Supervisor Lynda Hopkins

Hopkins Support for Biomass called out: “Not so Clean Energy”

Sonoma Clean Power Board needs new members who understand facts and science….   Not so clean energy EDITOR: In his Aug. 13 Close to Home column, Sonoma Clean Power CEO Geof Syphers admitted that Sonoma Clean Power relies on gas-powered electricity plants that negatively impact the health of people in low-income communities (“North Coast’s dirty […]

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Supervisors Gore & Hopkins, who are you representing? Local Groups on Cannabis Issue

Note: Supervisors Gore & Hopkins were the “chairs” of the committee who allowed this terrible ordinance to be written favoring industry over residents for a water thirsty crop during a megadrought. Is this good judgement? They were the “over sight”. Who are they working for?    Local Group makes it easy way for action:  Hi,

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Supervisor Hopkins Strikes Out Again: “An unfair burden”

Let The Public Speak, Letter to the PD “An unfair burden” EDITOR: Regarding Measure B, Supervisor Lynda Hopkins continues to misrepresent the facts. She claims that 80% of the emergency services provided by the Bodega Bay Fire District are for tourists. The fact is the fire district considers anyone not in its ZIP code to

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Let the Public Speak: Another F on vaccine rollout for Supervisor

PD Letter To The Editor No micromanagement EDITOR: Are you kidding me? Supervisor Lynda Hopkins’ idea of the county centralizing the COVID-19 vaccine rollout is absurd (“Push to centralize vaccine effort,” Feb. 3). If the rollout of the OptumServe pilot program is any indication of the county’s ability to run a bigger program, they are

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Conflict of Interest for Supervisors: Letter sent to county attorneys

“Supervisors Gore and Hopkins should recuse themselves from further participation in any cannabis committee, and should neither participate in any discussions of cannabis issues nor vote on revisions to the cannabis ordnance or to general plan that concern cannabis.” The conflict-of-interest complaint filed with Pittman is available on request and is also on the Save

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High-Cost Housing

Supervisor Hopkins pushes for purchase….. “To house 31 individuals at the expense ($6.2 million to purchase and $4.6 million for 2 years operating) of potentially helping hundreds isn’t only fiscally unsound but ethically dubious.” HIGH COST HOUSING, PD Letter to the Editor EDITOR: Being an emergency room nurse, I am quite familiar with and sympathetic

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