Category Archives: Environment
On Tuesday, May 29 the Fort Bragg City Council delayed discussion of shifting to district elections for Councilmembers until June 25. However the city moved forward to put a new 3/8 cent sales tax on the November ballot. The Council … Continue reading
Mendo Supes hear concerns about proposed closure of juvenile hall and alleged secret Potter Valley Project meetings
On Monday, May 22, the Mendocino Supervisors heard concerns about wildfire preparedness, a proposed closure of the county’s juvenile hall, and about alleged secret meetings over the Potter Valley Hydroelectric Project. Dan Young reports.
Fort Bragg has reached a long awaited agreement with CDFW regarding the impacts on salmon and other aquatic organisms caused by one of the city’s 3 water supply diversions. However the agreement ignited some controversy when it showed up on … Continue reading
On March 26 the Fort Bragg City Council heard concerns about a proposal for an ATV and dirt bike park outside town on Highway 20. The Council also returned to discussions about the Georgia Pacific corporation’s application to demolish the … Continue reading
At their February 26 meeting, the Fort Bragg City Council voted to take on $5 million in order to rebuild the city’s wastewater treatment plant. The Council also heard about an upcoming appeal hearing for a cannabis manufacturing facility, and … Continue reading
At their Monday, February 12 meeting the Fort Bragg City Council discussed both city-wide cannabis retail permitting policies, and environmental sustainability goals for the redevelopment of the former Georgia Pacific mill site. Dan Young reports.
On Monday, February 12 the Fort Bragg City council honored outgoing city manager Linda Ruffing, who used the opportunity to call for a new era of civility in local politics. At the same meeting, the Council also passed a resolution … Continue reading