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Kenwood Fire District ballot measure – confusing but necessary

November measure will adjust spending limit on existing taxes, not raise new ones

Kenwood Fire District voters will be asked to approve an adjustment to the district’s tax spending limit set by state constit more...

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Business Beat -- August 1, 2020
Supervisors set to decide on early renewal for transportation tax
Tree Men at work
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SVCAC supports Glen Ellen cannabis operation

Crime Watch

July 8
A county social service worker called due to concern that a 83-year-old in Kenwood was being scammed out of $30,00, sent to somewhere in Florida. A deputy contacted the elderly person who denied being the victim of a scam. The social ervice worker said she would continue to evaluate the situation.

July 10
A resident of Mound Ave. in Glen Ellen complained that a neighbor was violating a temporary restraining order (TRO) by being on the property. A deputy went out but couldn't match any TRO with the name provded by the resident. It turned out there was a TRO, but it was never served on the neighbor.

July 10
A resident in the area of Los Guilicos and Libby Aves. called to report hearing about a dozen gunshots, possibly a neighbor engaged in target practice.

July 11
At 1:30 a.m., deputies got a call from a resident of the 12000 block of Sonoma Hwy. about a prowler. The caller heard a male voice and saw someone's eyes and rustling in the bushes. The caller said she was armed with bear mace. A deputy went out and searched the area, but could not find anyone.

July 11
Someone in the 13000 block of Arnold Dr. called and said they found a package of what looked to be drugs.

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Labor dispute likely behind golf exit in Oakmont

Oakmonters have been wondering why Advance Golf Partners (AGP), the operator of the two golf courses and associated facilities owned by Oakmont, decided to suddenly bolt from a 20-year lease with no p more...

PG&E powering up...

About 15 large generators are parked at the PG&E substation on Henno Road in Glen Ellen in preparation for possible shutoffs by the utility, outages similar to the numerous Public Safety Power S more...

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Community Calendar

Glen Ellen Forum Meeting
08/03/2020
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Full Moon Sugarloaf hike
08/03/2020
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Plan Bay Area 2050 Workshop
08/05/2020
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Creekside Nature Hike
08/08/2020
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Sugarloaf Trail Crew
08/13/2020
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Night Sky Trails
08/15/2020
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Creekside Nature Hike
08/15/2020
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Sonoma Valley Mentoring Alliance Fundraiser
08/20/2020
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Forest Therapy
08/22/2020
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Economic Recovery town hall meeting
08/26/2020
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