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Mad River Current Tuesday, July 25: Supes may back Coast Seafoods; setback for covered bridge

Mad River Current Tuesday, July 25: Supes may back Coast Seafoods; setback for covered bridge

Support for Coast Seafoods? The Board of Supervisors convenes this morning, starting at 9 a.m. at the County Courthouse, and will vote on whether to send a letter of support backing Coast Seafoods’ request for an extension of its permits to grow oysters in Humboldt Bay. Coast Seafood goes before the California Coastal Commission next

Tax measures up for vote in November election

Daniel Mintz Mad River Union HUMBOLDT – New taxes could emerge in the wake of the Nov. 8 election, as Humboldt County and its cities grasp for funding to keep up with and expand essential services. But increasing revenue is only part of the equation. The county is also seeking to improve efficiency through departmental

Road tax may go on ballot

Daniel Mintz Mad River Union HUMBOLDT – Representatives of Humboldt County and most of its cities have agreed that a half-cent sales tax measure should be considered for the November election to generate revenue for road repair and maintenance. They also agreed that a proposed measure’s language should include trails and transit infrastructure maintenance as

McKinleyville leaders oppose state tax on water bills

Jack Durham Mad River Union McKINLEYVILLE – The McKinleyville town board has strongly objected to a proposed state-wide tax on water bills. At its meeting Wednesday, Sept. 2, the McKinleyville Community Services District (MCSD)Board of Directors voted unanimously to send a letter opposing the tax to state Senator Mike McGuire and Assemblymember Jim Wood –

Measure I, The Grow House Electricity Tax: City Council Resolution, Municipal Code Section, City Attorney Analysis and Ballot Argument In Favor – August 3, 2012

Shall the City of Arcata impose an electricity users tax rate of 45% on residential customers whose electricity usage exceeds 600% over the established Baseline Allowance with a sole exemption for households receiving an extended Medical Baseline from the electricity service supplier, and automatically terminating in twelve years (City of Arcata Resolution No. 112-52)?