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Coastal Commission to discuss Trinidad hotel, Highway 101 and cannabis in Eureka next month

Sonia Waraich July 19, 2019 Meeting to be held at Wharfinger in August allowing more local input

The California Coastal Commission, which regulates all development along the state’s coast, holds meetings across the state.

In August, those meetings will be held at the Wharfinger Building in Eureka, giving locals the opportunity to weigh in on contentious topics, including the Trinidad Rancheria tribe’s proposed hotel, proposed modifications to U.S. Highway 101 by Caltrans in the Eureka area, and proposed changes to cannabis regulations in the coastal zones of Eureka and Humboldt County.

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