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Following several recent assaults on police officers the Eureka City Council passed a resolution Tuesday encouraging the District Attorney to prosecute such assaults to the fullest extent of the law.
Eureka City Councilman Larry Glass introduced the resolution, which passed unanimously. Councilman Frank Jager said he supported the resolution and added that assaults on officers should not be subject to plea bargains.
District Attorney Paul Gallegos did not attend the meeting.
Glass said the resolution was meant to support progress by EPD, which is following a policy of minimal force during arrests. The positive changes have come under the leadership of chief Garr Nielsen who took over the department in the wake of several officer involved shootings in 2006.
With the now regular reminders that a major catastrophe could be upon us at any second, it’s apparent that local friends and neighbors are more likely to answer a call for help than the federal powers that be.
The American Red Cross tipped its hat to a group of quick thinking individuals who stepped up when duty — and circumstance — called.
Among the honored was Eureka City Councilman Larry Glass, for his heroic efforts that saved a woman from the frigid waters of Humboldt Bay in December 2008.
Full story in the Humboldt Beacon.
Eureka Police and Fire departments may be forced to trim their already tight budgets after the city council refused to draw a line in the sand at its last meeting.
Eureka City Councilman Larry Glass doesn’t think his cash-strapped city can afford to continue pouring hundreds of thousands of dollars into the Sequoia Park Zoo but he wants to leave the decision to the city’s voters.
Depositions are underway in the harassment suit against the city of Eureka, but the city’s attorney, Adrienne Moran, is reportedly struggling with a pesky reporter who is sitting in on the testimony.
Democratic gubernatorial candidate Jerry Brown has chosen one-time Rob Arkley spokesperson Steven Glazer to be his campaign manager.
Fans and foes of Eureka big shot Rob Arkley are either laughing or crying at the feature story in this week’s Journal — a 9-page comic strip hitting some high notes of the state of Arkley in Eureka politics…
So if it’s not a conflict if Eureka City Councilman Larry Glass has a years-long personal vendetta against a developer whose project he’s reviewing…
Call it “Phase 2″ of Operation Get Bonnie Neely. It wasn’t on the agenda, but Eureka City Councilman Jeff Leonard urged the Council to sign a last-minute letter to Neely seeking support for the city’s recent approval of a Coastal Development Permit for the controversial Marina Center project.
When Eureka City Councilman Larry Glass voted against a coastal development permit for the Home Depot-based Marina Center project, he said in a few short words what the California Coastal Commission staff detailed in an 82-page report. The interim cleanup plan is “bogus,” said Glass. “Moving soil around before you’ve characterized it is not how you clean the site up.”
Eureka skate park users can practice their moves without feeling the over-reaching hand of the man following an urgency ordinance adopted at Tuesday’s City Council meeting.
Even if Eureka City Councilman Larry Glass is biased against the proposed Marina Center development, according to experts, it doesn’t matter. At a meeting called to take public input on the environmental impact report for the proposed Marina
After working 14 days straight, Eureka City Councilman Larry Glass was just looking for a little rest and relaxation. ”I took the day off (Sunday) and just wanted to go for a long, peaceful kayaking trip in the rain,” he said.