Agua Caliente – Boyes – El Verano – Fetters
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|2018-12-21Dec 21, 2018
Citizens of the Springs were asked at random their opinions about needed changes or improvements, if any, and what they look forward to in 2019.
|2018-11-29Nov 29, 2018
Alejandra Cervantes, community organizer, heads up the Community Garden at Larson Park, a Sonoma County Regional Park. Ms. Cervantes is involved in numerous community improvement programs in the Springs. Demolition, Parking, Development, and Neighborhood Watch Are Topics Presented At Springs Community Alliance Meeting.
|2018-11-01Nov 1, 2018
Springs Splash by Thomas Martin - November 2018 - Election, MAC’s, SDC Closure, Health Programs Prompt Citizen Action!
Lights! Camera! Action! A great number of decisions face Springs residents in the near future. Some are well known, but others have only recently come into focus. Be certain to vote on Tuesday, Nov. 6! Cast your vote! Make your voice heard locally, statewide, and in Washington, D.C. Just think! Everyone has heard about the candidates for Governor, U.S. Senator, Congressman, and State Representative, butwho will make decisions for you right here in the Springs?
|2018-10-06Oct 6, 2018
These wonderful people gathered in Larson Park on the shores of Sonoma Creek to gather bottles, trash, and other debris on Coastal Clean Up Day (9/15/18). Families and Mission Inn workers spoke with pride about improving the environment on Sonoma’s central water way. County proposes changes to housing density rules. In late August a staff report from the County Planning Commission was revealed that proposes several changes affecting the Springs.
|2018-08-30Aug 30, 2018
Hot dawg! The ambitious proposal to spruce up the Springs and give it pizazz is moving forward.Evidence of the community’s interest can be seen by active citizen attendance at the Springs Community Alliance meeting in mid-August. Chair Rich Lee introduced County Representative Yolanda Solano who moderated the meeting.
|2018-08-01Aug 1, 2018
On July 10 County Planning conducted an Environmental Review Report (EIR) as Step 6 in the development of the Springs Specific Plan. Once the final EIR and financing is set, the County will move toward final plan adoption. Anyone wishing to obtain a copy of the SSP or submit recommendations may do so by contacting Yolanda Solano (707-565-7387) or firstname.lastname@example.org.
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