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Close to Home: A changing climate calls for new approaches
Close to Home: Don’t give utilities less incentive to prevent fires
Close to Home: Finding space for a growing homeless population
Close to Home: Building boldly toward the future
Close to Home: Retracing an immigrant family’s path
Close to Home: Stop efforts to kill salmon and fishing jobs
Close to Home: Putting victims first in wildfire legislation
Close to Home: Moving ahead on local housing
Close to Home: New rules cast a shadow on a green energy program

Close to Home: Healing schools need patience, support

A new school year is underway in Sonoma County, and with it comes an opportunity to celebrate fresh beginnings. Even with the joy and excitement this time of year brings, I encourage the community to be patient with our schools and children as they continue the hard but important work of healing from last October’s wildfires.

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