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October 24, 2020
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A new concept for Rohnert Park

October 9, 2020

From left to right, Rohnert Park City Manager Darrin Jenkins, Council member Susan Hollingsworth Adams, Vice Mayor Jake Mackenzie, Mayor Joseph Callinan and Council member Pam Stafford at the “Tank 8” ribbon cutting ceremony for the City of Rohnert Park’s first of its kind 9000,000 water tank. Impressively there were almost as many people in attendance as there were for the last presidential inauguration. Mayor Callinan informed the crowd the water tank delivers water without electricity and City Manager Jenkins confirmed. The water tank will support fire protection and supply water to the University District homes and as a bonus, said Callinan, the access road for the water tank will function as part of the trail connecting the Copeland Creek path to the Crane Creek Regional Park.

Photo by Robert Grant