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Many other organizations share our vision.

NapaVision 2050 Town Hall meeting, neighbors working on issues together

Let’s Keep The Conversation Going! We the People of our Napa County came together Thursday, August 10th, standing room only, at the Horsemen’s Association in Napa. For over two hours many residents spoke of concerns as we brainstormed together how to make our community more cohesive and resident-friendly. Thank you who joined us. It is

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Freestone outdoor event center/beer gardens/wine tasting project has website to organize resistance

There is now a website for the fight against the big event/beer gardens/wine tasting center in Freestone. It is: http://djmalloc.com/ .   The Freestone Bodega Preservation Committee did send out some postcards to the immediate residents to sign up for alerts. On the above site you can hit contact and sign up for alerts as they

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Growing Pains: Myths and Realities of a Tourism Based Economy by Padi Selwyn

Close to Home  Growing Pains: Myths and Realities of a Tourism Based Economy   By Padi Selwyn Tourism is the best economic development driver, right? Tourists come, spend their money, and leave. Wonderful, right? Wrong. New and extensive research is debunking the myths of an economy dominated by tourism. In early April, Napa Vision 2050

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Who appointed who on the California Coastal Commission and how they voted

Did the California Coastal Commission members already have their minds made up before the vote? Many of the activists that attended Wednesdays hearing thought so.  The bad players here are Vargas, McClure, Turnbull-Sanders, Uranga and Diaz. Good players are Mary Shallenberger, Carole Groom, Mary Luevano, Steve Kinsey, Dana Bochco and Gregory Cox. Governor Brown, what were

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Preserve Rural Sonoma County

Preserve Rural Sonoma County

Preserve Rural Sonoma County works to protect the rural character of Sonoma County from the industrialization of agricultural lands caused by the encroachment of wine and spirits processing complexes/event centers. PRSC educates, advocates and organizes to protect our families and communities, watersheds and wildlife habitat, addressing traffic safety, noise impacts, infrastructure and other impacts on the

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