Louis Iglesias 
Member since Jul 3, 2013

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Re: “Weott VFD Spaghetti Feed

Come Hungry, and the choice of Meat or Veggie Spaghetti Sauces on your pasta along with garlic bread and salad might be enough. If not, the fresh baked local desert bar should top it off.

Posted by Louis Iglesias on 04/30/2015 at 8:21 AM

Recent Comments

Re: “When the Shark Bites

Duane and Lost Coast Brewery will always be a part of Humboldt history and pride. Our county's future with "product recognition" will be tested with the passage of new marijuana regulations and the revenue generated by this new phase will be due to not only our reputable product quality but also our entrepreneur advertising. No doubt Duane Flatmo will again step up to the bar.

5 likes, 3 dislikes
Posted by Louis Iglesias on 12/24/2015 at 7:36 AM

Re: “Wing and a Prayer

This dance we do with the airlines remind me of a similar ho-down with NFL teams acquiring funds from municipalities for the honor of building their temple stadiums. The results are also the same, I can't afford a 49er ticket not to mention a flight to LA. It's almost cost affective for me to travel to SFO, rent a room and park the truck than it is to fly out of ACV. At least I can get a good night's rest before traveling and arriving on time to my destination. Call it part of the adventure. There's nothing more I can wish for than to take off from ACV on a flight that won't add thirty percent to my destination charges and arrive on time. But I don't think our market is up to the squeeze, for the tribute airlines will require.

6 likes, 0 dislikes
Posted by Louis Iglesias on 03/26/2015 at 8:49 AM

Re: “Danger at McCann

I always wondered why we couldn't repair/upgrade the railroad bridge below the McCann crossing. Although as old as that is, it might not be workable.

Posted by Louis Iglesias on 02/19/2015 at 8:11 AM

Re: “The Fairest of Them All

Great Job,Humboldt County Convention & Visitors Bureau and to all who helped with the project.

Posted by Louis Iglesias on 07/24/2014 at 7:37 AM

Re: “Stuck

I'm sorry to hear about the difficulties the City of Eureka and Apex are having with this project. I found Apex to be a considerate company who successfully completed our town's emergency waterline replacement. That project also ran into problems but of an opposite nature. There were three attempts to construct the "bore hole" under and across the South Fork of the Eel River. Each attempt met with destroying a drill bit trying to pierce through a bolder field later believed to be the original river bed level. Apex worked with us throughout this process and together we secured a vital link for our water supply. I hope that both the City of Eureka and Apex can resolve this problem. The result will far overshadow these challenges and add to the health of our neighbors and the environment.

3 likes, 0 dislikes
Posted by Louis Iglesias on 04/10/2014 at 7:58 AM

Re: “Humboldt Growers' Bad Reputation

Common rule, "It takes ten (10) ataboys to wipe out one Oh Shit!"

Posted by Louis Iglesias on 09/12/2013 at 7:27 AM

Re: “Dan Rather and Jared Huffman Tour Pot Grows in a Helicopter

This was the second time Mr. Rather came to Humboldt looking for a pot story. Sometime in the early eighties, he "embedded" himself with the local drug taskforce and joined on a raid to a pottery makers' place in Whitethorn. He became angry when dissapointedly they found no grow on the property. The owners were gracious hosts to their guests despite their rude entrance onto the pottery facility. Mr. Rather left the area disappointed vowing never to return. Or so the story told.

Posted by Louis Iglesias on 09/05/2013 at 7:52 AM

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