Santa Rosa would spend an estimated $3.5 million annually on services, offset by revenue from the area, and invest nearly $80 million in the long term on infrastructure.
When Sean McGlynn assumed the job as Santa Rosa’s top administrator in September, he said he found the staff “exhausted,” worn down by years of budget cuts, staff reductions and “decisions that had to be made to keep the organization afloat.”
Golden State stretches win streak at home to 19 games
Sonoma County’s surging economy finished 2014 on a strong note as the jobless rate declined to 4.7 percent in December. The county has added 6,000 jobs in the past year.
Children's author Jonathan London collaborated on a book with his son, Sean, who drew all of the illustrations.
Things to do this weekend and beyond include whale watching at the coast, a retro Alice in Wonderland showing, many music concerts and more.