The TS story by John Driscoll says the Pulp mill won't start until at least August! This is not good news. I have heard that quite a few workers have already left the area, or have found local work and are not planning on coming back. And that is besides the workers in the re-training programs. Just doing a head count in Maintenance, I see less than 25% returning. I will guess that we will down nearly 40% in Operations. This will be a long, ugly start-up in August.
And I do not know of anytime in my life that all the local sawmills have taken this many lay-offs. This is affecting truck drivers and other vendors locally. We can't afford many more hits in Humboldt County.
EPD shows up at CVS on Myrtle to respond to call of man refusing to leave, allegedly opening and drinking bottles of booze then get reports of naked male at B and Huntoon - From Operation Safe Streets: Update : 11:3am Officers report subject still westbound. Comment: Stay clear this call has characteristics of bath salts or ...
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