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Thursday, October 31, 2013

As Nov. 5 election approaches, H.S. students interview candidates Featured

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The Nov. 5, 2013 Humboldt County election includes elections for the following positions:
-Bridgeville School District Governing Board Member
-Eureka City Schools Governing Board Member, Trustee Area 1
-Ferndale Unified School District Governing Board Member
-McKinleyville School District Governing Board Member    
-Northern Humboldt Union High School District Governing Board Member
-Redwoods Community College District, Trustee Area 2
-Manila Community Services District Governing Board Member
-McKinleyville Community Services District Governing Board Member
-Arcata Fire Protection District Governing Board Member, Division 1
-Arcata Fire Protection District Governing Board Member, Division 2

Click here for the for the Final List of Qualified Candidates to Appear on the Ballot -from the Humboldt County Election and Voter Registration Web site.

According to the County's Election Website, one measure will also appear on the ballot as shown below:

Fieldbrook Glendale Community Services District
Vote YES or NO
Measure K
SPECIAL TAX FOR FIRE PROTECTION AND EMERGENCY SERVICES

Shall a special tax be levied for fire protection, emergency medical services and an expansion of the fire house by the Fieldbrook Glendale Community Services District of $75.00 per assessor's parcel in Zone Two (2) in the District, such tax to continue for ten (10) years?  If passed the special tax will supersede and replace the existing assessment.

In preparation for the upcoming election, students from the Humboldt Regional Occupational Program produced interviews with candidates for the Eureka City Schools Board of Trustees. The interviews were recorded in Access Humboldt's Community Media Center.
Click here for a link to the interviews.

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