Now that I have your attention, Bruce said this out of frustration of not having a representative from Samoa Acquisition present at the meeting to discuss a temporary contract with the water district. He wanted to make it clear to the press and public that the Water Board was going up and above being fair in allowing for a temporary reduced rate of $21,230 per month, which is the price the district has to shell out to deliver 3 million gallons.
Board members were also not happy with an e-mail from Bob Simpson sent to Carol Rische that was made public, outlining Bob's plan to only pay $15,000 per month. They felt it was too demanding.
Where were the Pulp Mill workers? I was the only one there. Guess no one really cares anymore? Might be time to dust off those resumes people.
What are those Humboldt Bay Firefighters doing in Cooper Gulch? - (Photos: HBF) "Humboldt Bay Fire personnel helping with invasive plant removal and restoration of native plants in the Cooper Gulch Watershed today.
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