Letters

Public Letters to the County

WWW on Kendall Jackson’s attempt to pave over more ag lands

WWW on Kendall Jackson’s attempt to pave over more ag lands Is the county picking winners and losers? This would require a General Plan amendment and zoning changes. Please speak out. Our Letter: www.winewaterwatch.org February 2, 2021 To:  district4@sonoma-county.org, David.Rabbitt@sonoma-county.org  district5@sonoma-county.org, Susan.Gorin@sonoma-county.org,  chris.coursey@sonoma-county.org,  Tennis.Wick@sonoma-county.org RE: Kendall Jackson Hotel on AG Lands Wine and Water Watch is a …

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Action Alert: Silver Estates logging letter, sign on by Sept. 18th

Action Alert: Silver Estates logging letter, sign on by Sept. 18th Please note extended comment date….. CalFire rarely looks at template letters. Please consider signing on to this letter or writing an original letter to CalFire by September 18th, Friday. You can add your name or your organizations name by emailing us at bjmatthes@comcast.net . We …

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Action Alert: Silver Estates logging letter, sign on by Sept. 18th

Action Alert: Silver Estates logging letter, sign on by Sept. 18th Please note extended comment date….. CalFire rarely looks at template letters. Please consider signing on to this letter or writing an original letter to CalFire by September 18th, Friday. You can add your name or your organizations name by emailing us at bjmatthes@comcast.net . We …

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Winery issues don’t need more committees

Kicking the can down the road again…… “It is troubling, however, that after over five years of pushing the county to complete these standards, which were required as part of the 2008 General Plan, it is now considering the formation of another committee. Work has already been done by county officials during the Winery Working …

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