Supervisor Hopkins

This L.A. project shows that homeless housing can be done quickly and cheaply

SoCo/Supervisor Hopkins spent $312,500 per unit to house 32 at Sebastopol Inn; Oakland housed 100 at $100,000 a unit and LA housed 232 for less than $200,000 a unit. SoCo, paying way too much with little innovation while home owners struggle.  Time for supervisors to step up their game….or be voted out.  This L.A. project …

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Residents don’t approve of development of the coast: preserve not expand

Dear Supervisor Hopkins,  I have been fortunate enough to have lived my 74 years in Sonoma County. Despite the incomparable beauty, traffic, noise, unmitigated growth and the mono crop of grapes, threaten the very soul of this county. I urge you to consider the irreversible negative consequences of changing the general plan and protection of …

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New York Times: Now for the Hard Part: Getting Californians to Buy Legal Weed

Wine & Water Watch supports sensible regulations that protect the quality of life for all and protection of the environment. Sonoma County: Thomas Fuller, San Francisco Bureau Chief, has written another article for the New York Times. It is the number 8 story in the evening digital edition. See the link below. Supervisor Hopkins is …

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Bohemian: Grow-Site Pain

Grow-Site Pain  Is Lynda Hopkins in a FOG over proposed pot-grow in Graton? By Tom Gogola POT, PUMPKINS AND POLITICS Fight over fate of former pumpkin patch puts supervisor on the spot. There’s a battle underway over the fate of a former pumpkin patch in Graton that a California cannabis entrepreneur and his company, Loud …

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Supervisor Hopkins responds to community concerns about Graton

Here are our county supervisor, Lynda Hopkins, comments about the cannabis proposal in Graton: “In the middle of October, our office learned of a use permit application for a proposed cannabis cultivation site on Railroad Street in Graton. It is important to note that the application is in the very early phase of the use …

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