Let’s say you have been involved in a court case that has finally come before the Sonoma County Superior Court. But 30 minutes past the time court was to begin, the entire courtroom is still waiting (your attorney’s fees are multiplying) because the court reporter is still in another courtroom. When that trial is over, she will have to pack up her gear and race to your courtroom and set up her gear again.
Meeting to be held on Tuesday, October 25, 2016 5:30-7:00pm at the Sonoma Land Trust office, 822 Fifth Street, Santa Rosa.
Senator McGuire hosts State of California Open House and Job Fair November 3
McGuire teams up with Operation Blanket to collect for the homeless
State Senator Mike McGuire is excited to host the annual State of California Open House at the Rattigan State Building in Santa Rosa on Thursday, Nov. 3 from 5 to 7 p.m.
Like most Americans, you’ve probably spent years working to achieve the retirement of your dreams. Then there comes a point when this career milestone changes from a distant goal to an imminent reality. You can make your first year away from work more rewarding and less stressful when you take the time to anticipate potential challenges and prepare for how you will handle this important life change.
Continued from PART 2 in the September Sonoma County Gazette - summaries of the presenters at the August 17th conference on Cannabis Impact: How Changing Cannabis Laws Will Impact Sonoma County
Housing — A Search for Solutions
In Part 1 of this article, published in the August Gazette, I made the case that the desperate condition of housing affordability stems from a variety of public policy decisions. Part 2 identifies some local options for housing success.
When a new business development is proposed, the state of California currently has a requirement for an Environmental Impact Report: a massive document prepared by an objective third party that outlines potential ecological threats and suggests changes to offset them.
Housing has been a passion for me. As a child, I was aware that the comfort and security I experienced was related to the pleasant home my parents were able to provide. As a young person, I was aware of the distress experienced by others who struggled in poor housing conditions, and I came to see the importance of housing opportunity.
First District candidates’ views on housing crisis: clash on rent control, legal aid, homelessness
“The proof is in their ability to stand up to the special interests profiting from this crisis," says Brigode.
The First District’s three candidates for county supervisor in next Tuesday’s primary election have submitted extensive answers to a series of questions on Sonoma Valley’s housing crisis, which were submitted by the Sonoma Valley Housing Group.