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Housing Ideas Presented At Mendocino College

Apr 6, 2018

April 6, 2018 — Small was big at a recent rebuilding expo at Mendocino College.  The event, called Coming Home, featured representatives of the county planning and building department, environmental health, and the fire recovery team. PG&E, the Army Corps, and FEMA were also on the scene. Mostly, though, the big gymnasium was packed with people eager to talk about their ideas for sustainable living.

We’ll hear from organizer Adam Goldberg, of Real Goods, as well as some people with ideas about how to bring small, affordable homes to our region.


Interview With David Roderick

Apr 6, 2018

April 6, 2018 —  In this piece, we’ll hear from David Roderick, who is running for Supervisor in the 5th District. We met in a white yurt in Hopland, where he owns and operates Architectural Metal Incorporated, a company that specializes in metal roof and wall panel systems designed to insulate buildings in an energy efficient manner.

O. Hope McKenney

Sheriff Allman said, “The scene is certainly in between being a crash scene and a crime scene, because I think we’re waiting for a lot of information to come in.”


The bodies of Jennifer and Sarah Hart were found on March 26, along with the bodies of three of their six children, inside the family's SUV, off a cliff near Westport. Their three other children, Devonte, Hannah, and Sierra, believed to have likely been in the car at the time, are still missing. 


California Highway Patrol / CHP

The California Highway Patrol released a photograph Tuesday showing Jennifer Hart checking out at Safeway grocery store in Fort Bragg on Sunday, March 25, 2018.  The CHP also stated they are working with the Mendocino County Sheriff’s Office and other agencies throughout Washington and Oregon in an active search for missing children, Hannah Hart, age 16, Devonte Hart, age 15, and Sierra Hart, age 12.  

Diane Curry

March 30, 2018 -- Diane Curry, the former interim Ag Commissioner, talks about her last day on the job, working to implement the cannabis ordinance through the county's Department of Agriculture. We'll hear about juggling the already-existing duties of the job, a missed opportunity, and what's next for her.