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Economics to determine future of McKinleyville Town Center

Economics to determine future of McKinleyville Town Center

Jack Durham Mad River Union McKINLEYVILLE – There’s strong support in McKinleyville for the creation of a pedestrian-friendly town center, but it is unknown whether the vision for the heart of the community is economically viable. The McKinleyville Municipal Advisory Committee took up the issue at its meeting May 31, hearing from supporters of the

McKinleyville goes big on Tiny House movement

Zapf Dingbat Madness Ribber Funion MCKINLEYVILLE, APRIL 1 – The Tiny House Movement is forging ahead with plans to build a village to house Humboldt’s homeless, but it’s strategy has changed following input from the McKinleyville Municipal Advisory Committee (McKMAC). The non-profit organization met with the McKMAC to receive input about its proposal to locate 20

McKMack takes up smoking

Jack Durham Mad River Union McKINLEYVILLE – McKinleyville’s advisory committee may make a recommendation tonight, Feb. 22 on whether the county should pursue its own smoking ordinance. The McKinleyville Municipal Advisory Committee will take up the matter when it meets at 6 p.m. at the newly named Middle School Conference Center (previously called the Azalea

McKinleyville committee meeting canceled

Mad River Union McKINLEYVILLE – The monthly meeting of the McKinleyville Municipal Advisory Committee, originally scheduled for Wednesday, Jan. 25, has been canceled. The county advisory committee had planned on discussing a proposed ordinance to ban smoking in particular areas, such as parks and at entrances to buildings. The committee typically meets on the last

More meetings for McKinleyville social services hub

Jack Durham Mad River Union McKINLEYVILLE – If the Board of Supervisors approves a lease agreement for a social services hub that may be built in downtown McKinleyville, the public will have at least five different meetings it can attend to learn more about the center’s programs and provide input. Supervisors voted Nov. 8 to

McKinleyville committee to discuss services hub, cigarette smoke

Mad River Union McKINLEYVILLE – Mack Town’s advisory committee will get an update on a proposed social services hub when it meets Wednesday, Nov. 30 starting at 6 p.m. at the Azalea Conference Center, located at the rear of McKinleyville MIddle School on Central Avenue and Railroad Drive. The McKinleyville Municipal Advisory Committee will hear

Proposal to triple homes in McK subdivision shot down

Jack Durham Mad River Union McKINLEYVILLE – A proposal to more than triple the number of homes that could be built in the yet-to-be developed Beau Pre Heights subdivision was roundly shot down tonight by McKinleyville’s influential advisory committee. After hearing nothing but negative comments from the public about the proposal from Danco, the McKinleyville 

A couple of interesting meetings this week

Mad River Union McKINLEYVILLE COMMITTEE The McKinleyville Municipal Advisory Committee will discuss a proposal by a developer to increase densities in the Beau Pre Heights subdivision at its meeting Wednesday, Aug. 31. The committee meets at 6 p.m. at Azalea Hall, 1620 Pickett Rd. in McKinleyville.  Those who plan to attend should note that the

Jenkins picked for influential McK committee

Daniel Mintz Mad River Union MCKINLEYVILLE – Business ownership was a deciding factor in the Humboldt County Board of Supervisors’ appointment to the McKinleyville Municipal Advisory Committee. At their Aug. 23 meeting, supervisors voted to appoint business owner Kevin Jenkins to the committee, which advises the Board of Supervisors and Planning Commission on land use

McKinleyville airport eyed for giant solar farm

Jack Durham Mad River Union McKINLEYVILLE – A giant solar array that could produce enough electricity to power roughly 1,000 households may be installed at the California Redwood Coast Humboldt County Airport in McKinleyville. The Redwood Coast Energy Authority is working with the county’s Aviation Division to study the feasibility of building the utility-grade solar