Ulansey gets another bite at Eureka Planning Commission
Frank Jager will do what former Eureka Mayor Virginia Bass failed to accomplish — get Lee Ulansey of the Humboldt Coalition of Property Rights on the city Planning Commission. His nomination is on the agenda for Tuesday’s meeting.
Bass first nominated Ulansey to the Commission in 2009 but couldn’t get the the 4/5 vote required for an nominee who lives outside city limits. Ulansey lived at Freshwater at the time, but indicated that could change. Councilmembers Linda Atkins and Larry Glass dissented.
But now that the council is stacked by the Borg, Ulansey is a shoo-in. Glass is out and Atkins is the sole independent thinker outside the hive mind.
As noted during the 2009 debate, Ulansey believes that people should have an “absolute choice over where and how” they live, which should make work on the Planning Commission irrelevant. HumCPR supports what it calls the “rural lifestyle” and its supporters depict urban life in the cities of Eureka and Arcata as rats in a cage where hill folk will be crammed shoulder-to-shoulder with other meth-smoking freaks after Humboldt County Supervisor Mark Lovelace takes over the world and decrees it so.
Resistance is futile.