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There’s an article in the Jan. 4, 2012 edition of the McKinleyville Press that demonstrates the need for members of the Northern Humboldt Union High School District Board of Trustees to undergo training in the basics of the Brown Act, the state law governing open meetings for local boards and commissions.
Pick up the coming issue to read about the board’s secret meeting, during which it discussed an important issue.
Also, things don’t look good for plans to build a skate park at Pierson Park. See this week’s front page.
There’s also an article about the history of Crannell. We have some old photos, but ran out of room for this one:
This was taken during the 2008 reunion of former Crannell residents.
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