June 18, 2018

Rancho 2018 cap toss

  • Photo by Robert Grant

Rancho Cotate High School’s 2018 graduates

 

Tech 2018 cap toss

Technology High 2018 graduates

RP will extend contract with Recology despite rocky start

The disposal companies’ contract is set to expire not until June of 2020, yet Recology has a five year extension mandated in their contract, meriting the need for a review of its performance and direction from city staff, all of whom were in favor of the five-year extension.

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Sports

Cal Ripken celebrates the end of a successful season

Though this is the end of the Cal Ripken season, fans can still find more with this years’ Junior Giants Youth Baseball League. The league will continue until August 3.

Magnified

RP nonprofit changes up the model for giving back to those in need

“What is unique about Global Partners for Development is that the ideas we try to get up are not our own. The ideas come from local people who understand their needs… and it has been pretty successful so far,” says Amy Holter, director of programs and evaluation.

Community

Free lunch in RP and Cotati aims to combat summer hunger

Lunches will be served in other Sonoma County locations in addition to Rohnert Park and Cotati and will usually be served between 11:30 a.m. and 1 p.m., Monday through Friday. For exact dates, times and locations, visit www.refb.org/summerlunch2018 or call (707) 523-7900.

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