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Here you will find audio (and other) files from the public meetings of the Humboldt County Code Enforcement Task Force. We will attempt to post recordings from all the meetings in the near future.

You may find more information about the Task Force on the website of the Civil Liberties Monitoring Project, civiliberties.org

The Final Report of the Task Force's Recommendations and Findings is available on this website: http://co.humboldt.ca.us/board/CEU_TaskForceReport.pdf
The report will also be available in all Humboldt County Libraries. 

 

Monday, December 15, 2008

Revised CETF Recommendations, December 2, 2008

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As discussed on the Monday Morning radio show with Dennis Huber and Woods of December 15, here are the revised recommendations from the Humboldt County Code Enforcement Task Force, from December 2, 2008.

Link to the pdf file


This meeting was over two and a half hours, the audio is split into roughly half-hour chunks.

Part 1

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Part 2

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Part 3

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Part 4

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Part 5

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Finally, if you'd like to download the complete file (2.5 hours, 35 MB), click here: HCCETF20080608.mp3 . Right-click on the link to download (control-click on the Mac).

 


Below is a recording of the June 27, 2008 meeting of the Humboldt County Code Enforcement Task Force.

The audio is presented in nine parts of about 30 minutes each. You can listen to them or download them.


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For more information, contact the Civil Liberties Monitoring Project at (707) 923-4646, their website is civilliberties.org  

 

 

 

Below is a recording of the June 13, 2008 meeting of the Humboldt County Code Enforcement Task Force. The meeting lasted for nearly three and a half hours.

Part 1


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Part 2


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Part 3


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Part 4


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A recording of the first meeting of the Humboldt County Code Enforcement Task Force on May 23, 2008. The meeting was facilitated by 5th District Supervisor, Jill Geist, with presentations by Wendy Chaitin Interim County Counsel and Richard Hendry Deputy County Council/Deputy District Attorney.

More information is available on the website of the Civil Liberties Monitoring Project, civilliberties.org

The meeting lasted over one hour and forty minutes, it is presented here in three parts.

 

Part 1


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Part 2


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Part 3


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