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City Council members heard a presentation on tourism market research last week. The study was triggered by a major hike in funds available for promoting local tourism. Comment?
Divers and business-owners dependent on abalone season gathered for a meeting in Fort Bragg last Saturday to put together a response to an emergency management plan for the fishery that would significantly reduce the season length and catch limits . The emergency plan, voted on Wednesday, after press time this week, by the State Fish and Game Commission, is in response to what fishery monitors say are rapidly changing environmental changes over the past few years, including a die-back of kelp forests and an explosion in the red sear urchin population that have threatened abalone stocks along the North Coast. Comment?
With the happenings going on in North Dakota and other states right now surrounding the protest of the Dakota Access Pipeline, many on the Mendocino Coast have mobilized to help those who have set up camp and are standing in the way of construction on the pipeline, a group dubbed nationally as “water protectors.” Many locals are traveling to the protest sites. One long-time coastie, Lara Anderson, drove to Standing Rock by herself and was arrested on her first day there, Oct. 10, also Indigenous People's Day. Comment?
Last week, Mendocino County Assessor-County Clerk-Recorder Susan M. Ranochak announced that, as with every other election, there are ballots left to be processed as part of the official canvass. Mendocino County has 25,407 vote by mail ballots to process and 1,160 provisional ballots to review and process. Comment?
The directors of Mendocino County's mental health services held a meeting in Fort Bragg last week to give an update on the recent transition to a new contractor for adults and hear concerns about how services are being provided on the Mendocino Coast. Many of the questions had to do with access to services, which has deteriorated with a reduction in mental health providers throughout the county over the past several years, and the transfer of clients between private contractors in July. Comment?
After a deadline extension because nobody filed, a sudden flood of paperwork resulted in five candidates running to fill two vacant seats on the Fort Bragg City Council this November. Bruchler says he decided to run for City Council because he believes Fort Bragg is at a “crossroads.” He has spent his whole life in Northern California, and moved to Fort Bragg 15 years ago. Comment?
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