Highway 101

Eureka Cop With M-16 in the Center of Town Thinks He's in a Video Game

REPORT FROM MORNING OF JAN 13, 2011

This morning, about 8:20am, I saw a Eureka cop park a police vehicle on 4th St. (Hwy 101) between N and M, across from Laudry Land.  When I saw him park, I also observed another Eureka Police Department (EPD) vehicle go toward 3rd Street in the same area.  The sole cop in the parked car got out, grabbed his M-16, and walked to the corner of M and 4th.  There, he stood near a bush, behind the corner of a building, looking like he was hiding. The young cop and his big gun were in plain view from across the 101 (4th St) where I was- and several other people noticed him and the weapon.  There were no people around or near the building corner and bush that he was hiding behind, no one coming at him from any direction, I asked him "What are you doing?"  He looked at me (from across the street of course) and it seemed like he thought he was in a game of hide-n-seek.  I told him "There's no one there." 

Mon, April 18th: Mass Rally At CalTrans Headquarters in Eureka

 

Mass RALLY at CalTrans In Opposition to the Road Widening Through Richardson Grove!

Richardson Grove Action Now announces and invites all to the Second Mass RALLY at CalTrans in Opposition to the Road Widening Through Richardson Grove!

April 18, 2011, according to CalTrans, is the date when the highway expansion plan through Richardson Grove State Park will be advertised for subcontractor bids.

 

POLICE STATE And Yet Another Reason to SAVE RICHARDSON GROVE

 You may ask, "What does saving the grove have to do with the police state?"....well....lets start from the beginning... The Interstate Highways were initially implemented by Eisenhower. How did he come up with the idea of these interstate highways? He got his grandiose plan from an army convoy he participated in, and from inspirations he got from Germany's autobahn, which he got to see because he was in the military during WWII. The history of the highways are rooted in militarization. Eisenhower's plan for the highways was even named "The National Defense Highway", this system was designed to move military equipment and personnel with greater efficiency and create a broader reach for the military.

RALLY To Stop Highway Expansion Through Richardson Grove This Monday, February 21st

Richardson Grove Action Now invites all to a rally on Monday, February 21st, to stop the highway expansion through Richardson Grove State Park.

Expose CalTrans' lies and misinformation campaign!

Monday's rally will begin at NOON in the Garberville Town Square.

Rideshares to and from Garberville.

Bring anything you want to express yourself!

Resist Invasion!

For more info contact Richardson Grove Action Now, call
(707) 602-7551 or email rgroveactionnow@gmail.com.

Richardson Grove Action Now literature exposing CalTrans LIES and misinformation coming soon!

Richardson Grove Action Now pamphlet: http://www.box.net/shared/6xyyml02vu

RIDESHARE INFO:

Feb 12-15: Richardson Grove Action Camp!


ACTION CAMP will be at RICHARDSON GROVE STATE PARK beginning Sat, Feb 12

The Richardson State Park is on Hwy. 101, 7 miles south of Garberville.
 
After dropping gear and things at the camp, we will be parking in the driveway of French's camp, down the road southbound and across the street from the Patriot Gas Station.