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Feb 04
2009

Budget worries

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Bruce Robinson

 

People with developmental disabilities and physical handicaps will be among the first to feel the consequences if California's budget stalemate lasts much longer.

 

The North Bay Regional Center mains two local offices, in Santa Rosa and Napa:

Sonoma County:
2351 Mendocino Avenue
Santa Rosa, CA 95403
(707) 569-2000
TDD: (707) 525-1239


Napa/Solano Counties:
10 Executive Court
Napa, CA 94558
(707) 256-1100
TDD: (707) 252-0213
Solano County phone number
1-888-256-2555


 

Jan 26
2009

Funding for schools

Posted by Bruce Robinson in youth , teens , students , Sonoma , Sebastopol , Santa Rosa , resources , protest , politics , policy , planning , nonprofit orgs , news , media , jobs , government , finances , families , education , economy , children , budget , art , activism

Bruce Robinson
Public schools throughout Sonoma County are struggling to cut and balance budgets that depend on state funds, without a state budget to tell them what money will be available.

 You can view a map of Sonoma County school districts here.

 

The Santa Rosa City School District has posted the list of potential budget cuts they are weighing on their website. You can view it (pdf) here.


Santa Rosa City Schools Superintendent Sharon Liddell

Jan 22
2009

SSU Convocation

Posted by Bruce Robinson in youth , students , speaker , Sonoma , resources , protest , policy , planning , news , media , literacy , legislation , jobs , Ideas , government , finances , education , economy , business , budget

Bruce Robinson

 

 

 

California's budget problems dominated the dialog at the convocation to open the new semester at Sonoma State University.

 

Jan 20
2009

Inauguration

Posted by Bruce Robinson in youth , students , speaker , politics , news , media , government , events , education , Congress

Bruce Robinson

Two Sonoma State students who were among the thousands present for the inauguration of President Barack Obama share their impressions of the historic event.

 

A crowd of well over one million people flooded into the Capitol Mall to hear and perhaps see a glimpse of the inauguration. Some 240,000 free tickets to the event were officially distributed beforehand.

You can read the full text of President Obama's inauguration speech here.

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