EUREKA: Forster-Gill lawyer was right
Eureka city staff confirmed at Tuesday’s City Council meeting that extensive correspondence exists between project proponents of the Ridgewood Village development project in Cutten (aka Forster-Gill) and the city.
Project attorney John Belsher belabored the point at the September 23rd Planning Commission meeting following bitter complaints by City Manager Dave Tyson that it had been virtually shut out of the project. Now it appears that wasn’t exactly true.
But the city remains united against the project, and residents can expect to see the city take it’s vehement opposition to a future meeting of the Planning Commission. In fact, they will come out swinging and won’t “pussyfoot around,” according to Councilman Larry Glass.
City Manager Dave Tyson said recent accusations that the city misplaced $6 million in funds meant for waste-water treatment is accounted for and was not used inappropriately. He said the Martin Slough Interceptor project is still in the works and that the city has been working diligently on it.