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March 24, 2023

State and local teachers’ unions uncertain about reopening in the fall

(Editor’s note: The letter and interviews for this story were completed prior to the most recent state and local heath orders being announced on July 10 and 13. Numbers and other factors cited below may not reflect the most current reality. We will update this article as more information becomes available).

County, state and fed ready to begin long road of recovery

On Aug. 27, officials, elected and otherwise, gathered on Zoom to deliver a message of support to their constituents facing losses in the face of the Walbridge and Meyers fires. The approximately two hour meeting covered what resources were being brought to bear for fire victims at the local, state and federal level, and provided guidance for things like insurance filings, opening of Local Assistance Centers (LACs) and timelines for clean-up and re-entry

Turner stepping down from Cloverdale City Council

Cloverdale Mayor Jason Turner announced Tuesday morning, May 4, that he’ll be stepping down from the Cloverdale City Council following an opportunity to expand his skills in his professional career.

Sebastopol Police Logs, March 21-27

The following are crimes excerpted from Sebastopol Police Department daily crime log entries and listed at the time the alleged violation was reported.

Food Bank launches annual food drive

The Redwood Empire Food Bank (REFB) launched its winter food and funds drive on Nov. 1 to help the one in six Sonoma County residents struggling with hunger. They encourage the other five out of six of us to donate food, time, or cash this holiday season to help meet the demand for food assistance year-round. The drive will run from Nov. 1 to Jan. 31, 2014.

School waivers on hold until data glitches fixed

A waiver system that would have allowed elementary schools (defined as grades K through 6) to open even if their county was on the state’s watchlist has been put on hold as the scope of the problem with the data available has become clear.

Guerneville dedicates new town restrooms

At long last, a public facility on time and under

Huffman holding town hall about Capitol riots

Tomorrow, Congressman Jared Huffman, D-San Rafael, is holding a town hall to discuss the Jan. 6 riots at the U.S. Capitol. Huffman will be on various social platforms to answer questions and provide a report on the insurrection that occurred at the Capitol. The town hall will be held on Tuesday, Jan. 12 from 4 to 5 p.m.

Deadlock breaks, vacant council seat going to special election

Election will take place in May, with new member seated in June