- Proposed toy-gun restrictions lambasted by Lopez activists
- Poach a redwood burl, go to jail?
- Proposed Petaluma short-term rental rules to be revised
- Petaluma council poised to tackle short-term vacation rentals
- Sonoma council to take up fluoridation debate
- Plan to rezone Ukiah property for development moves forward
- No seat for Santa Rosa on SMART board
- Cloverdale dials back mandatory water conservation to voluntary
- Long-delayed Hwy. 12 overhaul to start in spring
- Leaf-blower debate revs up in Sonoma
In 1970, a Republican congressman named Don Clausen handily won election to a fifth term, defeating a Democratic challenger from Petaluma named Bill Kortum.
It’s true that this county’s key battles in the decades before and after the turn of the century were about slowing growth. But nobody really wanted to stop it altogether, did they?
A coalition of labor, faith, environmental and community organizations has unveiled a proposed living wage ordinance for Sonoma County.