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Mary Aigner's Departure

Mary Aigner, Program Director for KZYX&Z, recently announced that she has decided it is time, after 22 years, to hand over the reins. She has some interesting opportunities that she wishes to explore, though she will continue to be involved with the radio station, including hosting her "Dead Air" program. As she told the volunteer programmers and her friends:

"It's been a great pleasure and an honor to work here, and I can't think of a more interesting or gratifying place to work. I'm constantly amazed by your talent, passion, and commitment to the cause of creating the best community radio we can, in service of the people of Mendocino County." 

We wish Mary great success in her future endeavors. We will miss her.

For the full press release, please follow this link: Aigner Press Release.

Community Advisory Board Meeting

The Community Advisory Board (CAB) has scheduled its annual public meeting for Friday, December 4, 2015 at 6PM. It will be held at Anderson Valley High School in Boonville in the Career Center Room.The public is invited to attend this meeting and there will be time for public comment. You can find out more about the CAB here: link.

AM News Thursday 8.15.13

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After 4 months of not operating through Tunnel #1 and most of the busy 

summer season gone, the Skunk Train is set to resume regular service from Fort Bragg through Tunnel #1 this Saturday, August 17th

Thursday, April 11th track inspectors performing their twice weekly

 inspection noticed a small bulge on two timbers inside Tunnel #1 (which is

 located about 3.5 miles East of downtown Fort Bragg). Tunnel #1 is one of 

two tunnels along the scenic Skunk Train route that was dug by hand and 

completed in 1893 by Chinese laborers.  To date they've removed  300 tons of material.

There will be an official re-grand opening event in September.























New employees will begin driving Lake County transit buses Friday 

restoring about 60% of the routes. Currently, just four routes, manned by 

managers and strikebreaking employees, are being minimally operated.

The strike began after the workers — who earn roughly $11.50 an hour — 

voted to reject a 2.2 percent pay raise.. They are asking for a 2.4 percent increase, approximately $.28 an hour and restoration of a seniority-based step increase that was suspended in 2010 .






























Nine members of the California Assembly and Senate, including Sen Noreen Evans, are calling on the California Department of Interior and EPA to 

investigate reports of fracking beneath the seabed floor off the Coast.

The legislators are asking for possible new regulations of fracking in the


On August 3, the Associated Press reported that oil companies have used

hydraulic fracturing at least a dozen times to “force open cracks beneath the seabed” in the Santa Barbara Channel. 

Oil and gas companies spend more than $100 million a year to buy access

 to lawmakers in Washington and Sacramento, according to Stop Fooling 

California an online public education and awareness campaign. The 

Western States Petroleum Association (WSPA) alone has spent more than 

$16 million lobbying in Sacramento since 2009.


















Caltrans announced there will be additional day work on Route 101 and 

extended work hours at a road closure for the Willits Bypass . 

Additional work on Route 101 just south of the Haehl Overhead Bridge will 

begin Wednesday, August 14 thru Sept. 6th from 6:30AM to 6PM, weekdays.  Intermittent full road closures will 

occur and motorists should anticipate 10-minute delays. 

East Hill Road will be closed to through traffic through October 15

 between Sanhedrin Circle and Cemetery Lane Monday through Friday, 

7AM to 7PM and Saturday, 8AM to 5PM.  Motorists are advised to seek an alternate route. 

Any questions regarding Willits Bypass construction may be directed to Caltrans at 707-456-1900.





















This Saturday, August 17th the Fort Bragg Police Department, along with 

Neighborhood Watch and the Coalition for Gang Awareness and Prevention (CGAP) will be hosting a “Celebrate Safe Communities” event at Bainbridge Park from 12:00  until 4:00 p.m. 

Several outstanding non-profit friends, local community groups and public safety agencies will offer

free games, activities or crafts for the children. Smokey the Bear will be at 

the event with CalFire. 

A free hamburger and hotdog lunch will be provided by the Fort Bragg PD staff and their families. There will also be raffle prizes, a police 

K-9 demonstration, a drug/bomb robot demonstration and a bounce house for 

the kids.

Please come and join all of us for a fun filled event and learn more about 

your community and how you can become an active member.




















Next year's Mendocino budget will be presented to the public by the

Board of Supervisors in Laytonville, at 6 pm, tonight,Thursday, August 15th at Harwood Hall.


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KZYX Is Seeking a New Executive Director/General Manager

KZYX&Z Community Public Radio in Philo, CA, is seeking a creative professional with non-profit experience to become Executive Director & General Manager of Mendocino County Public Broadcasting.

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Go to the Apple App Store on your iPhone or iPad and search for KZYX.  The app is free of charge.  It's a great way to get the live stream, the KZYX Jukebox, this website and to make a donation.  Follow this link for a preview and easy access to the download.  Or if you want to type it out here is the URL: https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/kzyx/id998145015?mt=8

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