The Santa Rosa City Council members will be selecting the applicant to fill the vacant city council seat Jan. 28th. The link below will take you to the timeline for the application process and the interviews.
The interviews and selection process for the new council member is scheduled for Monday, January 28 and it is open to the public. I think the council decided to begin it at 5:00PM. The public will not be permitted to ask questions during the meeting but can submit questions prior to the event.
The names of the applicants will be posted after the application closing date of January 22.
Each candidate will be allotted 15 minutes. This time will include a candidate statement and questioning by council members.
Probably more info than you need to know, but we probably should understand how our new city council member will be selected and please do attending the meeting if you can. We need to show the city council we care about what goes on in Santa Rosa at out council.
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The fifth Community Meeting, will be held on Tuesday, April 24th, from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m., in the Person Auditorium at theFinley Community Center;
The Design Review Board Public Hearing, which will be held on Thursday, May 17th, at or after 2 p.m., in Room 7 at City Hall; and
The Planning Commission Public Hearing, which will be held on Thursday, May 24th, at or after 4 p.m., in the City Council Chamber at City Hall.
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Santa Rosa Republican Women present :
Tuesday, February 28, 2012
Lunch and guest speaker :
NOT TO BE MISSED!
Catharine is OF Counsel at Hoge Jones & Appel in Pleasanton, CA, where she Practices business litigation. In 2010 she was pro bono Campaign Council and manager of special projects for David Harmen for Congress. In that capacity she oversaw the Harmer Campaign’s ballot integrity operations for all four counties within CD-11. David Harmer’s race was so close that it was one of the last races in the country to be called nearly 4 weeks after the election. Catharine authored two articles for the campaign, entitled “Ballot Integrity: Observations and Concerns” and “Restoring Ballot Integrity”. These articles raised awareness of the weakness in California’s election system and serve as a blueprint for much-needed reforms to California’s election law. [click to continue…]
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Cotati City Council Report
by Joyce Rodrigues Garcia
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Here is where our battles begin. We are fighting for our INDIVIDUAL liberties and freedoms. I know that the resolutions and ordinances that have been passed in Cotati have been passed or will be passed in your city. Go onto your City’s website and begin your education! Don’t wait for someone to do something that you are capable of doing for yourself….for your family. There are individuals who are willing to stand side by side with you and share the information and tools you will need to arm yourselves with the knowledge you need.
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For months, members of Team CRUSH have been following the Redistricting process. Hours of traveling, attending board meetings, streaming meetings and hearings, drawing maps, researching the process of Redistricting, sharing information gathered, and meeting and brainstorming with other team members were the tasks done by one of our dedicated, amazing team members….Liz Gatley! Read More
What do you associate most with parks, besides the jungle gyms for the kids? Maybe the picnic tables and benches under the trees? Or a quenching drink from the water fountains on a hot day? Well. Prepare to lug your own water as well as your own tables and chairs when you troop off to the park for that birthday party or holiday celebration.
At the Santa Rosa City Council Study Session on the Budget last week, the Council was told by Capital Improvement Program (CIP) and Parks and Recreation officials that it would be better to “remove than replace drinking fountains and picnic tables” in various parks around the city in order “to save $600K over 4 years. Read More
“All of us are up here on this dais to essentially listen to you on what you feel these district boundaries should be that represents your communities. And we’re here not to make any judgment, we want clarification from you, as to where these boundaries should be,” said Gil Ontai, one of the 14 Commissioners during the first hearing in Redding, CA. Read More