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Monday, Humboldt Deputies assisted by the DA's 

Environmental Task Force, CalFire, Fish and Wildlife and Humboldt Environmental Health served a search warrant in the Burr Valley area of Bridgeville. Officers located three greenhouses containing 463 growing marijuana plants, along with 62 pounds of processed marijuana bud. The estimated value is conservatively $525,000.00. No one was home.

The officers also witnessed environmental damage 

consisting of illegal water diversion where the stream is a tributary to Dairy Creek which feeds into Burr 

Creek. Burr Creek is salmon and steelhead habitat;

 California Fish and Wildlife is concerned the illegal 

water diversion will cause sediment to flow 

downstream and affect the salmon and steelhead 

spawning area.

A California Environmental Scientist located a spring where a damaged Native American archaeological 

site was detected which was excavated and graded 

by heavy equipment An archaeologist confirmed the 

items located were pre-historical Native American.

No arrests have been made at this time, however 

suspects have been identified and arrest warrants will be sought for cultivation of marijuana, stream 

diversion and polluting a waterway.

The sheriff's office is asking anyone with information

to call the office at 445-7251 or the crime tip line at 268-2539.








Democratic Congressmen Mike Thompson and 

Jared Huffman who earn salaries of $174,000, will 

continue to draw their paychecks, during the 

shutdown, despite a growing list of members of 

Congress who said they will voluntarily forgo their 

salaries while government workers are furloughed.

A Washington Post tally found 108 lawmakers — 56 

Republicans and 52 Democrats — had announced 

that they would donate or refuse compensation 

during the impasse.

Huffman spokesman Paul Arden referred to a 

statement released Wednesday in which Huffman 

blamed the Tea Party for bringing the government to a halt. Huffman said. “No one should lose pay 

because of this reckless political stunt, except 

perhaps the Tea Party extremists who orchestrated it.”

 Congressional staffers are deemed essential 

employees and are staying at their posts during the 


Spokesman Austin Vevurka said “Rep. Thompson is doing the job his constituents elected him to do — 

fighting for the district by working to keep the 

government open and making sure folks can get 

affordable health insurance."








The third Supervisor's race is heating up. In addition 

to Willits Mayor Holly Madrigal running, two others 

have announced their candidacy. Tom Woodhouse, real estate broker and 40- year Mendocino County 

resident, and ARNO GASSEN, a long-time county janitorial employee, who declared his 

candidacy on his facebook page yesterday. 

Woodhouse has served as a member of the Willits 

High School Site Council, volunteered with Friends of the Willits Library and Relay for Life as well as sitting on the WUSD Bond Oversight Committee and 

running a Sheriff work-release program in Willits. 

Gassen says “I planned to retire in March but my 

fellow brothers and sisters taught me that they need 

somebody to believe in their cause. They [the County] have the money to reinstate our 10% and are still

lying about the budget. The public believes that the

county is broke. We need to show them otherwise.”

Woodhouse is committed to protecting and

managing the county reserve. With a healthy reserve and well-managed budget, the county could more effectively 

upgrade and maintain county roads as well as better support the hard-working law enforcement, first responders, and 

residents that travel them, according to his press 








The City of Fort Bragg is hosting a City Dialogue 

meeting today at Fort Bragg Town Hall from 8 AM – 10 AM. The purpose of the meeting is to continue 

a dialogue with downtown businesspeople, property owners, and interested community members about 

the Main Street Merge 

Lane Relocation Project. Everyone is welcome.




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