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Trinidad contemplates new pipeline amid fear of unwanted development

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Jill Siegrist
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Trinidad, California

Extreme drought grips 72% of Humboldt County, according to the U.S. Drought Monitor.

To alleviate water shortages, the Trinidad City Council will decide this Tuesday whether to collaborate with the Trinidad Rancheria to build a water pipeline from Mckinleyville, across Little River, to the city’s water plant. KHSU’s Eric Black reports.

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Trinidad contemplates new pipeline amid fear of unwanted development

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In reporting for KHSU, Eric Black focuses on the challenges and controversies surrounding development projects.