“Cal/OSHA regulates the safety requirements for the Mendocino County workplace and has not lifted the current requirement for masking and social distancing regardless of vaccination status or the state reopening.”
“The BOS voted 4-1 to move the new Cannabis Ordinance referred to as CCAO (Commercial Cannabis Activity Land Use Development Ordinance) I wanted to provide my thoughts in a summary before the rumor mill started (all though I see its already started).”
3rd District Supervisor John Haschak on the Board of Supervisor’s Adoption of New Cannabis Ordinance
“enforce the rules that we have already, and have a robust law enforcement response to the proliferation of illegal grows in our County. People are rightly concerned about water, environment, and community and their voices were loud and clear.”
“The work never really stops, just changes location.”
3rd District Supervisor John Haschak Hosting Virtual Town Hall Today Discussing Fire and Water Issues
Supervisor Haschak told us the topics on the agenda include fire and water issues, but welcomes all questions and concerns from the public.
“The State is moving quickly to respond to the #drought emergency. Join us this Thursday, May 20 @ 6:30pm to discuss the drought emergency, the major steps we’re taking to respond and we’ll cover the resources that will be invested in the coming weeks and months.”
“Effective Monday, April 19th, the City of Ukiah is pleased to announce the reopening of the majority of our public facilities.”
“Assemblymember Jim Wood represents Humboldt, Eureka, Mendocino, Del Norte, Trinity, and Sonoma counties (Assembly District 2) and chairs the Assembly Health Committee. Kaiser Health News reported in February that Wood “cast doubt on the feasibility of single-payer late last year, saying the state should instead build on the Affordable Care Act. Supporters fear his potential opposition could block the bill.”
3rd District Supervisor John Haschak on Mendo’s Scarcity of Paramedics, Cannabis Cultivation, and More.
“The problem with lack of ambulance service was caused in part by lack of paramedics to staff ambulances. Mendocino County needs more paramedics!”
“Over the last 19 years, I have had the pleasure of working for Mendocino County in two health service departments. I am dedicated to providing services to our community and I’m excited to be part of the Public Health team in this new role. I believe my experience in administration, fiscal, and program management will bring a fresh perspective to the department.”