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The speed limit has been temporary lowered for boats on Clear Lake. The Board of Supervisors has approved an Urgency Ordinance proposed by the Sheriff and the Water Resources Department to immediately reduce the lake-wide speed limit on Clear Lake to 5 mph in order to minimize wake damage to lakeshore properties and help ensure the safety of boaters moving through all the debris on the lake surface. The speed limit will stay in place during the currently declared local disaster and as long the lake level is at 7.9 feet Rumsey or higher.

The Willits City Council has given the green light for Howard Memorial Hospital’s to install a 20-station “Fit-Trail” course along the Haehl Creek Trail. The fitness trail will be useable by the general public, as well as staff and patients of HMH and be funded entirely by an innovation grant awarded to HMH’s Nutritional Services Department from Adventist Health. Also at their meeting this week the Council approved new signs that say “Downtown Willits” before the North Main Street northbound and southbound off-ramps, and more along other roads to direct visitors into Downtown. And in response to several local small businesses being targeted for alleged non-compliance under the Americans with Disabilities Act, Willits city staff is working with the Chamber of Commerce to put together an educational forum about ADA with a Certified Access Specialist and an ADA attorney.

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