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After 7 Years, The Center at McKinleyville Finally Breaks Ground

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MCKINLEYVILLE, CA. (KIEM) – For many McKinleyville residents, getting the basic services can be a bit difficult. But a new complex seven years in the making is expected to make it easier for those that need those services the most. They’re calling it The Center at McKinleyville, and our Leon Purvis was at the groundbreaking ceremony Monday morning and has this report.



Back in 2012, the Center at McKinleyville started as a
vision to bring services to residents of McKinleyville and the Northern Region
of Humboldt County.



Its going to be located at 1615 Heartwood Drive near the intersection
of Central Avenue. Some of the services that will be provided at the Center
are: Child Welfare, WIC, Medi-Cal, and much more.



Before this Groundbreaking Ceremony could happen, public
comments were addressed on what kinds of services the center will have. They
will not provide homeless overnight housing or camping.



After a long seven years, construction for the building can
begin any day.



And Dan, residents can learn more about what’s to come at The
Center at McKinleyville by attending a community meeting on Thursday, May 9 th .
It will be held at Morris Elementary School that night at 5:30.
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