NCJ Preview: Potter Plans, Measure S, Masks and Analog Art


PG&E changes course to continue operating the Potter Valley hydroelectric dams, which divert water from the Russian River, instead of shutting down as previously stated — we're looking at what this means for the salmon, the stakeholders, water rights and the "two-basin solution." We've also got an update on Measure S as the Board of Supervisors votes to suspend late payment and heavily reduce cannabis cultivation tax for next year, all of which will impact the county's budget. And we're looking at what to expect when the masking order in our county expires despite our test positivity soaring above statewide numbers. Finally, we've got a story about an art exhibit at the Morris Graves Museum of Art that looks at obelete objects and what they still mean to us. Hit subscribe for weekly updates on Humboldt stories.

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