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Letters to the Editor, March 24/31, 2021

Letters to the Editor, March 24/31, 2021

Help stop the Arcata Bottom mega-grow I urge all Humboldt County residents to participate in this Thursday’s (April 1) planning commission meeting at 6 p.m. via zoom, to voice your opinion on the Sun Valley proposed 23 acre cannabis grow destined for the Arcata bottom just outside the city limit. This area is not conducive to

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Letters to the Editor, March 10, 2021

Annexation without representation I have lived at 1983 Foster Avenue in Arcata since 1990, a property under the jurisdiction of the County of Humboldt.  I was informed by a neighbor on January 30, 2021, that my home and property and three neighboring parcels were annexed by LAFCo from the county to the City of Arcata’s

Letters to the Editor, February 24, 2021

Town Center alternatives needed Humboldt County planners and the McKinleyville Municipal Advisory Committee (MMAC) are currently engaged in a Town Center Masterplan for the community of McKinleyville. Proposed commercial/residential development on a private parcel behind Safeway will permanently impact approximately three acres of seasonal wetlands and an undisclosed and unmitigated take of approximately 10-acres of forested

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Letters to the Editor, February 17, 2021

Non-extremist Christians still alive, well and around As a Presbyterian minister in McKinleyville, I feel compelled to respond to Gail Ledbetter’s “Christians gone awry” piece in last week’s Union. As with Jan Phelps’ letter concerning religious hypocrisy, it might surprise Ms. Ledbetter that I agree with almost everything she and Ms. Phelps said, except for

Letters to the Editor January 20, 2021

Restore real mental health treatment Rampant homelessness is a west coast phenomenon that has been growing since the 1970s. A local response — no matter how well intended or designed — cannot ever be adequate. Use of pleasurable intoxicating substances (including alcohol) for more than a few hours per week is incompatible with legitimate employment.

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