A great day at the Glen Ellen Village Fair
The community turned out on a beautiful Sunday, Oct. 9, for the iconic and one-of-a-kind Glen Ellen Village Fair. The day started out with the annual parade, with this year’s theme being Jack London’s Valley of the Moon, honoring the 100th year of the famous writer’s death. The parade onl more...
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Deputies got a call from a resident in the 900 block of Robertson Road regarding walking a dog on private property and trespassing. While on the line, the caller said she had lost sight of the woman. A deputy drove out but could not find anything.
A resident in the area of London Ranch and Williams Roads, called at 10 p.m. to report a suspicious vehicle with two people parked for a long period of time. The caller said that there have been recurring problems with people leaving beer bottles in the area. A deputy drove out and handled the situation.
At 6 p.m., a resident in the 13000 block of Carmel Ave. called to report hearing five gunshots within five minutes, maybe from the Yell Lane area. A deputy went out, and it turned out the sounds were from popping balloons, and not gunshots.
A caller from Madrone Road reported that she thought a relative had stolen $1,000 from her.
Around 11 p.m., deputies got a couple of calls about loud music at a wedding at a nearby property. A deputy went out and got the music turned down.
Supervisors OK developing winery event rules and definitions
Looking for clear definitions of events, coping with concentration and cumulative impacts
Sonoma County will take another long look at just what constitutes an appropriate “event” on farmlands. The Board of Supervisors will attempt to come up with some official way to manage the growing controversies over the explosive growth of wineries and their tasting rooms, events, and con more...
Why, oh why, do we vote on Y?
Measure aims to get county libraries funded and open full time again
The backers of this year’s Measure Y are asking for a 1/8-cent sales tax boost to reopen county libraries on Mondays, pay for $8 million in deferred maintenance, update decades-old technology, and expand learning opportunities and programs for children and adults, among other things. If p more...