Napa Valley Register: Note form the President

December 20, 2021 by Jay Scott Over the past month and my limited time as the President of Napa Valley Publishing I am only now starting to understand the true spirit of Napa County. After recovering from an earthquake that literally shook it to its core. Not one but two recent wildfires, and now as…

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Napa Valley Register: 12 Days of Giving: The Immigration Institute of the Bay Area supports the legal needs of Napa’s immigrants

December 16, 2021 by Edward Booth Immigrants are tightly connected to Napa’s culture, economy and community. Immigrants represent about 73% of Napa’s agricultural workforce and large portions of the county’s manufacturing, construction and hospitality industries, according to a 2012 report about Napa’s immigrant population from the Migration Policy Institute. But many of Napa’s immigrants likely…

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Napa Valley Register: Our View: Celebrating Napa County non-profits

December 12, 2021 by Napa Valley Register Editorial Board Napa County is a special place. One of the things that makes it special is its thriving non-profit community. From tiny operations consisting of just one or two people, to sprawling enterprises like OLE Health, non-profits are working every day to make our community better. There…

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The Press Democrat: Sonoma County relaxes restrictions on in-law units to put dent in housing shortage

November 8, 2021 by Ethan Varian Sonoma County has loosened restrictions on in-law units to encourage construction of the “naturally affordable” small-scale homes in hopes of putting a dent in the region’s intensifying housing shortage. The Board of Supervisors in September approved updates to the county’s permitting rules for accessory dwelling units, also known as…

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Napa Valley Register: In the year since the Glass Fire

October 20, 2021 by Terence Mulligan One year ago today, the last Napa County wildfire of 2020 was finally contained. From the first lightning strike in mid-August to full containment of the Glass Fire in the second half of October, fires burned in our Valley continuously and ferociously for 65 days. Thousands of brave firefighters…

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The Weekly Calistogan: The gift of Engine 319

July 14, 2021 by Dana Cole One year ago the Calistoga Fire Department took delivery of Engine 319, a parting gift from a generous Calistoga donor, facilitated by the Napa Valley Community Foundation. When E-319 went into service last July, it was the newest, most state-of-the-art wildland fire engine in Napa County. It is also…

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St. Helena Star: New map will aid evacuations in St. Helena

July 6, 2021 for the Star A new map splits St. Helena into zones, in hopes of simplifying the evacuation process during fires or other disasters. The city is encouraging residents to “Know Your Zone.” During an emergency, zone numbers will be provided along with evacuation instructions. The zones will enable the St. Helena Police…

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