At today's Humboldt Bay Harbor meeting a member of the Humboldt Bay Harbor Working Group announced that Trinity County was able to obtain a feasibility study grant for the East/West rail project from Cal Trans for $345,000. 1st District Harbor Commissioner Larry Doss asked for funds to be place-marked on this years Harbor District budget to help with either matching funds or other support costs. So $10,000 was earmarked unanimously by the Harbor District. Stay tuned.
The Snow Leopards from McKinleyville won the Mad River Softball Association Spring League Tournament, beating Carl Johnson's. The Lagers from McKinleyville took 3rd and Team Monster took 4th. My team, "The Greatest Show On Dirt" tied for 5th with the Jambalaya "Po" Boys of Arcata.
I didn't make an out until our 4th game. Was on base 10-12. I am stoked and ready for summer league.
I am sure my Father James, and my brothers James, Roy and Mike didn't think they were serving their country in World War II, Korea and Vietnam to have tweakers break into my property in Samoa "8" times in less than a year!
This time they cut the lock but Robin fount it discarded nearby. Nothing taken. Slim pickings after that many times broke into. Looks like 3 others were also broken into next to mine.
Former Harbor District Commissioner and 1st District Supervisor Jimmy Smith passed away May 23rd. Jimmy was one of those guys that you always felt good after talking to him. Not too many people like that. He will be greatly missed.