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Healdsburg moves roundabout plan forward

A long-planned traffic roundabout at a tricky, five-way central Healdsburg intersection advanced this week with the City Council authorizing $997,000 for its design.

State ruling lets Healdsburg keep parking lots

In an early Christmas present, Healdsburg officials have been notified the state will allow the city to hold onto two downtown parking lots acquired by its defunct redevelopment agency.

Healdsburg’s bid for two parking lots rejected

Healdsburg’s bid to assume ownership of two downtown parking lots acquired by its defunct redevelopment agency has been rejected by the state.

Flight school taking flak in Healdsburg

Plans to add a flight school at Healdsburg’s airport came out on the losing side of an advisory vote Wednesday.

Healdsburg gets back $13.5 million in redevelopment funds

Healdsburg has received some welcome news — approval to spend $13.5 million in bond proceeds that were at stake after the state dissolved redevelopment agencies.

Healdsburg weighs limiting special events

Healdsburg has a problem that many towns would envy — a growing number of special events and festivities that is causing a reassessment of whether to limit the number that can be held, or impose restrictions to handle traffic and parking overflow.

Healdsburg embracing roundabout to ease traffic flow

Healdsburg is moving ahead with a traffic roundabout at a key intersection, but without the opposition the circular intersections have engendered in some towns.

Healdsburg OKs Fitch Mountain buy

The top of Fitch Mountain, the landmark that helps define Healdsburg, is one step closer to becoming a public park.

Healdsburg’s Fitch Mountain summit to become park

The top of Fitch Mountain, the scenic backdrop to Healdsburg, is set to be purchased for use as a park, capping a decade-long effort to preserve it for public access.

Healdsburg faces redevelopment losses

Healdsburg is bracing for another blow to its already depleted general fund, possibly within weeks, because of the loss of its redevelopment programs.