Daniel Mintz Mad River Union HUMBOLDT – Criticism of invasive beach grass removal projects is affecting a dune ecology partnership’s effort to gain the Board of Supervisors’ support for a grant proposal. The debate over the effectiveness of removing invasive beach grass again emerged at the March 10 board meeting. Supervisors considered a letter of…
I urge you to seek independent counsel and convene a Grand Jury investigation into why two supervisors would violate their oath of office and seek to encumber the people of Humboldt County to a Smart Growth document that is clearly not community-based and undermines our rights and civil liberties as guaranteed under our Constitution.
Asked about the influence of Agenda 21, Martha Spencer, the county’s Interim Planning Director, said that “I’ve never read it and I can’t even begin to comment on it because I don’t know what it is.”
Eye Staff Report THIRD DISTRICT – As Mark Lovelace and his wife Valorie danced at Arcata’s Jambalaya Club last night, the incumbent Third District supervisor was also waltzing to victory in vote tallies. Lovelace won more than two-thirds of the vote, finishing with 3,259 votes (67.84 percent) to challenger Karen Brooks’ 1,523 (31.70 percent). There were 22 write-in…
Third District Supervisorial candidate Karen Brooks recently sat down for an interview with Arcata Eye Editor Kevin Hoover at Bayside’s Beachcomber Café.
“It’s really a strange, U-shaped thing we have here, but without it, the Ridge Trail wouldn’t be able to keep on going” said Andre.
The underdog in the Third District supervisor election has shown an early influx of campaign financing from a bloc of development- and construction-related funders.