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Residents hope to use the money to buy property slated for a housing project near Helen Putnam Park.
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SMART riders ponder North Bay-to-San Francisco by train, bus and ferry
‘Granny units’ eyed to solve housing crunch
BottleRock Napa Valley going upscale
CHP out in force for Memorial Day weekend
For-profit hired for Sonoma County Jail inmates’ mental health
Commemorative license plates for state parks shelved

Petaluma environmentalists continue wetlands mission

As members age, the Petaluma Wetlands Alliance forges ahead with its conservation goals.

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More than 100 alumni from all over the country, showed up for a surprise party for Arlene Burney and several other retiring Casa Grande teachers.
Offering downtown Petaluma healthy grab-n-go or dine-in options, Lunchette’s menu includes a regular selection of veggie, vegan, gluten-free and meat-topped salads, along with an excellent array of eclectic Roman-style pizzas.
Petaluma adopted annual increases of 3.5 percent and 1.5 percent for water and sewer.
A garbage company is in the process of buying the 360 Church property, with plans for a garbage transfer station.
Petaluma police funnel unclaimed bicycles to local nonprofits
The funding package for narrowing the street south of downtown also includes money for building part of the SMART path.
While passing a $182M budget, officials project a negative general fund balance in two years.
Whether encountering flowers or sick seals, Brandon Bredo loves hitting the trail

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NPR star Vowell to headline inaugural Wine Country spoken word fest in Petaluma
T-Girls’ playoff stay brief
Romano throws St. Vincent to first-round NCS baseball victory
All three area baseball teams in NCS playoffs
Petaluma’s Wick shines in SR Ironman
Peter Ehrlich, 69, head forester at Presidio, dies
Petaluma painter, WWII merchant mariner Hans Skalagard dies at 93
Ann Broxmeyer, nurse who served in WWII, dies at 100
Sonoma County Democratic leader Liz Basile dies at 89
Petaluma Boys and Girls Club takes a budget hit
Petaluma teachers, district need to talk
New taxes should include pension solution
Celebrate Petaluma’s ag roots
Best of PHS athletes take next step in sports, education
Leadership class dedicates benches
Community college head to speak at SRJC grad ceremony
Two REG gymnasts earn medals at Western Nationals
Poll: City should not cut Boys & Girls Club funds
Poll: Don’t cut funding for homeless services
Poll: Taxes not the answer for Petaluma revenue
Poll respondents against water, sewer rate hike