Sonoma County Board of Supervisors

FOG UPDATE – SUCCESS!!!

FOG UPDATE – SUCCESS!!! For those who didn’t attend the Board of Supervisors meeting this morning, the vote was 5-0 for an Environmental Impact Report (EIR) for the Cannabis Ordinance. There will be no moratorium for new or ongoing permits under the existing ordinance, but there will finally be the in-depth environmental study that should

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Friends of Graton Update: CORRECTION Please take this quick and easy FOG action to protect your neighborhood!

Friends of Graton Update: CORRECTION Please take this quick and easy FOG action to protect your neighborhood!   Please note additional email address below (cannabis@sonoma-county.org). If you have sent an email to the supervisors, as many did today, please just forward your email to the last address below. Thanks. We have come to the final

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SoCo Occupy: What will California’s dry spring do to wildfire season? Here’s what researchers say

Our supervisors policies are putting us at risk…Hopkins still pushing biomass industry. What will California’s dry spring do to wildfire season? Here’s what researchers say A blow up in the Palisades above Calistoga prompted a response from aircraft, Wednesday, Sept. 30, 2020, as a retardant line is put down between Highway 29 over Mt. St.

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On Gore & Hopkins watch: the county’s cannabis regulations have been a fiasco.

Hopkins is on a roll: Sebastopol Inn purchase (state felt it over priced, Oakland housed 100 for Hopkins 31 same $), Measures in special election failed, power grab as board president failed, pushing biomass industry (dirtier than coal), cannabis ad hoc co-chair with Gore FIASCO.   Hopkins’ comments EDITOR: I found Supervisor Lynda Hopkins’ comments

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WWW Responds to Winery Event Workshop by County

PRMD-WineryEvents@sonoma-county.org To: Permit Sonoma & Sonoma County Supervisors:  RE: Winery Event Ordinance Wine and Water Watch is a local organization of over 300 citizens concerned with the overdevelopment of the wine tourism industry and promotes ethical land and water use. We oppose the industrialization of agricultural lands not growing food, medicine, fiber or sileage and

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