November 20, 2018

LandPaths connects people to protected land

We currently own five different pieces of land or nature preserves around the county, totaling around 1,300 acres.


Cotati allows second dispensary

At present, Cotati places a 3 percent tax on commercial cannabis sales, which is then added to the state’s own 15 percent tax.

Station Avenue gets final approval

When State Farm went out, what a loss we thought it was for the city. But with Laulima coming in, what a wonderful opportunity we got from that.

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Rancho Senior Varsity and Coach Hotaling

The senior varsity football players pose around their head coach, Coach Hotaling, after their game Fri., Oct. 26.  Rancho played against Ukiah High School during their senior game at Cougar Stadium.  Rancho defeated Ukiah 62-0...


City of Cotati offers Thanksgiving week fun for kids

The City of Cotati will be offering a similar camp for winter break, from Dec. 26 to 28 and Jan. 2 through 4.


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