Reincarnating the Pulp Mill 

The Harbor District wants to the buy the blighted industrial site and turn it green

Sometime in mid-February the Humboldt Bay Harbor, Recreation and Conservation District is slated to consider whether to buy the long-dormant Samoa pulp mill and try to coax it back to life. And this time, it could be a green life. If the…

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