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McKinleyville could help supply Trinidad water

McKinleyville could help supply Trinidad water

Under the proposal, the Humboldt Bay Municipal Water District would sell water directly to the Trinidad Rancheria, but the water would pass through McKinleyville’s pipelines, which extend to the Dow’s Prairie area. A new pipeline would need to be built from the northern end of McKinleyville up the casino,. located south of Trinidad.

Coastal Comm OKs Trinidad Bay Hyatt, U.S. 101 safety measures

Daniel Mintz Mad River Union HUMBOLDT –  ​In a locally-held meeting, the state’s Coastal Commission has given conditional approvals to two controversial projects – a 100-room, five-story hotel next to the Cher-ae Heights Casino and the U.S. Highway 101 interchange. ​The commission began three days of meetings on Aug. 7 at Eureka’s Wharfinger Building. A

HARP: 1,300 sign petition opposing Trinidad hotel design

Humboldt Alliance for Responsible Planning [email protected] More than 1,300 Humboldt residents and visitors have signed a petition contesting the design and impact of a proposed five-story, 100-guestroom Hyatt hotel planned for the bluff above Trinidad Bay. Members of HARP — the Humboldt Alliance for Responsible Planning — have raised concerns about the Trinidad Rancheria hotel

Trinidad Tidings: Seaside village welcomes new manager, gets hotel update

Eli Naffah of Crescent City is Trinidad’s new city manager. He was introduced to a large gathering of Trinidad residents by Mayor Steve Ladwig at last week’s Trinidad City Council meeting. Eli Naffah has a background in economic development from 13 years of working in La Mirada, Montebello, Huntington Beach and Antioch.  He also helped

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