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Another Sonoma County Casino

A surprize announcement of a new casino planned for Sonoma County. Yesterday, the Koi Nation unveiled plans to build a $600 million casino resort on 68 acres at the corner of East Shiloh Road and Old Redwood Hwy between Santa Rosa and Windsor. The Tribe of Pomo People revealed the plan that includes a 1.2 million square foot Las Vegas style facility with slot machines and card games, restaraunts, and hotel. (photo courtesy CasinoBeats)

Stimulus Checks Arriving

More California stimulus checks are on their way this week. The second round of payments of the Golden Gate Stimulus will be released tomorrow. Payments will be from $500 to as much as $1100. The funds are being drawn from federal recovery funds and California's budget surplus. (photo courtesy The Economic Times)

Recall Election Results

California's Recall Election is over. Governor Gavin Newsom will stay in office, after the recall efforts against him failed. This morning, statewide, the number of NO votes received 78%, and the YES vote 22%. Also in the election yesterday, an attempt to oust Sonoma County District Attorney Jill Ravitch. Voters decided not to recall Ravitch, 80% NO to 20% YES, and she will remain in office for the remainder of her term, which she had already announced would be her last. Rohnert Park voters were deciding on a Measure banning personal fireworks. Measure D was too close to call last night, and more mail in ballots are being counted. This morning, the vote is in favor of the measure with a lead in the counted votes. 57% YES, to 42% NO (photo courtesy Spectrum News)

Petaluma Water Restrictions

The city of Petaluma, has tightened restrictions on water use; declaring a drought emergency. The move calls for a 30% mandatory water reduction goal for customers, up from its previous goal of 25%. Reports say it also bans the installation of new landscapes, and the re-planting of existing ones, that require water. (photo courtesy WHYY)

Water Town Hall

There will be a virtual town hall meeting tonight to discuss water supply alternatives for ranchers and farmers. Sonoma County Supervisor David Rabbitt will host the meeting, and Sonoma County Farm Bureau reps will answer questions about where the water will come from. The meeting will be available on the Sonoma County website starting at 5:30pm (photo courtesy Development News)

Voting Locations Today

Today is recall election day, to decided on recalllingand the polls will be open from 7am - 8pm for those who wish to vote in person. Otherwise, mail in ballots can be turned in today at polling places, or at the Registrar of Voters office, and many locations listed on the Registrar of Voters website. (photo courtesy Snopes) https://sonomacounty.ca.gov/CRA/Registrar-of-Voters/Elections/Locations/

Fire North of Ukiah

The Hopkins Fire began yesterday at Hopkins Street and North Street near Capella, and has burned several homes so far. Evacuations began in the late afternoon. As of this morning, the Hopkins Fire had burned 257 acres, and is 20% contained. (photo courtesy CBS SF)

School Bus Red Lights

The Santa Rosa area is conducting enforcement of drivers who fail to stop for school bus red lights. Whenever school buses are loading or unloading passengers, the red lights are activated, and drivers are required to stop, both directions on the street, unless there is a street divider. This is the second enforcement operation, after several complaints of motorists failing to stop. (photo courtesy Patch)


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