Humboldt Jetty Repair Project gets underway with Aug. 18 ceremony at Samoa Peninsula
San Rafael, CA – Please join Congressman Jared Huffman (CA-2), project delivery team members from the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, including San Francisco District Commander Lt. Col. John Cunningham, and key local partners as they commemorate the start of the Humboldt Jetty Repair Project. Event speakers will include Peter Mull, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers project manager, Gary Rynearson of Green Diamond, Commissioner Stephen Kullmann, Bob Service, representing State Assembly Member Jim Woods, Congressman Huffman (keynote speaker), and Lt. Col. Cunningham. Following the ceremony and a group photo, media are invited to tour the project site and talk with members of the Corps team.
WHAT: Humboldt Jetty Repair Project Kick-Off Ceremony
WHEN: Tuesday, Aug. 18, 5-6 p.m.
WHERE: Humboldt Harbor North Jetty Parking Lot/Staging Area (see attached map)
CLOTHING: Casual (recommend wearing hiking-style footwear)
About the Project
This project aims to repair the north and south jetties at the entrance to Humboldt Harbor and Bay. Repairs will be made to approximately 15,400 linear feet of storm-damaged jetty returning the damaged sections to original design conditions. The jetties were first authorized in 1881 and constructed in 1899. The North Jetty (rubble-mound structure with concrete cap) is approximately 7,400 feet, and the South Jetty is approximately 8,000 feet long.
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