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Rohnert Park ‘invests’ in sewers

Rohnert Park will use its entire fund for public facilities — which consists of a one-time payment from the Federated Indians of Graton Rancheria — to build a long-planned trunk sewer line on the city’s east side.

Rohnert Park says no to public power agency

Rohnert Park on Tuesday became the second Sonoma County city to opt out of the first year of Sonoma Clean Power, while Santa Rosa’s leaders continued to push back against the June 30 deadline set for the decision.

Rohnert Park declares fiscal crisis

They have watched their city’s budget deficit slowly shrink for four years, but on Tuesday the Rohnert Park City Council bent under the accumulating — and rising — weight of retirement and medical benefits and unanimously agreed to declare a fiscal emergency.

Rohnert Park faces $2.3 million deficit

Rohnert Park’s City Council on Tuesday will review the revenue and expense trends that have contributed to the city’s looming $2.3 million general-fund deficit.

Rohnert Park OKs plan to condemn, buy property along Wilfred Avennue

The Rohnert Park City Council on Tuesday approved the start of eminent domain proceedings to condemn and buy part of a property that is to be the site of a planned hotel and McDonald’s restaurant near the Indian casino being built now along Wilfred Avenue.