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Letters to the editor for the week of Dec. 6

Redwoods Rural Health Center wants to thank everyone who took the time to fill out our Community Needs Assessment Survey. This information helps RRHC secure essential funding for health care services and will be used to guide future strategic a...

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    Full version of SHCA letter to Humboldt County Board of Supervisors

    To The Board of Supervisors, We, the members of Southern Humboldt Community Alliance, do NOT support Measure S. By placing the Humboldt County Commercial Marijuana Cultivation Measure (Measure S) on the November 8th ballot, the Board of Supervisors are asking the voters to enable the county to do something extraordinary ... to levy a property tax in the form of an excise tax on a specific agricultural crop ... cannabis. No other crop in California is singled out in this manner...

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    Letters to the Editor October 25

    Dear Editor, Measure E is a Fortuna Police & Essential Services Measure designed to provide funds to maintain essential services including increasing and restoring police positions, repairing aging/deteriorating streets and potholes, maintaining 75 acres of parks and medians plus city-owned buildings including The River Lodge Conference Center, Monday Club, Fireman’s Pavilion, City Hall and more, and enhance programs and other recreational opportunities for youth and...

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    Letters for the week of October 18

    Dear Editor, This letter goes out to our wonderful Community. We like to take this time to thank everyone, not only for the support throughout the years, but indeed we are thankful to be an active part of our community as well. Neighbors helping and supporting neighbors. There is no question about the fact that these friendships enrich us all. To begin; it doesn’t start with the Redwood Summer Games but it is a large part of the support so many helping hands bring to...

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    VOICES: Reader worries for resources being lost to northern neighbors

    Community Help In Living Locally (CHILL) meets this Wednesday, Oct. 12, at noon in Garberville. In the face of a “Shock & Awe” campaign over the last weeks aimed at dislodging local homeless, CHILL is rediscovering itself as an ad hoc grouping of Human Rights advocates. Gentrification is never pretty, ironically enough, and this recent coalition of counter-cultural money, old settler money and real estate money is no exception. Although the CHILL agenda is open to...

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    Dear Editor, Applications are now being accepted for the 17th Annual Boutique hosted by the Garberville Lions. To request an application please email Crystal at: arbuthnot32@gmail.com or leave a message at 707-923-9235. There is a deadline for applying which has been extended to Oct. 31. Any applications received after that date will be on a first come first serve basis. You can also leave a message on our Facebook event page. 17th Annual Holiday Boutique and/or our facebook page:...

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    This week in letters, October 4, 2016

    Dear Editor, I feel a growing sense of anger and disgust at the way this community treats the poor. I find the hostility towards the poor breathtakingly ugly. While I don’t expect everyone to make helping the poor their number one concern, I do expect decent people to have compassion and tolerance. Targeting people who help the poor reveals the depths of depravity that exist in this community. Currently, the landlords are threatening to evict Paul Encimer from his bookstore.

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    Community Park responds to readers concerns

    Dear Editor, Redwood Times; Something to think about concerning the Southern Humboldt Community Park Boards development plans for their Park. For as much as the Park Board claims everything they do is for the community and public benefit, lets talk about that. First, the Park Board has a lease agreement with Randall Sand & Gravel, allowing Randall in-stream gravel extraction, surface mining and processing on the Park Boards property and river bar from Randall’s...

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    Letters to the editor, week of Sept. 20

    Dear Editor, Lost Coast Interpretive Association would like to thank the people who came out to watch the Wild and Scenic Film Festival, not only for their support but also for their enthusiasm for the films. It was great to see the big smiles on all the faces as people came out of the theater! Thank you to the following businesses and individuals for sponsoring the festival and supporting our environmental education programs: Hohstadts’s, Eel River Café, Pacific...

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    Letters for week of Sept. 13 - Sally Cambel’s memorial, Salmonid thanks, an invitation to walk and a ‘square’ issue

    Dear Editor, A memorial gathering & potluck will take place for Sally Cambel on Saturday, Sept. 17 at Tooby Park from 2-5 pm. Bring a special dish & your memories. Nancy Peregrine Dear Editor, Salmonid Restoration Federation (SRF) would like to thank everyone who contributed to the ​19th Annual Coho Confab, which was held August 26-28. SRF’s Annual Coho Confab explores watershed restoration through the sharing of restoration...

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