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Fake PG&E reps prey on elderly in Petaluma

In the latest scam to ring alarm bells in Petaluma, Pacific Gas and Electric Co. is warning residents that fraudsters, posing as utility workers, are attempting to dip into ratepayers’ pocketbooks.

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Road Butler charges a flat fee to delivery food from local restaurants.
Kaiser Permanente will pay most of the cost to bring Petaluma’s recycled water irrigation system to its Lakeville Highway campus, an unprecedented public-private project.
The county obtained a court order for the cleanup effort at the compound.
Musician Peter Welker has kept it close to home through his more than six decade music career.
The median price now sits just 3 percent below the county’s all-time high of $619,000 from August 2005.
The first Petalumans earned every acre of what they got the hard way. But, the land did get settled and the town grew, settler by settler, cabin by cabin.
Aerial Gilbert rekindled her love for beekeeping after a 28-year hiatus with the help of a local organization and a devoted mentor.
A famed sculpture by an internationally-renowned artist with deep local roots may find a home in Petaluma.

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Your Petaluma weekend July 22-July 24
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Petaluman runs 100 miles before Earth completes spin
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Sybil Sullivan, who welcomed Petaluma visitors, dies at 97
Professional horse trainer Jack Bingham dies at 77
Longtime Petaluma dairy farmer Don Moreda dies at 83
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City should get a fair deal
Emanuele is new assistant principal for Adult School
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Casa student science congress delegate
VFW taking competition entries
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Poll: Don’t sell Sonoma-Marin Fairgrounds
Poll: Assault weapons should be illegal