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Widow of late Sebastopol councilman appointed to his seat

The Sebastopol City Council on Thursday unanimously selected Una Glass, the wife of late Sebastopol Councilman Michael Kyes, to serve the remaining five months of her husband’s term in city office.

Late Sebastopol Councilman Michael Kyes’ widow seeks to fill his seat

Two Sebastopol residents are in the running to fill the City Council vacancy created by the death of former Mayor and City Councilman Michael Kyes, including his widow, Una Glass, who is a well-known conservationist and executive director of Coastwalk California.

Sebastopol moves to memorialize Michael Kyes, find replacement

The Sebastopol City Council will pay public tribute next week to Councilman Michael Kyes, who died early Sunday, part-way through his fourth year in elected office.

Sebastopol voters could see tax triple bill on fall ballot

The Sebastopol City Council plans to ask voters this fall for a hand in putting the city on stronger financial footing, through two tax measures expected to share ballot space with a proposed hike in the county sales tax, city officials said.

Sonoma Clean Power projects rates that beat PG&E’s

Customers enrolled next year with Sonoma County’s startup public power agency could see some savings on their electricity compared to rates proposed by PG&E for 2014.

Sebastopol’s new mayor puts city on medical marijuana map

Left-leaning Sebastopol has elected Green Party candidates to the City Council, fought PG&E SmartMeters and declared itself a nuclear-free zone.

Sonoma Clean Power makes deal with Geysers operator

Sonoma County’s startup public power agency is poised to enter into a secondary energy supply contract with the company that operates The Geysers geothermal field on the Sonoma-Lake county border.

Sonoma Clean Power moving ahead on contract

Officials with Sonoma County’s startup public power agency are taking final steps geared toward entering into a primary power supply contract.

Power agency panel gets down to business

With five newly seated city representatives, an expanded board of directors for Sonoma County’s startup public power agency got to work Thursday, reviewing a preliminary first-year budget and a timeline geared toward a power purchase deal, plus various staffing and financial decisions looming over the next four months.

Sonoma Clean Power clears way for Santa Rosa

Board members overseeing Sonoma County’s startup public power agency unanimously approved a revised governing agreement Thursday, satisfying Santa Rosa’s core concerns and paving the way for the county’s largest city to officially join the venture Tuesday.

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