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Today’s digest provides helpful and important updates on the following: 1) Sonoma County property tax deadline reminder; 2) Charles M. Schulz-Sonoma County Airport to host public workshops; 3) Bodega Bay emergency readiness event happens Oct. 29; 4) Climate Action & Resiliency Town Hall Nov. 1; and 5) Other Sonoma County news of note
Notice of Intent to Terminate Without Award - RFP for the Management and Operation of LG Village Non-Congregate Shelter
The Sonoma County Department of Health Services has determined that the Request for Proposals for the Management and Operation of Los Guilicos Village Non-Congregate Shelter released on December 6, 2022, be terminated without award as a standard option in this RFP.
Today’s digest provides helpful and important updates on the following: 1) Latest edition of SoCo Correspondent now available; 2) “What’s in your go bag” emergency planning events this weekend; 3) Introducing the Aging & Disability Online Resource; and 4) Other Sonoma County news of note
After hearing from CAC members and the public, we're hosting a virtual IOLERO Town Hall on October 19, 2023, at 6 pm to delve deeper into our Annual Report 2022-2023.
For this month’s column, I wanted to write about two different topics: Groundwater Sustainability Agencies (GSAs) and two community meetings I hosted in the past few weeks: a bilingual community listening session in the Springs on the East Sonoma County Service Center, and a Town Hall in Oakmont on the Los Guilicos Village transition. Thank you for reading!
Today’s digest provides helpful and important updates on the following: 1) Public forum on area homelessness scheduled Oct. 18; 2) Hire the Homeless Job Link event Oct. 25; 3) Get involved with local government by joining a board or commission; and 4) Other Sonoma County news of note
You are invited to participate in a public forum on homelessness. This forum will feature Michael Gause, Ending Homelessness Program Manager for the Sonoma County Department of Health Services, and Dennis Pocekay, Continuum of Care Board Chair and Petaluma City Council Member. The forum will begin with a brief presentation on the state of homelessness in Sonoma County, followed by an “open forum” style Q&A session.
Have you received notice that your Amazon Prime account has expired? Be aware that scammers pretending to be Amazon are sending such notices out and the emails are fake.
Today’s digest provides helpful and important updates on the following: 1) Home energy efficiency workshops announced; 2) 2023 Fall Economic Perspective happens October 19; 3) Latest Climate Action newsletter available now; 4) Other Sonoma County news of note
This fall, we will finally be opening a Regional County Service Center in the Springs area of Sonoma. The goal of the center, which many have started calling the "hub," is to make county services that are largely centralized in Santa Rosa more accessible to residents of the Valley. Last week, I hosted a bilingual listening session to gather input from the community on what services they would like to see at the center.