Please contact me as I don't seem to have your number.
You can call me at 707 - 822 -- 5500
This must have really boiled Rose Welsh's blood.
Thank you. Of course it only adds insult to injury that in this case the landlord they are protecting is an out-of-state corporation.
That's right. Arkley hoodwinked the voters to elect candidate sorely lacking in vision and all based on a false promise.
Planned Development Zoning is the approach that offers real promise for an inspired use of this uniquely situated property. Now that SN is bailing out and Eureka's City Council has a new progressive majority, they could pick up where the former council erred by canceled the planned visioning process that was in the works.
My thoughts on two of the Boards recent actions:
Here in Humboldt County we are lucky to have two local groups including HumRights and the: Humboldt Civil Liberties Defense Fund who could use your donation at: http://hcldf.org/
(hcldf (dot) org)
Once R passes, the Board of Sups can quickly pass a county wide ordinance raising min wage to either minimize or eliminate ever argument about R's possible unfairness based on only being city wide. This is often how change begins, and now that so many from Virginia Bass to John Fullerton are now expressing support for much of the concept, this fix should be easy sailing
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