Tuesday, October 16, 2018

Nice LTE from Jack Crider. Many thanks.


Jack and Shawn Crider

True leadership is rare these days as it takes time, dedication and the ability to listen, learn and follow your heart to do the right thing. Richard Marks is that kind of leader and Humboldt Bay and Humboldt County is very lucky to have him.
I’ve been port director for three ports over a span of 25 years, two in Oregon and Humboldt Bay Harbor District. I worked directly under more than 20 elected port commissioners.
Commissioner Marks is a great mentor who provided me with guidance and was always available. Richard attended every meeting and event. He was dedicated to the weekly administrative duties, such as reviewing information and contracts. His availability was critical to the success of the operation and greatly appreciated by all of Humboldt Bay’s staff.
Commissioner Richard Marks’ advice on local politics was critical to me and his ability to remain calm under pressure, listen and address his constituents was always impressive. Richard’s demonstrated his leadership skills many times during difficult meetings and had the ability to gain consensus and provide guidance to staff.
Cleanup of the Samoa Pulp Mill and the zoning changes that allowed for all the new businesses and jobs on the peninsula would not have happened without Richard’s leadership.
For the future of Humboldt Bay, Humboldt County and the harbor district, please vote for Richard Marks, he is one of the best port commissioners I’ve ever worked for.
Jack Crider, Former Executive Director of the Humboldt Bay Harbor, Recreation and Conservation District

Saturday, October 06, 2018

Richard's Fish Fry by the sea!


If you have never had the chance to see the Samoa Women's Club and witness a sunset, come by and check out this event. 


Saturday, September 29, 2018

Marks for Harbor Commissioner announcement. Please come by Wednesday at noon!

P R E S S  R E L E A S E
For Immediate Release, September 27, 2018
Richard Marks Announces Re-Election Campaign for Harbor District Commissioner
Contact: Richard Marks, (707) 496-9043, voterichardmarks@gmail.com
Eureka, Calif.—Richard Marks, current Commissioner on the Humboldt Bay Harbor, Recreation, and Conservation District, Division 4, will announce his re-election campaign at a campaign rally on Wednesday, October 3 at noon (12 p.m.) at the Madaket Plaza on Eureka’s waterfront. The campaign announcement will feature speeches by Richard as well as 3rdDistrict Supervisor Mike Wilson, 2nd Division Harbor Commissioner Greg Dale and Eureka Major Frank Jager.
“I am running for re-election to continue to bring real economic balance and environmental stewardship to the District,” said Marks. “I am proud of the vision and accomplishments of my hardworking fellow commissioners—from cleaning up three million gallons of toxic liquors at the Samoa Pulp Mill to increasing ship tonnage volume by over 100,000 tons this last year—and I look forward to continuing the momentum, moving Humboldt Bay ahead both economically and environmentally.”
All are welcome to attend and find out ways to get involved with the campaign over the closing
stretch. Learn more about Richard by visiting https://www.voterichardmarks.org/.

I have the endorsements of the Humboldt County Democratic Central Committee, Humboldt Progressive Democrats, North Coast People Alliance, Humboldt County Green Party and local leaders in the Democratic, Green and Republican parties. 



Wednesday, September 19, 2018

Oh Man, I am going all political on you!

I hope to return to the sports and burger assessments soon, but I am being taken to task for this decision to have caustic liquors taken from the old pulp mill site and sending the chemicals to be re purposed in Longview, Washington. Over 700 truck loads and no spills or emergencies! This helped take an eminent danger to the bay and created a "clean" piece of property.


Please check out "Richard Marks for Harbor District 2018". Now go have a great day!

Tuesday, September 11, 2018

Honeydewds and Arcata Tire/Murphy's win "A" and "B" MRSA Divisions.

Honeydewds softball club slipped by Ironside 6-3 to win the 2018 Mad River Softball Association "A" Division.

Arcata Tire/Murphy's were seeded 9th but ran the table and beat Redwood Coast Fuel 7-2 for the Championship of the "B" Division. 

It was a great, competitive year for the upper divisions this year. All went smooth and let's hope for the same next year!


Monday, August 13, 2018

Senior softball gets press!


KIEM came out and did a story on Senior Softball. It was fun.




Saturday, August 11, 2018

Arcata Softball still alive! EXGOINGTOGIVEITTOYA wins tourney.

EXGOINGTOGIVEITTOYA! Beat the Free Agent "Dom Squad" 10-2 to win the Samoa Athletic Club Invitational.

The "Dom Squad" was able overcome a 4 hit with HR performance by Toye Johnson of CJ's to squeak by 13-11 to advance to the Championship game. Jake went 5-6 to lead the "Dom Squad."

In the Home Run Contest, Les Charter and Jesse Homen tied with 4 out 5 hits HR's. Jesse Homen went 3 out of 5 to win the contest of over 20 contestants and win over $100. Toye Johnson hit the top of the Arcata Community center over 400 Ft away for the Longest HR in the contest.

Should we have another tourney before September?