ARCHIVED COMMUNITY WEBSITE
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.
How to Support Us
The Bill of Rights
PO BOX 544
REDWAY, CA 95560
Upstairs @ Jacob Square
773 Redwood Dr.
Tuesday 10:30 – 2:30
Thursday 10:00 – 2:00
© CLMP, 2014
CLMP 2013 Annual Report
posted: November 7th, 2013
Click here to go to the CLMP 2013 Annual Report.
CLMP 2012 Annual Report
posted: November 29th, 2012.
Click here to go to the CLMP 2012 Annual Report.
posted: August 15th, 2012
Humboldt County public protest ordinance.
posted: August 1st, 2012
The transcript of the June 5, 2012 discussion of agenda item on proposal for a Building Amnesty Program for Humboldt County. CLICK HERE.
HUMBOLDT COUNTY DISTRICT #2 SUPERVISOR CANDIDATES NIGHT
posted: April 23, 2012
CIVIL LIBERTIES MONITORING PROJECT and GARBERVILLE VETERANS ASSOCIATION present a HUMBOLDT COUNTY DISTRICT #2 SUPERVISOR CANDIDATES NIGHT on Monday, May 7, 2012, at the Veterans Memorial Building in Garberville.
The Civil Liberties Monitoring Project (CLMP) has organized a Humboldt County District #2 Supervisor Candidates’ Night, for Monday, May 7, 2012, starting at 7 pm at the Veterans Memorial Building on the corner of Conger & Locust Streets in Garberville. This public event is co-sponsored by CLMP, the Garberville Veterans Association, and KMUD Redwood Community Radio.
Doors open at 6:30 pm, and the debate will start promptly at 7 pm, and will be aired live on KMUD Redwood Community Radio from 7 – 9 pm.
Second Supervisorial District incumbent Clif Clendenen and challenger Estelle Fennell will make short presentations to be followed by questions and responses, moderated by community facilitators, Robie Tenorio and Douglas Fir.
Audience members may ask their questions directly, or submit questions on cards that will be provided. Both candidates will have an opportunity to respond to each question and statement from the public and also an opportunity for rebuttals. The public will have the opportunity to comment and ask follow up questions themselves after the written questions are addressed.
Voter Registration Forms will be available for citizens who want to register to vote in the November election.
Everyone is encouraged to attend this town meeting. Please call our office, 923-4646 with any questions, or email email@example.com
Civil Liberties Monitoring Project monitors, documents, advocates for & educates about civil liberties issues in Humboldt, Mendocino and Trinity counties in California. Our goal is to encourage public awareness of constitutional rights and encourage involvement of the whole community in preserving and protecting them.
Michael de Leon – President
Bonnie Blackberry – VP
Jill McClure – Secretary
Jared Rossman – Treasurer
Public Board Meetings
5:00 pm, 1st Tuesdays
Upstairs, Jacob Square
1st Wed. of month
7pm – 8pm
KMUD Community Radio