Supervisor Clif Clendenen, center, looks at progress made on the new Chautauqua project with owner Rio Anderson, left, and builder Dennis Huber, right. “This is exactly the right project for this building,” says Clendenen. “It’s a fine example of mixed-use development.” The project re-purposes the Masonic Hall in Garberville into a natural food store downstairs and four apartments upstairs. The apartments will allow residents to live in downtown Garberville, adjacent to the Town Square and with walking distance to the rest of town. In the capable hands of builder Dennis Huber, original redwood is being carefully salvaged and reincorporated into the building. “I appreciated Rio’s vision and his tenacity to take the time, effort and expense to see the project through. It will be a great addition to Garberville,” says Clendenen.
Submitted by Elizabeth Conner
Committee to Re-Elect Clendenen 2012