Three council seats open, four candidates announced
By Kevin Hoover / The Arcata Eye
Vice Mayor Shane Brinton said the council has made “a lot of progress working together to meet the goals I ran on and which the people in the community share.” But, he said, “there are still a lot of things in progress” which he’d like to consummate. “You get attached to projects and want to see them through.”
These include community choice aggregation, a public restroom, an excessive energy use tax, smoking ordinance updates, allowing residential beekeeping, the Arcata Ridge Trail and a plastic bag ban.
He’s happy to see the reconstruction of Samoa Boulevard and H Street, and the creation of the Plaza Point affordable senior housing complex.
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