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Fort Bragg City Council Approves Agreement for Old Coast Hotel

Late last night, the Fort Bragg City Council approved The Forgivable Loan Agreement to the Mendocino Coast Hospitality Center. They are set to receive $1.16 million in CDBG grant funds to acquire and rehabilitate the Old Coast Hotel as a mental health and homeless services facility. It’s reported that thousands of business owners, and residents … Continue reading Fort Bragg City Council Approves Agreement for Old Coast Hotel

Quake Rattles Upper Lake

The USGS reported a 3.4 temblor at 4:53 pm yesterday with an epicenter 11 miles northeast of Upper Lake (22 miles NNW of Clearlake). It was 8.5 miles deep and generated 17 responses of “feeling it.” Shake reports were filed online with the US Geological Survey by residents of Clearlake, Kelseyville, Lakeport, Lucerne, Nice and … Continue reading Quake Rattles Upper Lake

Cal Fire to Require Burn Permits Starting Friday

Lake and Mendocino County residents who want to burn outdoors in any state responsibility area will be required to get a permit starting this Friday. Cal Fire defines state responsibility areas as the unincorporated, rural, grass, brush and timber covered lands of the county. All open burning permit requirements include continual monitoring of the fire … Continue reading Cal Fire to Require Burn Permits Starting Friday

Environmental impact report for Albion River Bridge

The Mendocino Beacon is reporting, The public has until May 4 to comment on a draft environmental impact report for replacing or fixing up the Albion River Bridge. Caltrans has been working toward replacing both the Salmon Creek and Albion River bridges for more than five years, with at least five more years to go. … Continue reading Environmental impact report for Albion River Bridge

Lake Mendocino levels

The Mendocino County board of Supervisors last week, agreed to send a letter to the State Water Resources Control Board asking to temporarily lower Russian River flows that could further save Lake Mendocino’s water supply. The Ukiah Daily Journal reports, The board unanimously approved sending a letter of support in the hope of changing the … Continue reading Lake Mendocino levels

California firefighters headed to Nepal

An elite team of 57 California firefighters were deployed to the earthquake-ravaged nation of Nepal to assist in rescue and recovery efforts on Sunday. A massive 7.9-magnitude earthquake struck the South Asian nation on Saturday, killing four thousand people and causing widespread destruction. The tremor trigged an avalanche on Mount Everest. Southern California-based filmmaker Tom … Continue reading California firefighters headed to Nepal

Arrests Made in Covelo for Violations

Last week, some people in Covelo were arrested for violations following probation and arrest warrant contacts. On Wednesday, Deputies from the Mendocino County Sheriff’s Office, working in conjunction with the California Highway Patrol, Mendocino County Probation Department, the Fort Bragg Police Department and Willits Police Department contacted Anthony Wilburn at his residence who was found … Continue reading Arrests Made in Covelo for Violations

Apple Moths Found in Fort Bragg Leads to Quarantine

The discovery of three light brown apple moths last week near Fort Bragg has prompted a quarantine in Mendocino County to limit further spread of the non-native pest. At least 17 other counties, including Sonoma and Napa, have quarantines in place. The quarantine is expected to affect nurseries and people who grow vegetables for farmers … Continue reading Apple Moths Found in Fort Bragg Leads to Quarantine

Nice Issues Notices Over High TTHMs in Drinking Water

The Nice Mutual Water Company has issued a public notification regarding high levels of a chemical compound found in the district’s drinking water during routine testing. The testing revealed that total trihalomethanes, came in above the state drinking water standard. TTHMs are a byproduct of chlorinating the drinking water, and are a suspected carcinogen. Samples … Continue reading Nice Issues Notices Over High TTHMs in Drinking Water

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