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|Nov 22, 2017
The fires that tore through Sonoma County were absolutely devastating. If your home, personal property or business have been affected by the fires and the repair or replacement costs for these items are not covered fully by insurance then reach out to theSmall Business Administration.
|Oct 23, 2017
Awoken by the strong smell of smoke we originally thought a wild fire was burning far up in the hills. From my home it was difficult to see the east side of Rohnert Park and the brown rolling hills that slope down into us.
|Oct 18, 2017
If you’re at the point where you need a break and feel safe enough to get out, go ahead and turn off your TV and radio, put your phone on silent, grab some friends who could use a laugh or two as well, and join King Arthur and his gang on their quest. You may not find the Grail, buy you’ll find some something better – a little light during these very dark days.
|Sep 27, 2017
City Council forced to buy the Roseland District, an oil-soaked and greasy-soiled section of Santa Rosa the city comfortably ignored for more than a few decades.
|Aug 31, 2017
I think it was 45 or maybe 50 years ago when I noticed my companion was carrying a bottle of water on her belt.
|Aug 1, 2017
Rohnert Park City Council recently voted on short term rental regulations. The council approved rentals of single rooms only, not whole house or accessory dwelling units. Part of the reason has to do with keeping much-needed housing stock available. As more whole homes are used as vacation rentals this can put a strain on available housing stock and increased housing costs. Rohnert Park has seen a 100% increase in the number of homes listed on Airbnb in less than 18 months. According to the American Community Survey short term rentals make up approximately 44% of the total unoccupied units in the county.
|Jul 30, 2017
Here it is the first of August and we Leos can beat our chests with futile fists unless we are truly hung up with astrological symbols. There are a lot of thank yous to be delivered and one that’s almost slipped below the public’s horizon is the Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) between the Federated Indians of Graton Rancheria and the City of Rohnert Park.
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