Filed under: Humboldt County | Tagged: Bonnie Neely, clueless, haven't gotten laid in five weeks, Hot to not, Larry Glass, Loretta Nickolaus, Morticia Sopoci-Belknap, shameless and combustible | 28 Comments »
Numerous sources tell the Humboldt Mirror that Loretta Nickolaus is stepping down from her post as County Administrative Officer, the highest non-elective position in the county. Notice was given recently, with her last day said to be Dec. 18.
The highly respected Nickolaus has long been considered the brightest light in local government. While admittedly some have set the bar rather low, no one but Bonnie Neely ever had a bad word to say about Loretta.
Which of course just made us like her that much more.
To: Humboldt County Community Development Disservices Director Kirk Girard
Subject: Headwaters Revolving Loan Fund request
Dear Director Girard,
Thank you for your recent request for an additional $1.5 million loan to the Arcata Economic Development Corporation from the Headwaters Revolving Loan Fund account. Unfortunately, we are unable to accommodate your request for the following reasons.
Oh and Kirk–funny thing. Somehow, the agenda for the July 14th meeting at which the audit was presented does not contain a link to the audit report. Funnier still, every other agenda item is properly linked to its relevant supporting documentation, and only that audit report seems to be missing. Weird, huh?
Humboldt County Administrative Officer
Filed under: Humboldt County | Tagged: AEDC, audits and oddities, Community Development Disservices Director, fucktard, Headwaters Fund, incompetence and arrogance, Kirk Girard, Loretta Nickolaus, redundant pooper, weird huh? | 11 Comments »
A broken toilet valve on the second floor of the Humboldt County Courthouse has created “an environmental opportunity” to convert the first floor of the building into potentially species-saving marshlands, according to 3rd District Supervisor Mark Lovelace.
“As far as I’m concerned, this is now critical habitat and subject to all the protections provided by law,” Lovelace said Thursday.
“At least a dozen different species of endangered mold can now thrive on and in the interior walls of the courthouse. And with only a small amount of work, coho salmon can swim free through the hallways and elevator shafts in pools shaded from the sun.”
The offices of the Humboldt County Board of Supervisors were particularly hard-hit by the flood, with ceiling tiles collapsing onto the desk of County Administrative Officer Loretta Nickolaus.
When asked what she thought of Lovelace’s habitat protection idea, Nickolaus responded that it was “not quite but almost as idiotic as that fucking billy-goat hair he’s got growing on his chin.”
Filed under: Humboldt County | Tagged: at least Pete Nichols has a real beard, critical habitat, endangered mold, environmental opportunity, Loretta Nickolaus, Lovelace's "beard", no more water--the fire next time, virtuous environmentalist Mark Lovelace | 59 Comments »