2 thoughts on “Ft. Bragg council cracks down on flouting of mask requirement, extends eviction moratorium — first no-mask citation countywide happened Sat. in Mendocino

  1. Hi, my name is Amelia, and I’m the Sonoma-Mendocino Coast District Volunteer Coordinator. We’ve started a new program called the Welcome Table at the Mendocino Headlands in front of the Ford House. Local community member Zomala Abell will be joining me in the afternoon on Friday, July 31, to provide masks and answer questions for visitors. One-use masks were purchased by MendoParks, a nonprofit cooperating association who supports State Parks in Mendocino County. They have also provided hands-free hand sanitizer and large graphics explaining the expectations for visitors to our community. Come on by, we’ll be there from 11-3 this Friday. Please maintain six feet from others if you visit. Thank you!

    • Hi Amelia, This sounds like a great effort. Thank you. I’m sure you will also remind people to discard masks and gloves properly. We’ve found several on the ground near Caspar Beach, one hanging on a bush inside the forest trail. Both were within 30′ to 50 yards from trash cans. We are locals who walk trails with our masks and have been passed closer than 6′ by people with no masks on or in hand when there was no way to get off to the side. Just because you are outdoors doesn’t mean you can always stay distanced. Again, thank you for doing this educational work.

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