Public Safety Services Measure Up For Public Renewal Vote
This is a press release from Yes on Measure O:
EUREKA – The Yes on Measure O campaign kicks off this weekend in Cutten, with a group of deputy sheriffs’ and volunteers going door to door talking to their neighbors about the critical importance of Measure O to maintaining public safety levels in Humboldt County.
Sheriff William Honsal will be leading the group to stress the importance of Measure O.
“One thing I love about our community is people know we are all in this together and so they support essential public safety services like having 24-hour deputy sheriff coverage and ambulance services for the whole county. I’m excited to get out and talk neighbor to neighbor to make sure everyone understands that Measure O means we can maintain our essential public safety services with strict public financial oversight and without raising taxes.”
Measure O has already received unanimous support from all five Humboldt County Supervisors, public safety professionals, business owners, and other community leaders.
The Yes on O campaign will include TV, radio, print, canvassing, signs, and supporters will be speaking throughout Humboldt County. Over the next six weeks volunteers will be out in the community helping spread information, gather support and answer questions that the community has.
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