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|2019-07-03Jul 3, 2019
"In mid-June, after a week of deliberation, the Sonoma County Board of Supervisors] adopted a $1.78 billion budget for Fiscal Year 2019-2020. The Board was faced with prioritizing and aligning requests to revenues in order to adopt a structurally balanced budget in the face of recent natural disasters, increasing expenditures, and declining revenue sources," Supervisor Lynda Hopkins writes in her July 2019 newsletter.
|2019-03-30Mar 30, 2019
For the past month, our communities affected by the floods have been working around the clock to get their lives back together... especially our small business community, many of whom lost everything they had. In her latest newsletter, Supervisor Lynda Hopkins updates West County constituents on flood recovery efforts.
|2019-02-27Feb 27, 2019
In Roseland, the Roseland Village project is moving forward. In the coming months it is expected that the City of Santa Rosa will give approvals for site work to begin. The initial phase of construction will involve laying the ground for infrastructure improvements such as new roads and utilities. On March 7, Caltrans will present its draft TCR, or transportation concept report, for Highway 1 to the Sonoma County Coast Municipal Advisory Council. This draft TCR is Caltrans’ long-term planning document for the northern part of Highway 1, running from the southern part of Marin County up to the Sonoma/Mendocino county line. n early February, a proposal for a Sonoma Coast marathon came to light. At the county level, the event has been discussed with the Department of Transportation and Public Works, but it is not yet in the application stage.
|2019-02-26Feb 26, 2019
The MAC will hear presentations about current and future infrastructure projects planned in the area by county and state agencies, including Regional and State Parks, the County Department of Transportation and Public Works and Caltrans.
|2019-02-21Feb 21, 2019
It's a big deal on The River. The Lower Russian River area has wanted a voice of influence at the Board of Supervisors and now, thanks to Fifth District Supervisor Lynd Hopkins, the first public meeting will be held February 25 at Guerneville Elementary School. The public is welcome and encouraged to be involved in making decisions about the present and future of the Lower River Communities which extend from Forestville to Cazadero/Duncans Mills.
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