Fort Bragg Timberwolves play Moreau Catholic High School Football

North Coast Section Division 4 football

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Mascot – Mariners      Colors – Green, Gold
Coach; Andrew Cotter
Overall – 5-5
League – 5-1
State (CA) Rank – 631

 

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Mascot – Timberwolves        Colors -Purple, White, Gray
Coach; Roy Perkins
Overall – 8-2
League -6-1
State (CA) Rank – 494

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Deputy Sheriff Ricky Del Fiorentino Memorial Highway

Tom Beth and JohnCrowds poured into Portuguese Hall, the afternoon of Nov. 12, to honor the memory of Del Fiorentino. The moving tribute included speeches by Assemblyman Wes Chesbro, who was instrumental in expediting the legislative process of dedicating the three mile stretch of Highway 1, north of Fort Bragg, as the “Deputy Sheriff Ricky Del Fiorentino Memorial Highway.”

“We understand that every day, as you do your job, that you are putting yourself at risk on our behalf,” said Chesbro, sending a larger Wes Chesboromessage to all law enforcement officers.

Sheriff Tom Allman graciously hosted the ceremony, often speaking directly to Beth Del Fiorentino who sat in the front row. Deputy Sheriff Craig Walker brought many to tears as he choked up while speaking at the podium. Julie Whipple also shared her memories of Del Fiorentino, making it clear how well loved and respected he was by his community.

“This is not a day of mourning. It’s a day to celebrate the memory of Ricky Del Fiorentino,” Allman said in an earlier interview while guests gathered at the Cal Fire headquarters at 801 Main Street, prior to a short ceremony unveiling the sign at highway mile marker 62. A procession walked from the unveiling to Portuguese Hall for the ceremony.

Sheriffs Deputy Ricky Del Fiorentino

Sheriffs Deputy Ricky Del Fiorentino

The ceremony closed with the Fort Bragg High School football team and cheerleaders gathering on stage while Beth Del Fiorentino did the honors of unveiling the sign that will be placed up further on the highway.

A beautiful honoring of a man large in stature, with a heart twice the size.

November 10th Ft Bragg City Council

Discontent stirs at City Council meeting

Community members in attendance at the Nov. 10 City Council meeting saw red when the revised Fire Sprinkler Ordinance came up for discussion. The issue seemed to draw sympathy for both sides, those wanting to prevent the possibility of fire razing a city block, and those with businesses who would have to pay upwards of $80,000 to install a sprinkler system.
Community members fear the ordinance will drive people out of business and renters to lose their homes. Coast Hardware owner, Whitey, said he got an estimate of between $80,000 and $90,000 to install the sprinkler system. He asked the council for help in paying for this, because his only alternative, should he have to shoulder the cost, would be to cut employee wages, and worse, lay-off some employees.
Fire Chief, Steve Orsi took responsibility for raising the issue, there was no “malice” involved, and that he was just trying to protect the city he grew up in. “I’m scared,” Orsi said, because many downtown buildings are redwood and have no sprinkler systems, though he was empathetic in regards to the cost. He appealed to community and council members to work together to find a funding solution, suggesting looking for grants or other government funding.
“It’s incumbent on us to come up with funding and then take action on it,” Mayor Dave Turner said. The council expressed sympathy for business owners, while also highlighting their concern for potential loss of life and property to fire. Council member, Heidi Kraut, reminded people that this is merely a “relaxing” of an ordinance that has already been in place for years. Ultimately, the revised ordinance was adopted.
Watch the video to see the other agenda items provoking community members input including procuring a new City Attorney and Assistant from Oakland, a new 2014 Housing Elements Plan and the movement and design of the welcome sign south of the Noyo Bridge.
Final results for the City Council race are not tallied and current members Dave Turner and Heidi Kraut are at the bottom of the pack and Meg Courtney is a lame duck. Currently Mike Cimolino, Lindy Peters and Mark Iacuaniello are leading the tight race and also attended the meeting.

2014 Election Results

Election Results

 

Election Summary Report
GUBERNATORIAL GENERAL ELECTION
COUNTY OF MENDOCINO
NOVEMBER 4, 2014
4th and Final Election Night Report – Results for this
Election will be certified at the completion of the canvass.
11/05/14
00:59:46

 

Registered Voters 47470 – Cards Cast 11402 24.02% Num. Report Precinct 249 – Num. Reporting 249 100.00%

 

GOVERNOR
Total
Number of Precincts 249
Precincts Reporting 249 100.0 %
NEEL KASHKARI 3328 30.02%
EDMUND G. “JERRY” BR 7759 69.98%

 

LT GOVERNOR
Total
Number of Precincts 249
Precincts Reporting 249 100.0 %
GAVIN NEWSOM 7450 67.62%
RON NEHRING 3567 32.38%

 

SEC OF STATE
Total
Number of Precincts 249
Precincts Reporting 249 100.0 %
PETE PETERSON 3952 36.58%
ALEX PADILLA 6852 63.42%

 

CONTROLLER
Total
Number of Precincts 249
Precincts Reporting 249 100.0 %
BETTY T. YEE 7037 65.50%
ASHLEY SWEARENGIN 3707 34.50%

 

TREASURER
Total
Number of Precincts 249
Precincts Reporting 249 100.0 %
GREG CONLON 3657 33.91%
JOHN CHIANG 7128 66.09%

 

ATTY GENERAL
Total
Number of Precincts 249
Precincts Reporting 249 100.0 %
RONALD GOLD 3676 33.83%
KAMALA D. HARRIS 7189 66.17%

 

INS COMMISS
Total
Number of Precincts 249
Precincts Reporting 249 100.0 %
TED GAINES 3631 34.04%
DAVE JONES 7036 65.96%

 

MEMBER, BOE
Total
Number of Precincts 249
Precincts Reporting 249 100.0 %
FIONA MA 6983 66.48%
JAMES E. THEIS 3521 33.52%

 

US REP
Total
Number of Precincts 249
Precincts Reporting 249 100.0 %
JARED HUFFMAN 7665 70.24%
DALE K. MENSING 3247 29.76%

 

SENATE
Total
Number of Precincts 249
Precincts Reporting 249 100.0 %
LAWRENCE R. WIESNER 3637 33.59%
MIKE McGUIRE 7192 66.41%

 

ASSEMBLY
Total
Number of Precincts 249
Precincts Reporting 249 100.0 %
JIM WOOD 6990 65.30%
MATT HEATH 3714 34.70%

 

SUP PUBLIC INST
Total
Number of Precincts 249
Precincts Reporting 249 100.0 %
MARSHALL TUCK 2953 31.72%
TOM TORLAKSON 6301 67.67%

 

CO SUP SCHOOLS
Total
Number of Precincts 249
Precincts Reporting 249 100.0 %
PAUL JOENS-POULTON 3057 32.41%
WARREN C. GALLETTI 6174 65.46%

 

GOODWIN LIU
Total
Number of Precincts 249
Precincts Reporting 249 100.0 %
YES 4579 62.41%
NO 2758 37.59%

 

MARIANO-FLORENTINO CUELLAR
Total
Number of Precincts 249
Precincts Reporting 249 100.0 %
YES 4806 65.50%
NO 2531 34.50%

 

KATHRYN MICKLE WERDEGAR
Total
Number of Precincts 249
Precincts Reporting 249 100.0 %
YES 4773 66.82%
NO 2370 33.18%

 

JIM HUMES
Total
Number of Precincts 249
Precincts Reporting 249 100.0 %
YES 4451 64.47%
NO 2453 35.53%

 

KATHLEEN M. BANKE
Total
Number of Precincts 249
Precincts Reporting 249 100.0 %
YES 4816 68.45%
NO 2220 31.55%

 

  1. ANTHONY KLINE
Total
Number of Precincts 249
Precincts Reporting 249 100.0 %
YES 4455 64.29%
NO 2474 35.71%

 

THERESE M. STEWART
Total
Number of Precincts 249
Precincts Reporting 249 100.0 %
YES 4645 66.22%
NO 2370 33.78%

 

STUART R. POLLAK
Total
Number of Precincts 249
Precincts Reporting 249 100.0 %
YES 4421 63.70%
NO 2519 36.30%

 

MARTIN J. JENKINS
Total
Number of Precincts 249
Precincts Reporting 249 100.0 %
YES 4540 66.70%
NO 2267 33.30%

 

IGNAZIO JOHN RUVOLO
Total
Number of Precincts 249
Precincts Reporting 249 100.0 %
YES 4204 61.80%
NO 2599 38.20%

 

MARK B. SIMONS
Total
Number of Precincts 249
Precincts Reporting 249 100.0 %
YES 4533 67.33%
NO 2200 32.67%

 

TERENCE L. BRUINIERS
Total
Number of Precincts 249
Precincts Reporting 249 100.0 %
YES 4279 63.82%
NO 2426 36.18%

 

SUP 3RD DIST
Total
Number of Precincts 37
Precincts Reporting 37 100.0 %
HOLLY MADRIGAL 1061 44.62%
TOM WOODHOUSE 1308 55.00%

 

FB COUNCIL (3)
Total
Number of Precincts 19
Precincts Reporting 19 100.0 %
LINDY PETERS 329 20.84%
MICHAEL A. CIMOLINO 338 21.41%
DAVE TURNER 286 18.11%
HEIDI KRAUT 274 17.35%
MARK IACUANIELLO 318 20.14%

 

P A COUNCIL (2)
Total
Number of Precincts 1
Precincts Reporting 1 100.0 %
DEBORAH HEATHERSTONE 27 44.26%
DOUG BURKEY 30 49.18%

 

UKIAH COUNCIL (3)
Total
Number of Precincts 35
Precincts Reporting 35 100.0 %
MARK HILLIKER 470 12.85%
CHRISTIAN LUIZ 141 3.85%
JOHN JOHNS 353 9.65%
JIM O. BROWN 747 20.42%
PHIL BALDWIN 493 13.47%
MIRANDA MOTT 244 6.67%
MAUREEN MULHEREN 582 15.91%
KEVIN DOBLE 626 17.11%

 

WILLITS COUNCIL (2)
Total
Number of Precincts 8
Precincts Reporting 8 100.0 %
LARRY W. STRANSKE 284 41.28%
RON ORENSTEIN 212 30.81%
ROBIN LELER 188 27.33%

 

MCHCD – (3)
Total
Number of Precincts 58
Precincts Reporting 58 100.0 %
WILLIAM ROHR 1637 23.92%
PETER GLUSKER 1364 19.93%
KITTY BRUNING 1526 22.30%
MICHAEL CARROLL 1101 16.09%
JOHN A. KERMEN 1165 17.02%

 

PROP 1
Total
Number of Precincts 249
Precincts Reporting 249 100.0 %
YES 5871 54.28%
NO 4946 45.72%

 

PROP 2
Total
Number of Precincts 249
Precincts Reporting 249 100.0 %
YES 6539 62.13%
NO 3985 37.87%

 

PROP 45
Total
Number of Precincts 249
Precincts Reporting 249 100.0 %
YES 5064 46.97%
NO 5718 53.03%

 

PROP 46
Total
Number of Precincts 249
Precincts Reporting 249 100.0 %
YES 3603 33.00%
NO 7314 67.00%

 

PROP 47
Total
Number of Precincts 249
Precincts Reporting 249 100.0 %
YES 7597 69.83%
NO 3283 30.17%

 

PROP 48
Total
Number of Precincts 249
Precincts Reporting 249 100.0 %
YES 4104 39.07%
NO 6401 60.93%

 

MEASURE H – SRJC
Total
Number of Precincts 11
Precincts Reporting 11 100.0 %
YES 497 66.80%
NO 247 33.20%

 

MEASURE Q – LAY USD
Total
Number of Precincts 7
Precincts Reporting 7 100.0 %
YES 271 71.32%
NO 109 28.68%

 

MEASURE X – SoHumb USD
Total
Number of Precincts 2
Precincts Reporting 2 100.0 %
YES 0 N/A
NO 0 N/A

 

MEASURE M – ALB LR
Total
Number of Precincts 5
Precincts Reporting 5 100.0 %
YES 358 81.55%
NO 81 18.45%

 

MEASURE O – FB
Total
Number of Precincts 19
Precincts Reporting 19 100.0 %
YES 424 73.36%
NO 154 26.64%

 

MEASURE P – UKIAH
Total
Number of Precincts 35
Precincts Reporting 35 100.0 %
YES 1054 74.54%
NO 360 25.46%

 

MEASURE R – PT ARENA
Total
Number of Precincts 1
Precincts Reporting 1 100.0 %
YES 29 69.05%
NO 13 30.95%

 

MEASURE S – ANTI FRACKING
Total
Number of Precincts 249
Precincts Reporting 249 100.0 %
YES 7302 67.18%
NO 3567 32.82%
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