Sonoma County Supes Voting on Changes to Cannabis Cultivation Rule Sonoma County might see an increase in pot grows after Tuesday’s Board of Supervisors meeting.
Sonoma County Supes Declare Drought Emergency As Water Levels Reach Record LowsThe Sonoma County Board of Supervisors approved a resolution declaring a drought emergency Tuesday, calling on the governor to push for federal intervention after local water reservoir levels reached record lows this year.
Sonoma County Invests In Fire-Detection System That Uses AISonoma County recently invested in technology that uses artificial intelligence to detect fires faster and to notify firefighters when a fire is spotted.
Sonoma County Supes Agree to Extend Cap on Vacation RentalsSonoma County supervisors on Tuesday reached an agreement to extend a cap on the number of vacation rentals in the county for three months, a far cry from the 22 months staff had sought.
Sonoma County Supes Consider $1M In Emergency Funding For Coronavirus ResponseThe Sonoma County Board of Supervisors on Tuesday will consider appropriating $1 million from the general funds budget in response to the proclaimed novel coronavirus emergency.
Sonoma County Prepares To Sue PG&E For Damages From Kincade FireSonoma Country is exploring plans to sue Pacific Gas and Electric over the massive Kincade Fire last fall that combined with rolling power shutoffs caused losses of $725 million.
Sonoma County Supes Approve 1-Year Ban On Hemp GrowingSonoma County’s Board of Supervisors on Tuesday approved a ban on growing industrial hemp in the unincorporated areas of the county for at least a year.
Sonoma County Supervisors Focus On Helping Fire VictimsAs the Wine Country wildfires wind down, officials in Sonoma County on Tuesday were planning out their recovery efforts.
Sonoma County Approves Park In Memory Of Andy LopezThe Sonoma County Board of Supervisors Tuesday morning awarded a $3 million contract to construct a community park in the memory of 13-year-old Andy Lopez, who was fatally shot by a sheriff’s deputy.
Sonoma Supervisors Censure Efren Carrillo, Urge Him To Resign After Peeking TrialThe Sonoma County Board of Supervisors on Tuesday censured the actions of Supervisor Efren Carrillo and told him he should resign his 5th District seat because of an incident at a female neighbor’s apartment in July.
Sonoma County Supervisor Accused Of Peeking At Neighbor Testifies Sex Was His GoalA Sonoma County supervisor charged with peeking into a neighbor’s apartment in the middle of the night clad only boxer shorts testified that it was his hope to have sex with the woman.