According to the Humboldt County Assessor's Office the following actions are listed on the property formerly known as the Samoa Pulp Mill and now owned by Freshwater Tissue Co:

Lot Line Adjustment 4-6-2012

Survey 3-30-2012

LIS Pendens 1-18-2012

Grantor: Ferma Corp and Freshwater Tissue Co.
Grantee: Bayview Environmental Services

The "object of said action is to foreclose and enforce a mechanics lien recorded on October 19, 2011"  for $155,654,00.

LIS Pendens 8-10-2011

Grantor: Freshwater Tissue Co., Bob Simpson, Charles Benbow and Donald Nolan

Grantee: Ferma Corp.

This action is a similar action to enforce a lien for "Breach of contract, common count, quantum meruit and alter ego liability case against Freshwater..., false promise, intentional misrepresentation against Freshwater...to foreclose and enforce that mechanics lien on and against Freshwater..."

Mechanics Lien 7-6-2011

Bayview Environmental Services Inc. $121,651 for Asbestos Abatement Services

Mechanics Lien 6-20-2011

Ferma Corp.  $1,335,936.15

for labor, materials, services and equipment used for demolition services, asset recovery work and related activities.

According to the court clerk, these liens have not been removed.

Court Date according to Court Records

June 18, 2012 1:30 PM Courtroom 8
Case Management Conference

If anyone has more information about Freshwater Tissue Co. and possible title changes, please let us know.


 
In a letter dated May 7, 2012, David Parson of the North Coast  Regional Water Board said,

"Please note that the start date and posting of maps on "westeureka.weebly.com is April 1, 2012 and will continue for about 60 days through May 2012."

"Some identified locations (e.g. log deck) are on adjacent property which is not part of the AOIs.  In addition, some locations are in the industrial part of the former pulp that is currently being demolished and for health and safety reasons we do not currently have safe access to these locations.  However, identified locations (e.g. black liquor area and bleach plant) within the industrial part of the former pulp mill will be temporarily held for future examination when safe access exists."

"Some locations within the accessible AOIs were identified that required a more detailed examination.  These locations focused on the former machine shop, water treatment plant, truck dock, and sand blasting locations within several AOIs. We compared all available sample locations and sample results for these locations and confirmed what has been identified.  These data are available to the public in reports prepared by SHN, PES, and others and are located on the ...Geotracker site.  There are several locations where historic discharges have created soil and groundwater pollution that we know about and are documented."

We shall continue our efforts and continue our requests for any person with specific information to indicate where, what, and about when discharges occured within the AOIs we are examining. "

The full text of the letter is on the Geotracker site.