SONOMA COUNTY, Calif. (KGO) — Farmer’s Lane Plaza in Santa Rosa is a more suburban version of Main Street USA where businesses plant themselves and try to grow.
That American dream in California became a bit more difficult today, thanks to Governor Gavin Newsom and COVID-19. With only 3.7% of intensive care beds still available, they’re likely to deal with the consequences of his stay-at-home orders.
“I am very frustrated,” said Rachel Sandoval of Salon Twelve. In the past year, she has endured multiple electrical shut downs, fire scares, and almost five months of being closed because of COVID-19 restrictions. Today, she learned that Governor Gavin Newsom is likely to end her year by imposing weeks more of them.
“Does the governor have credibility with you?” we asked.
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