Aired: June 7, 2017 on KMUD Radio News
Two Mendocino County non-profit organizations are asking the Board of Supervisors for over $1.8 million in public funds to pay for a three year project aimed at expanding support services for local business people and attracting entrepreneurs to the county. Dan Young reports.
Aired: June 6, 2017 on KMUD Radio News
On June 6 the Mendocino Supervisors heard concerns from cannabis cultivators about details of the county’s new permitting and regulation program. The Board also received a request to spend 20% of cannabis tax revenues on health, wellness, and cannabis use prevention programs for local youth. Dan Young reports.
Aired: May 25, 2017 on KMUD Radio News
On May 22 the Fort Bragg City Council approved updates to land use codes, changes to storm drainage fees, a contract for management of upcoming street and alley rehatiblitaiton, and a series of initiatives aimed at reducing litter. Dan Young reports.
Aired: May 24, 2017 on KMUD Radio News
Starting in July of 2017, the city of Fort Bragg plans to have city staff take over administration of the local Public, Educational, and Government TV station, or PEG-TV, which for the last two years has been run by the local for-profit video production company Mendocino TV. Dan Young reports.
Aired: May 18, 2017 on KMUD Radio News
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
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. Dan Young reports.
Aired: May 16, 2017 on KMUD Radio News
On May 15 the Mendocino Supervisors heard about regulations and fees being imposed on local cannabis cultivators by the North Coast Regional Water Quality Control Board. Dan Young reports.