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County greenbelt on November ballot

The so-called community separators are set to expire, and supporters are asking voters to renew the zoning requirements on the Nov. 8 ballot.

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The establishment would be part of a trend that’s coupling cat and coffee lovers with adoptable felines around the globe.
The opening of Griffo Distillery’s tasting room in Petaluma this month marks the latest new attraction to launch in what was once an unassuming industrial block across from Lagunitas Brewing Company.
The Aug. 21 Family Bike Bonanza seeks to raise funds for the “Baum Squad,” a group spearheaded by Petaluma cyclist Steven Cozza that pairs visually impaired or blind athletes with sighted cyclists on tandem bikes.
Loud noise from area music venues is causing a stir in Penngrove
Bailian Zheng fulfilled a lifelong goal when he moved from Fuzhou, China to Petaluma in 1989.
A contractor removed a bee colony under the roof of the Masonic Hall in downtown Petaluma.
Supporters of the Sonoma County Library are hoping to pass a sales tax measure this November to increase programs and restore hours across the 17-branch system, including the Petaluma Regional Library.
Rachel Lynn Hernandez transforms recycled goods into works of art.

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