This is an excellent article. What HumCPR is doing is no grand experiment, its been done before. Just look to the south in mendocino county, where subdivided 2-200 acre parcels are everywhere. The county road system is hopelessly underfunded and overburdened by hundreds of miles of rural roadways serving relatively few people. Its one of the most underfunded in the entire state and getting worse, even if they doubled the property taxes the roads would still be in trouble. The crime is rampant, the sheriff is constantly underfunded, there is no enforcement so people dont even bother getting building permits. The county is broke, and the cities are going that direction too. Half the parcels dont even have water, so it is normal to have it trucked in, even when there is no drought! If you think things are bad in Humboldt today, just wait another 10 years when the bill for for rural "development" comes due.
You have to charge enough to cover the damage from the indoor grows.
when humans default on loans it is hard to get more credit...no story.
Boy this indemnification agreement is a joke. Particularly as the city is being indemnified by a special purpose entity that is by design judgment proof if any significant adverse litigation develops.
Where is the guarantee from the primary SN entities that hold significant assets? Where is the insurance provision backing up this indemnification agreement. Where is the prohibition preventing this special purpose Alaskan from transferring the real property and rendering itself a shell?
The scope is also shockingly narrow.
Eureka's ass is really hanging out on this one.
where is the RIP SKY SUNLIGHT SAXON post?
Way to expose peoples privacy, a$sholes.
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In Print This Week:
Mar 23, 2017
vol XXVIII issue 12
Young & Hungry
North Coast Journal
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