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Beautiful written, thank you for showing all the sides with such depth and human insight.
Providing shelter for 79 people is a great benefit to those 79 & to the larger community. People with shelter are more likely to gain employment & to become able to take care of themselves and then can go on to give back to the community. -abe farag
I presented a 3-page analyses to the city council describing in minute detail why the Marina Way location presents health and safety hazards to the homeless, and why it goes against the original intent expressed in the General Plan, ordinance No. 5-201, the Industrial/Coastal Dependent zoning designation,and so on. Also noted are significant hazards presented by Dock B, flooding, lack of safe "back door" (exit) from the end of a pocket street, noise pollution from the next door logging operation, not to mention the loss of many parking spaces for visitors. Also, cars, pedestrians and wheelchairs wouldn't be allowed to go the whole stretch of Marina Way. Some think that Marina Way offers more privacy than other sites, but that is an illusion promoted by those who don't know the street very well. In addition to it being the coldest and dampest place in Winter around here, the Coastal Commission advised the Eureka City Council on Monday to scrap this location. Good!
Another protector lost. Rest easy brother.
Marina way would be good on the very short term, but not long term. Long term, the city of Eureka needs to Work on cleaning up and developing the waterfront. There's so much real estate right on the water that's home to derelict buildings, junk heaps, and empty lots of tattered unkempt grass. The whole stretch needs to be cleaned up and re-zoned. It would cost millions up front but that land could bring in many millions more, were it a pristine tourist destination. And to get back on subject, it would allow for the creation of hundreds of jobs.
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I paid a kid a dollar for a 2" whip scorpion(venagrio).squirts vinager out sides.his antennas,3",swept back and forth.only thing I found to feed him was newborn rats.he sucked them dry.i collected rattlers.big horned toads,marked like desert toad,on back.they kill people of fright.i fed phrinasoma 20big biting ants daily,after feeding ants phytoplankton grown on plankton deposit 3days.ants won't bite in oxygen and chorella,it laid 36 infertile eggs,virgen birth,like komodo dragon in captivity.12more than usually.smell makes baby lynx turn bellyup and purr,and let me rub stomach.i really fear those cats.horny toads are federally protected dont cage them.my local poli fear of me.criminals protect me.im medical advisor,teach children about geobiogy.we live over lost inland sea,over 2 meter phytoplankton ,mined(tunneled)by 7pyramid building city states. Richard fisher taught me something in. Grandcanyonof Cambodia.for 3centuries,before monuments,tight grid residential neighborhoods with pond on each block.we all poop so much we poison ourselves with our runoff. Oink oink.corruption fears my type.
I hope the Marina Way location isn't chosen. Regular visitors and tourists are being told to sacrifice a recreational public right of way to a minority. Furthermore, the street is covered under public safety ordinance No5-201 and is zoned Industrial/Coastal Dependent. It's not suitable for human habitation and isn't near any services at all. Bad choice all the way around.
Love you aunt Heidi, you rock!! I always love your spirit, loving attitude, and just great personality. Wish me and Kai were closer to you guys, it was so fun to visit.This article told me some things I didn't know about you or my dad's childhood. It was kind of fun to find out. This was an awesome article and you are amazing at everything you do, love you and I don't know anything about the Eureka City council but I'm sure you will succeed through this new journey. Love you :)
As Heidi's older brother, I can vouch for her memories here, her dedication to loving God and loving others. She is an amazing woman, and I would vote for her in a heartbeat. Too bad she's not the woman running for president. lol.
The City Of Eureka is getting pretty good at taking people and moving them from bad situations to even worse situations, while forcing those people into even more dependency upon government. Beats the heck out of bringing living-wage jobs to the area and HEALING healthcare that doesn't just turn people into pain-filled addicts who are conditioned to see drugs as the only "answer"...
Heidi is one of the best people I know. I have known her for two decades and she is as real and authentic now, as she wa the first time I met her. More than this, Heidi has a passion and heart for people, especially those who experience barriers to access and have difficulty overcoming those on their own. Heidi will make an excellent city council woman. Eureka is lucky to have her!
Venezuela forced businesses to stay open and operate at a loss. How did that work out for them? And the argument that a company is making money elsewhere in the state and should accept whatever profit margin this region deems appropriate is ludicrous. They should be allowed to close and move on. A company is not responsible for your loved ones--YOU are!
She is incredible! I was so impressed by Heidi as she quickly responded to the Humboldt Builders Exchange's request to meet with her regarding our safety concerns! She is a great listener and cares about making positive changes in our community!
Remarkable story & background.
She will make a great addition to the Eureka City Council.
"Humboldt County 4th District Supervisor Virginia Bass refers to challenges Chinn's outreach faced from local business owners and the city of Eureka as a 'dark time in our recent history.'"
Local business owners are still fighting the tools that get affordable housing and SRO's built, ie, policies, ordinances and fees that make temporary group shelters obsolete.
Celebrating a temporary shelter while fighting humane policies and turning independent motel housing into boarded-up firetraps is reprehensible.
I find it incredibly hypocritical that the government that offers monitory rewards for whistle blowing against private parties, will jail or fire those that whistle blow against them.
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vol XXVII issue 39
The Last Days of the Budget Motel
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