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200 acres of Indian Island could be transferred back to Wiyot tribe early in 2019

Philip Santos November 24, 2018

The Eureka City Council may vote on approving the city planning commission’s recent recommendation to declare approximately 202 acres of land on Indian Island — or what many call Tuluwat — surplus property in early December, according to Autumn Luna, one of the interim city attorneys.

Luna said state government code requires the city to give notice to public agencies which might be interested in purchasing the parcel for open space preservation purposes. From the time notice is given, the agencies have 60 days to express interest, she said.

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