September 21, 2018

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  • Photo obtained from Cotati Rohnert Park Unified School District Web site

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New law allows voters to track ballots

Under this bill, the Secretary of State would be required to develop a tool that allows vote by mail voters to opt in to receive email or text notifications about the status of their ballots.

Construction on Redwood Drive and Highway 116

For everyone’s safety please observe the temporary traffic control signage.