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Name Bradd, Bill

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2002-01-03 - Documents

The Ten Mile Motel Project was a proposal to develop a 20 unit inn, consisting of 20 individuals cabins, an office, meeting rooms and manager's unit 7 1/2 miles north of Fort Bragg on the east side of Highway One and Ten Mile River. The applicants were Don and Margaret Perry. Full development of the project was to be phased in over a period of ten years. Opposition to the project was conducted by Friends of Ten Mile. Legal representation was Steven Antler of Redwood Coast Environmental Law Center. Documents consist of: Staff Report: Notice of Public Hearing and Availability of Draft Negative Declaration for Public Review- 9/19/1995 Letter to Frank Zotter, Jr., Deputy County Counsel, from

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History - 2004-01-50

Four coast poets tell stories of Mendocino history from a time when the town had been nearly abandoned. They arrived with a commitment to writing and surviving in a bereft economy, but one freer to development in the arts. It was a time when a poetry reading might be the only event in town with an armload of firewood as the price of admission. Hosted by Kris Smith and filmed by Julia Larke.

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Radio - 2004-01-61

Late Night Liz is a well-known radio name on the Mendocino coast and some of the shows she hosted on KMFB beginning in the late 1978 were, "Collage", "Tales from the Pygmy Tower" and the "Wild Hair Radio Show." In this Sunday Afternoon program, DJ Liz Helenchild explores Mendocino FM radio and cultural history beginning in the late 1970's to the present. Included are clips from an interview of Liz by Ed Kowas filmed by Jim Gibson in 1995 for MCET's "On the Record" program

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Books - 2006-1-353

Northern California's Emerald Triangle — the counties of Mendocino, Humboldt and Trinity — has become both famous and infamous as a center of outdoor marijuana cultivation over the past thirty years. Many residents grew pot gardens out in the far hills in wildcat locations as well as a few who boldly cultivated in their own yards. Poet and novelist Bill Bradd worked in this outlaw culture for a while, observing its similarities with the Moonshine Era of Prohibition, another distinctly strange time in the country's history.

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Business & Commerce - 2011-018-001

Group photograph of everyone who worked at or was connected to the Sea Gull Restaurant and also attended the Kelley House Sunday Afternoon program with David Jones on July 24, 2011. Top row L -R: Terry Johnson, Dick Barham, Gordon Black, Mitchell Zucker, Steve Weingarten Second row: Lorna Chance (Young), Steve Scudder, Bruce Dahl Third row: Judy Johnson, Julie Calouro Fourth row: William Van Thillo, David Jones, Bill Bradd Front row: Lisa Van Thillo (Udell), Marlene Hall, Cathy Jones, Marlene McIntyre, Cherie Christiansen

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Business & Commerce - 2004-01-55A

15 candid photographs, taken by Deena Zarlin, of people who worked at or were connected to the Sea Gull Restaurant and also attended the Kelley House Sunday Afternoon program with David Jones on July 24, 2011. Images of the audience are also included. Top row L -R: Terry Johnson, Dick Barham, Gordon Black, Mitchell Zucker, Steve Weingarten Second row: Lorna Chance (Young), Steve Scudder, Bruce Dahl Third row: Judy Johnson, Julie Calouro Fourth row: William Van Thillo, David Jones, Bill Bradd Front row: Lisa Van Thillo (Udell), Marlene Hall, Cathy Jones, Marlene McIntyre, Cherie Christiansen