Mendocino TV News February 20th 2014

CR largeCollege of the Redwoods Board of trustees held a public hearing in Ft. Bragg

This was to give local residents a chance to give testimony as to why the College should continue to offer courses on the Mendocino Coast at the local Todd Point Campus.

Covered CA Vert-269x220pxThe deadline for purchasing mandated health care insurance is still March 31, 2014 of this year.

Local residents can still get help navigating the complicated website by setting-up an appointment with Mendocino Coast Clinics.  They have offered to expand their hours in order to help as many people as they possibly can.  To set-up an appointment, call 964-1251

 There was a scoping session for the proposed Environmental impact report concerning the Coastal Transfer station which is under consideration out on Highway 20.

A group of opponents calling for local elected officials to Dump the Dump was on hand to address the firm out of Eureka who has been selected by the Mendocino Solid Waste Authority to create the document.  The purpose of this scoping session was to allow the public to let the consultants know what they want to see addressed in the EIR.

FB Wrestling largeFort Bragg Wrestlers placed second at the North Coast Section Dual Meets.

The best they have ever done. Losing only to number one seeded McKinleyville. Look for upcoming coverage of the League Dual Meet.

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