Starting four weeks ago, C.J. Maldonado wanted to drop baked goods off for her mother and turned it into a doorbell ditching dropping off baked goods for friends; more or less to keep the children entertained. While doing the doorbell ditching they left behind yummy food for friends and family that they couldn’t visit in person.
Paul Harvey was famous for his radio shows and commentaries. He often ended his pieces with the tag line “And now you know – the rest of the story.” As previously reported, the City of Cotati as represented by City Manager Damien O’Bid felt my articles about the Friar Tucks situation were unfair. He said they are “full of opinions or perspectives that in many cases are not facts.” In his opinion “you seem to be pushing a perspective that businesses should knowingly violate the health order and endanger both the general public and our first responders.” This story hopefully presents the city’s perspective based on our interview and communications of May 18.
PG&E subcontracted inspectors will be in Cotati and Rohnert Park knocking on doors for inspection. Please call the number above to verify if you have questions.
Rancho Cotate Girls Lacrosse Coach Maddy Smith fell in love with coaching her sophomore year at Rancho while being coached by her father. Now six years later, Smith gets to coach her younger sister, Mackenzie, with her father on the sidelines as her assistant. The Smiths are a lacrosse loving family who get to share their love and knowledge with other talented athletes.
As California begins cautious steps to resume day-to-day life in the state amid the ongoing concerns of COVID-19, essential services like healthcare are signaling changes of their own.