- Santa Rosa likely to turn strip of street over to county
- Developers back 3 Windsor council members
- Santa Rosa council backs ground-level Jennings Avenue crossing
- County OKs $22 million to fix 89 miles of bumpy roads
- County OKs another energy-retrofit lender
- Petaluma council considers new subdivision
- Input sought on Roseland annexation
- County OKs sweeping deal with Lytton tribe
- Santa Rosa drops $6.4 million on long list of projects
- County, Lytton tribe set to reach development deal
As Sonoma County communities scramble to increase the stock of affordable housing, community leaders will be obliged to confront hard questions: Who needs housing, and what kind of housing do they need? Where will it go, and what will it look like?
Sonoma County needs to show a little more effort, but it’s Sacramento that has the keys to the gym. And right now, it’s locked.
I know personal choice is a big issue for many of us, but in the case of assisted suicide, the issue is much more complicated than that.