Judith Olney

Westside Road residents want to stop proposed winery near Healdsburg, citing safety concerns

Without a cumulative impact study for the entire county, no good decision making can be done Supervisors. You were the ones who told us 239 wineries by 2020 and we have 468 with 60+ in the process. 174 agricultural acres have been paved over for events and tasting rooms, 300{5fc40a96f14c4a6aa4c2a32569b0a57dcc67c0b31eb04c341474283f11b6cdd2} increase (from 2000) in wineries, twice the […]

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Are Sonoma County roads becoming inebriation highways? by Judith Olney

When our Supervisors take the oath of office, protecting the health, welfare and safety of the public is part of the oath. We have seen years of terrible land use policies obliterating our rural areas and promoting industrialized “agriculture” lands (96% of our food is imported according to GoLocal). We totally agree with Judith’s “spot

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Sonoma County Winery Events facing Changes in Rules

Appearing online now and in print August 1.  9/27 PRSC’s story in the Bohemian appears. http://www.sonomacountygazette.com/cms/pages/sonoma-county-news-article-5458.html Sonoma County Winery Events facing Changes in Rules Sonoma County Winery Events facing Changes in Rules By Padi Selwyn and Judith Olney, Co-chairs, Preserve Rural Sonoma County July’s winery events study session by the Board of Supervisors was a

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