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November 15, 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.

 
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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.