Honoring those who served...
On Wednesday, Nov. 11, Grand Marshal Del Tiedeman kicked off the Veteran’s Day Parade in Oakmont. Tiedeman was a U.S. Air Force major and served as a pilot in the 442nd Troop Carrier Group during World War II commanding missions throughout Europe, including drops during the Normandy invasi more...
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A resident of Dawn Hill Road, who lives on a property with a number of cabins, said that after returning home after a few days away, they saw that all the mailboxes on the property had been left open. The resident wasn’t sure if any mail had been stolen, but thought the incident should be reported.
Deputies got a call from a resident of the 15000 block of Marty Dr. saying her car tires had been slashed twice within a week. The car had been in the parking lot of her apartment complex. The caller said the perpetrator might be a disgruntled ex-girlfriend of her current boyfriend.
Deputies received a report of three suspicious males walking in the 15000 block of Marty Dr. The caller said the men were asking questions related to PG&E, and the caller thought that was odd.
A resident of the 13000 block of Henno Road called to report that someone had indirectly threatened him. A deputy went out to speak with the reporting party, and determined no crime had been committed.
Residents in the area of Burbank Dr and Martin St. reported hearing four gunshots, probebly from a rifle. Nothing further.
Supervisors seeking road funds
Sonoma County supervisors managed to find an additional $13.5 million in various county budget niches to augment its ongoing road preservation contributions from the county’s General Fund. Getting there led them to touch on several financially sensitive areas, prioritizing roads over other more...
Numerous changes on tap for vacation rental rules
A big revamp of the county’s vacation rental ordinance could soon be underway, as the Planning Commission is getting ready to sign off on a number of recommended changes, including severely limiting future whole home vacation rentals in some areas zoned residential. The recommendations ar more...