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McKinleyville, Arcata statehood considered

McKinleyville, Arcata statehood considered

STATE OF McKINLEYVILLE Due to greater public interest than initially anticipated, the venue for next week’s State of McKinleyville forum has been changed to Azalea Hall, 1620 Pickett Rd. in McKinleyville. The event, sponsored by the McKinleyville Chamber of Commerce, will be held on Wednesday, Jan. 17, at 8:30 a.m. Panelists include Fifth District Supervisor Ryan

Debate rages over oyster bed expansion

Daniel Mintz Mad River Union HUMBOLDT – Concerns about a Humboldt Bay mariculture expansion project will be voiced in a letter from the Board of Supervisors, but the letter states that the issues are being raised by a county commission, not the board itself. A letter on the expansion of Coast Seafoods’ oyster farming area

District hopes former mill site brings prosperity

Jack Durham Mad River Union SAMOA PENINSULA – The harbor district hopes to bring the bay’s working waterfront into a new era with the grand opening of its newly refurbished Redwood Marine Terminal II, located at the site of the old pulp mill out on the Samoa Peninsula. The sprawling industrial facility, located on 72

Wilson opening computer-equipped office near Plaza

Mike Wilson for Supervisor Campaign Press Release Wilson to Open Arcata Campaign Office for 3rd District Supervisor Race ARCATA — Mike Wilson’s campaign for Third District Humboldt County supervisor gains more momentum with the opening of his Arcata campaign headquarters on Thursday, Feb. 4. The event will take place at 839 Ninth St., a half-block west

Lovelace won’t seek re-election; Wilson aspires to 3rd District seat

HUMBOLDT THIRD DISTRICT – Third District Supervisor Mark Lovelace won’t seek a third term, opening up the supervisorial seat covering Arcata, Manila, Blue Lake, Freshwater and Kneeland. Humboldt Bay Harbor Recreation and Conservation District Commissioner Mike Wilson immediately announced for the seat. Below, press releases from Lovelace and Wilson. Supervisor Mark Lovelace Announces He Will Not