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The Mendocino  Board of Supervisors will hear today the annual report on 

homelessness .

The report is based on a homeless census and survey conducted Jan. 24

People living in shelters are counted the evening before volunteers gather 

in the early morning hours to count those living in cars, under bridges and in other places. For the unsheltered count, workers prepare weeks in advance, mapping zones and seeking out homeless encampments.

Teams of three meet at 5 a.m. on the day of the unsheltered count, and 

count only people and vehicles.

The number of people counted as unsheltered, 1169, was about 11 percent lower this year than in 2011, 1314. The number in emergency shelter was 

virtually the same, however the number in transition housing today, 71, was almost 75% greater than in 2011 when there were 42. 








According to an email to KZYX News, the second Search and Rescue effort to find Erik Lamberg - after KZYX listeners developed new leads - failed to 

find the 51 year old man.

36 people and 3 dogs spent an entire day Wednesday searching near the

Clare Mill Depot . Despite the strong signal of 4 dogs lthe previous week, 

they did not find the missing man nor any additional leads as to where he 

might be. "As Lt. Barney put it, we are back to square one.The Sheriff will 

investigate any and all leads immediately, but they are waiting for new leads at this point.

Mrs Lamberg writes "It was the KZYX interview on public radio in Mendocino that generated the best and almost only big lead to date." 












After a Friday morning hearing, Mendocino County judge Cindee Mayfield 

granted the city of Lakeport a preliminary injunction in its suit against the 

county and the sheriff over access to law enforcement records, saying the

suit had a reasonable likelihood of success on its merits.

Mayfield found that the parties' history of implementing the dispatch 

agreement showed substantial evidence of an intent to allow access to the 

records information management system, or RIMS.

She also granted the continuation of a temporary restraining order she 

granted in the case on July 1, which prevents Rivero from once again abruptly cutting off Lakeport Police's access to the records.

In addition, Mayfield found that the potential harm to the city and its police 

department far outweighed potential harm to the sheriff's office and the 















Several up coming meetings on the coast will be deciding some very important issues.

At the joint Mendocino Board of Supervisors and the Fort Bragg City Council, Tuesday, August 13th – 10:00 AM at Fort Bragg Town Hall.

On the consent agenda are: adoption of a resolution calling for a halt to 

fracking along the California coastline and a letter to the California Coastal Commission regarding a proposed guard rail and Highway 1 widening project at the Navarro River. At approximately 10:15, the Board will 

consider the appeal by the Westport Advisory Council of a Coastal 

Administrator decision in favor a plan by California State Parks to remove the Haul Road in order to restore the Ten Mile Dunes, instead of 

allowing coastal access.

 At 3 pm, there will be a joint meeting of the Board and the Ft. Bragg City 

Council to discuss and possibly take action regarding where a  Central 

Coast Solid Waste Transfer Station will be located. Two sites are under 

consideration: the existing site on Road 409 and a new site along Highway 20.

The proceedings are broadcast on : www.mendocinoaccess.org.











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