Category Archives: Environment
Aired: June 13, 2017 on KMUD Radio News Podcast: https://soundcloud.com/kmudnews/ft-bragg-council-talks-bees-climate-change-tourism-and-dam-breaks On June 12 the Fort Bragg City Council discussed National Pollinator Week, the Paris Climate Agreements, city-funded tourism promotion, and the relocation of a water main. Dan Young reports.
Aired: May 18, 2017 on KMUD Radio News Podcast: https://soundcloud.com/kmudnews/mendo-supes-talk-county-worker On May 16 the Mendocino Supervisors heard concerns about a range of issues including county worker pay, Native American casino expansion, renter protections, and offshore oil drilling. Dan Young reports.
Aired: May 17, 2017 on KMUD Radio News Podcast: https://soundcloud.com/kmudnews/mendo-draft-budget-to-include-24500-for-fire-safe-council Mendocino County will be including in the draft of next fiscal year’s budget $24,500 in funding for the activities of the county’s Fire Safe Council nonprofit, which promotes wildfire prevention and preparation. … Continue reading
Aired: April 26, 2017 on KMUD Radio News Podcast: https://soundcloud.com/kmudnews/fb-council-talks-water-bills-segways-supportive-housing-and-streets-and-alleys On April 24 the Fort Bragg City Council made it easier for low income familes to get help wither water bills, and lifted a ban on Segway vehicle use in city … Continue reading
Aired: April 11, 2017 on KMUD Radio News Podcast: https://soundcloud.com/kmudnews/ft-bragg-allows-segways-on-coastal-trail Motorized recreation opportunities are expanding in and around the city of Fort Bragg. Fort Bragg’s Coastal Trail is now open for use by Segway vehicles, and an ATV park is under … Continue reading
Aired: December 23, 2016 on KMUD Radio News Podcast: https://soundcloud.com/kmudnews/storms-mismanagement-behind-damage-to-ft-bragg-dam-and-water-main The Mendocino coast city of Fort Bragg has declared a state of emergency after heavy storm flows in Pudding Creek backed up and flowed over the top of a dam … Continue reading
Aired: February 12, 2016 on KMUD Radio News Podcast: https://soundcloud.com/kmudnews/ft-bragg-gp-mill-cleanup-moves-forward-but-some-toxins-will-be-left-in-ground The city of Fort Bragg has given final permission for a toxics remediation plan on the Georgia Pacific mill site. But some area residents are concerned that local and state … Continue reading