Imagine Humboldt 2050 is a visioning project.

The Humboldt County Association of Governments received a grant from Caltrans to do public outreach around the county, they’ve engaged students in the public school system and are holding workshops countywide to hear the community’s vision of 2050.

 The Monday Imagine Humboldt workshop in Garberville was facilitated by Kathy Moxon. Marcella Clem, Executive Director of the Humboldt Association of Governments, addressed specific questions about the Blueprint Advisory Committee for Imagine Humboldt.  Paul Pitino, a member of HCAOG's Citizen Advisory Committee and Colette Metz also helped HCOAG with the Imagine Humboldt meeting at the Garberville Vet's Hall. 

You can check out the online survey at www.imaginehumboldt.com

Here's a recording of the Mateel Community Center's membership meeting of November 16, 2010.

2 hours 52 minutes.
Recorded by community journalist Kelley Lincoln.

The Mateel Center hosted the 20th Annual Hempfest this weekend and yesterday the Hemp Forum panel included many perspectives on the present and future of marijuana.  
Discussions of the differences between indoor and outdoor marijuana, protection of the Emerald Triangle brand, and how Humboldt farmers can survive a future where marijuana is legal.

Community Journalist Kerry Reynolds filed these two stories for the KMUD local news the week of November 15.

Here is raw, unedited audio from the forum.

Below you will find a recording of the board meeting of the Mateel Community Center, held on October 19, 2010.

Part 1

Part 2

Recorded by KMUD Community Journalist, Kelley Lincoln

The Fort Bragg police department, in cooperation with the Fort Bragg Coalition for Gang Awareness & Prevention, has announced a formal survey to help assess the community’s perceptions and concerns related to gangs in Fort Bragg. A press release from the Fort Bragg police states that this research is vital for producing statistics that can be used in grant applications. Hard copies of the survey have been distributed through the mail with the city’s water bill. It’s also available online, and if you’re interested in participating, you can find the document by following the link below.

English: www.surveymonkey.com/s/RXWVZHN
Spanish: www.surveymonkey.com/s/RGZBM69

A recent news story on the California Report and on NPR's Morning Edition talked about KMUD and the CLMP (Civil Liberties Monitoring Project) reports broadcast on this radio station. Listeners to the story may get the impression that all local law enforcement would like KMUD to stop airing these citizens observations.

At an April 14, 2010 forum by the League of Women Voters, the two candidates for Sheriff of Humboldt County were asked about their stand on these reports. Here is an excerpt from that forum, with the question and answer. Neither candidate seemed to think the reports present much of a problem.

The Photovoice contest you heard about on the KMUD news can be found on its website http://www.humpal.org/photovoice

At 2:00 p.m. on Sunday, January 10, 2010, Humboldt County and the cities of Arcata and Eureka held a joint press conference regarding the earthquake experienced locally on Saturday, January 9.  The press conference was attended by Congressman Mike Thompson, Assembly Member Wesley Chesbro, and elected representatives of the County and the City of Eureka as well as staff of the County and cities.  Information presented at that time includes the following:

The Humboldt County Sheriff’s Office of Emergency Services is continuing to gather damage assessment information.  After a 24-hour operational period, the county’s preliminary assessments are as follows:

Bank Robbery of Bank of America, 334 F Street, at 1:19 pm December 7, 2009.   Any info contact Eureka Police Department.

Security camera image of alleged bank robber



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