcata housing project proposals heard Tuesday and Wednesday. Jan. 29 and 30

 THE CITY OF ARCATA TO HOST MEETING REGARDING DEVELOPMENT OF THE 7TH AND I STREET NEIGHBORHOOD ON TUESDAY, JANUARY 29  Arcata, CA, January 25, 2019 – The City of Arcata Community Development Department is seeking community input regarding a new multi-family affordable housing project located at 7th and I Street.  The City of Arcata is

The Village is back, and it’s somewhat similar, but different from the last version

Kevin L. Hoover Mad River Union ARCATA – The Village student housing project is back. The revised project is physically much the same as the version which failed approval by the City Council last August, but meets a key demand for mixed housing voiced by its council skeptics. However, it loses some other features which

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