The Civil Liberties Monitoring Project (CLMP) was founded 1983 in Miranda, Humboldt County, California. We have preserved here an archive of the website.
CLMP covers only issues specific to our local area on California’s North Coast.
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Project Censored Releases Top Censored Stories for 2007-08 posted: Nov 17, 2008
Project Censored announces the release of the annual yearbook Censored 2009 from Seven Stories Press featuring the top twenty-five most important news stories not covered by the corporate main-stream media in the United States. Read the Press Release
Cal Fire Inspections posted: Oct 12, 2008
PRC 4291 is code cited for Cal Fire inspection mandate. Read the Code
COMING NOVEMBER 1ST!!
CLMP Annual Community Forum – Nov. 1st, 2008 posted: Oct 4, 2008
The Civil Liberties Monitoring Project Annual Community Forum, “Democracy: Under Siege from Within” will feature Professor Sheldon Wolin; forfeiture attorney Bill Panzer; Dan Taranto of the Code Enforcement Task Force; Kaitlin Sopoci-Belknap of the Measure T campaign; Dale Gieringer of California NORML and (RO-bee) Robie Tenorio from the GI Rights hotline. This free event will be held at 7 pm on Saturday, November 1 at the Mateel Community Center in Redway. Read the Press Release
Code Enforcement Unit Task Force Final Report and Board of Supervisors Meeting on October 14 posted: Oct 4, 2008
The Code Enforcement Unit Task Force Final Report is out and will be on the County Board of Supes agenda for 10/14. Read more
HUMBOLDT COUNTY DISTRICT #2 SUPERVISOR CANDIDATES NIGHT, Friday, October 10th, 2008 posted: Oct 4, 2008
The Civil Liberties Monitoring Project (CLMP) has organized a Humboldt County District #2 Supervisor Candidates’ Night, on Friday, October 10th, 2008, from 7 to 8:30 pm at the Veterans Memorial Building in Garberville. The public event is co-sponsored by CLMP and the Garberville Veterans Association. Attendees will be able to ask questions, and each candidate will have an opportunity to respond. Read more
New Code Enforcement Policy posted: May 22, 2008
These two documents have recently been added to the very end of chapter 8 of the Code Enforcement Unit manual.
Inspection & Warrant (added May 15th)
Use of Force
Code Enforcement Task Force Meeting posted: May 19, 2008
The first Humboldt County Code Enforcement Task Force meeting is scheduled for Friday, May 23 in Humboldt County courthouse conference room B at 10:00 am. Newly appointed Supervisor Johanna Rodoni will be taking the place of her late husband on this task force. The meeting is open to the public. For more on the meeting agenda click here. DA Gallegos recinds deputies’ status. posted: April 23, 2008
District Attorney Paul Gallegos has recinded the deputy DA status of the two county code enforcement officers. This removes the police authority from the officers for now, although they could be deputized by another county agency or dept. Read an article from the Eureka Reporter newspaper (by Nathan Rushton). CLMP sponsors election debate. posted: April 20, 2008
CLMP, along with the Garberville VFW, is sponsoring an election debate May 7th, at 7pm, with all three candidates for 2nd district supervisor participating. Moderated by the League of Women Voters. Read the press release.
BOARD OF SUPES DECLARE 45 DAY MORATORIUM, CREATE TASK FORCE. posted: April 8, 2008
Humboldt County Board Of Supervisors declared a 45 day moratorium on county code enforcement activities and called for the creation of a task force to look into code enforcement policy. This task force will include three members from Civil Liberties Monitoring Project, three from the community at large, and several from county board and agencies. More details coming…