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  2. Events
  1. Lawsuit Over Old Coast Hotel Project Dismissed

    On Tuesday, August 18, the “Concerned Citizens of Fort Bragg” (CCFB) filed a request to dismiss its lawsuit against the City of Fort Bragg. Read on...
  2. Fort Bragg Visited by Mexican Mobile Consulate

    On August 15, Town Hall was the site of the Consulado Móvil -- a program introduced by Consul General of Mexico, Carlos Manuel Sada Solana. This mobile consulate helps individuals obtain documents ranging from passports to consular ID cards. Read on...
  3. Green Alley Project Update

    The alley behind Purity Market is nearly complete and the City will soon be repairing two more alleys—Colombi Alley behind the Colombi Motel, and Minnesota Alley behind the C.V. Starr Community Center. Video Here
  4. Fort Bragg HELP Office Now Open on North Franklin Street

    The Fort Bragg office for the Home Energy Link Program (HELP) is now open for business. Hours will be Monday through Friday, 9:00 AM to 5:00 PM, with some later hours each week (to be determined). The address is 119 North Franklin Street, Suite A. Read on...
  5. Police Sergeant Jonathan McLaughlin swearing in.

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