Cynthia Click and others will be hosting KMUD’s favorite party game, Name that Tune from 6-8 tonight. Astute contestants can walk away with KMUD paraphernalia like t-shirts, hoodies, and shopping bags.Read more
Paul Encimer told the room that a recall of the 2nd District Supervisor will require about 3000 signatures of registered Humboldt County voters. Petitions to do that have not yet been written or printed.Read more
“In a truly just world, not only would the diversions be stopped, but people on the Russian River side would be paying reparations to the people on the Eel River side on all the profits they’ve been making.”
Brown responded, “The County of Mendocino depends very much on the diversion. It’s one that started occurring, the conception of it, back in 1905. Back then it was Eel River Irrigation and Power.Read more
A deeper look into what a loan from the Redwood Regional Economic Development Commission might look like.Read more
At its August 21st meeting, the Mateel Board of Directors said it may be eligible for a RREDC loan to cover all its debts, yet may also present the November Membership Meeting with a plan of selling the hall to pay off the Mateel’s debts,Read more
Cannabis Registration Certificates allow storage of winter diversions of up to a maximum of 6.6 acre feet of water a year. This comes to about 2 million gallons of water.
The volume is determined by the maximum diversion rate of 10 gallons per minute, every minute of the day, multiplied by the number of days in the diversion season which is 151.
Planning Director John Ford acknowledged that about 75% of the permit applications have come out of Southern Humboldt and about the same percentage of Notices to Abate have been served to owners of parcels in Southern Humboldt.Read more
After some discussion, County Counsel, Jeff Blanck decided, “Compliance Agreements are site specific and case by case, but generically, if you got this notice…if it says ‘if you abate in ten days, you won’t be fined,’ great, the things you abate, you won’t be fined on, the things you don’t [finish], you will be [fined on.]”Read more
In his hour of remarks Friday, Griego addressed a number of issues including the amount of the fines, the apparent arbitrary manner in which code enforcement is responding to his clients, and the concept that the County can allege a violation without significant evidence.Read more
Supervisor Fennell Talks About the Large Number of Notices to Abate Currently Going Out to Some Residents
“Your first order of business is to get rid of the plants and to bring the hoop house down … if that is done within 10 days, then there is no fine.”Read more