Permit Sonoma Newsletter
I’ve wanted a way to communicate directly with you about our agency’s business. An e-newsletter turns out to be the best medium. In Permit Sonoma, we will review our past challenges and successes and discuss issues the agency faces in the future. I hope you find it informative and look forward to your suggestions. – Tennis Wick, Director
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In this issue of our e-newsletter, we cover the County’s cannabis workshop series, junior accessory dwelling Units, and a new online tool for contractors. We report back on Permit Sonoma’s response to the winter flooding. And we’ve got an update on the local response to the statewide Sustainable Groundwater Management Act.
In this issue of our e-newsletter, you’ll find information on the maximum amount of pollutants permitted in the Russian River. Read about an upcoming public workshop on Coastal Sea-Level Rise and the approval of the Community Separators Protection Ordinance. And we’ll introduce you to the new Contractor Central app.
This month we’ll be looking at building codes, the medical cannabis land use ordinance, and new California land use planning laws. Keep reading and you’ll learn about an innovative trial compost toilet project and a tip for using the Permit Sonoma online permitting tool.
In this issue of our e-newsletter, we will give you an overview of our online permit system upgrade project. We’ve also got highlights from our recent planning policy initiatives. Read about technical corrections to the grading ordinance from our engineering division. Checkout highlights from the regional Urban Shield preparedness drill. And join us in looking at how the changing state of mobility may impact future land use and planning efforts.
The State Water Resources Control Board has required property owners in four Russian River subbasins to report their water use. While PRMD permits wells, the State is responsible for implementing the information order. PRMD is committed to helping our customers comply with the order. The four subbasins are Dutch, Green Valley, portions of Mark West, and Mill Creeks.
Permit Sonoma Newsletter March 2015 – Topics: Seismic Safety – Get Ready Sonoma, Business is Great! Permits Up – Wait Times Down, Bet on PRMD’s Over the Counter Performance