Close to Home
- Close to Home: Compassion is more than business as usual
- Close to Home: A need for grace and understanding
- Close to Home: Close the Sonoma Developmental Center? Let’s think this through first
- Close to Home: Open government is a 2-way street
- Close to Home: Trione and memories of North Coast politics
- Close to Home: Real-life lessons from ‘American Sniper’
- Close to Home: Netanyahu speech aside, save this alliance
- Close to Home: What makes a student successful
- Close to Home: Why environmentalists support living wage ordinance
- Close to Home: New winery backlash rising
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.
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?