MCSD workshop

From the 1.12.11 issue. To read all the articles, SUBSCRIBE today.

Experts will be on-hand Wednesday, Jan. 19 from 2 p.m. to 4 p.m. and from 5 p.m. to 6:30 p.m. at the McKinleyville Community Services District (MCSD) in order to answer any questions from residents regarding the revised Engineer’s Report on behalf of the Measure B Maintenance Assessment District, which will be going before the Board for adoption later that same evening.
The Measure B Maintenance Assessment District is a continuation of the District’s current Measure B, which built Azalea Hall and the McKinleyville Activity Center at Pierson Park as well as Hiller Sports Complex, and has provided for their maintenance over the past 17-years
The detailed engineer’s report shows exactly how the updated Measure B funds can and cannot be spent.
The open public workshops will be held at the MCSD Conference Room, 1656 Sutter Road in McKinleyville.
For more information, contact the District Office at 839-3251.

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  1. Anon

    In the MCSD newsletter it stated that if they don’t get the new assessment, the library will close and the trails won’t be maintained. I don’t believe the library will close at all as it never came from Measure B funsd. They have two trails – School Road that is paved and they only have to keep the grass cut down and the trail around the sewer ponds that I believe is gravel. The engineer’s report shows $57,000 per year to maintain and pay salaries on these two trails. The trails the developers built and gave to MCSD with the homeowners paying every month for their maintenance certainly don’t add up to anything even close with one amounting to around $800 a year so how did the other two get up to $57,000? The proposed Teen Center is a very expensive item with payments just under $100,000 a year for 20 years. MCSD receives money from the County in taxes of over $500,000 a year. What is this being used for? and why can’t this maintain the things we already have? Maybe someone at a workshop can answer these questions.

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