The Civil Liberties Monitoring Project (CLMP) was founded 1983 in Miranda, Humboldt County, California. We have preserved here an archive of the website.
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May 22 Town Hall Meetiing
General Plan Clarification Town Hall Meeting
in Garberville: focus on Southern Humboldt
Do you know how the General Plan Update will effect you and your neighbors? Do you feel you are adequately informed? Do you have a clear understanding of the differences between Option A, B, C & D ?
For an opportunity to learn more, and be better informed, you are invited to attend a Town Hall Meeting focused on fact finding and clarification of the Humboldt County General Plan Update and Land Use Element options for the Southern Humboldt area. The meeting is happening on:
Friday May 22, 2009 from 4:30 to-7:30pm
at the Veterans Memorial Hall,
at the corner of Locust and Conger in Garberville
Organized and facilitated by the Civil Liberties Monitoring Project and co-sponsored by the Garberville Veterans Association.
Senior Planner Martha Spencer and Tom Hofweber with the Planning Division of the Humboldt County Community Development Services, and 2nd District Supervisor Clif Clendenden, will be attending the meeting to provide information and answer questions regarding the General Plan Update Land Use Element proposals that are currently being reviewed by the Planning Commission. There will be maps and information specific to Southern Humboldt.
Citizen participation in the General Plan Process is crucial. Being informed is vital to meaningful participation. If you feel like you are not adequately informed, or want clarification on aspects of the General Plan Update and Land Use Element specific to Southern Humboldt, then set aside time to attend this meeting on Friday, May 22, 2009 from 4:30-7:30 at the Veterans Memorial Hall.
If you have access to a computer with internet access, take a look at Humboldt County General Plan Update web site at www.planupdate.org
For more information about this meeting, or if you want to help, contact the Civil Liberties Monitoring Project at 707-923-4646, or email firstname.lastname@example.org