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The Arcata City Council will look at introducing an ordinance Wednesday that would give the city more options to collect delinquent taxes from hotels. Arcata collects a 10 percent transient occupancy tax on all hotel guests staying within the
The Eureka City Council will look over the costs estimated to finish repairing damages from the Jan. 9 earthquake at its Tuesday meeting. City staff recommends the council appropriate more than $116,000 to cover the initial inspection,
Following the resignation of Trinidad Police Chief Ken Thrailkill earlier this week, the city is looking into establishing formal interim services with the Humboldt County Sheriff’s Office until the city council can find a replacement.
‘All about community’ [Daily Triplicate]
City swears in its 1st Hmong police officer
The Crescent City Police Department celebrated a historic moment
this week as it welcomed its first-ever Hmong officer into its ranks.
Yeng Lo, 30, was sworn in as a reserve officer at Monday night’s
City Council meeting in front of a crowd of about 50 people from Del
Norte County’s Hmong community.
The Eureka City Council will hold a budget workshop meeting Tuesday to discuss various department finances. The council will receive presentations regarding the departments of engineering, public works and community development.
At the last Fortuna City Council meeting on Monday, April 5, a proclamation was presented to honor National Public Safety Telecommunications Week in recognition of the valuable work done by police department dispatchers.
The Arcata City Council moved the H Street sidewalk widening project forward along with the pedestrian and bicycle plan update Wednesday night. The council approved the revised designs to widen the sidewalks along H Street between Ninth and
The controversial Marina Center development is being stalled by the project applicants who are stonewalling the California Coastal Commission. Such was the report from city staff to the Eureka City Council Tuesday night.
City Planner Sidnie Olson assured the council that Marina Center is “not dead” and “will be back.”
City Manager Dave Tyson said the city is still negotiating with the State Lands Commission to resolve jurisdictional concerns over the project location site.
Meanwhile, new bumper stickers are floating around E-Town calling for a real clean-up of the site rather than a cover-up. To get yours send a self-addressed stamped envelope to CREG, P.O. Box 738, Eureka, CA 95502.
City to save $2M on state loan for treatment plant [Daily Triplicate]
Sewer rate changes now subject to state approval
Crescent City will save an additional $2 million in debt repayment on a $43 million infrastructure loan with the State Water Resources Control Board to improve the municipal wastewater treatment plant due to an unexpected provision in an amendment to the finance agreement that was approved Monday by the City Council.
In October, the state allowed the city to extend the repayment term of its loan from 20 to 30 years, something that would increase the total amount of interest accrued on the principal but ease the burden on ratepayers who had seen their bills rise to help pay for the new sewer plant.