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Key Housing Announces Featured Santa Rosa Corporate Housing Complex for December 2021

SANTA ROSA, CALIFORNIA, UNITED STATES, November 23, 2021 /EINPresswire.com/ — Key Housing, a top-rated corporate housing service for California from Sacramento to San Diego at https://www.keyhousing.com/, is proud to announce its featured complex for December 2021 for Sonoma County. Each month the company identifies two best-in-class properties to alert corporate travelers as to some of the… Keep Reading

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California County Uses AI Against Fires

SAN FRANCISCO (AP) — Sonoma County officials say they will add artificial intelligence technology to help fight wildfires with a 24-7 monitor to track fire outbreaks. The technology will be added to the county’s network of wildfire detection cameras that monitor California’s backcountry to spot the first outbreak of flames. Many of the cameras are… Keep Reading

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Sonoma County Buys Hotel To House Homeless Vulnerable To COVID

SONOMA COUNTY, CA — The Sonoma County Board of Supervisors approved the purchase Tuesday of a hotel in downtown Santa Rosa for $7.95-million. The hotel will house homeless people who are most vulnerable to developing COVID-19, the disease caused by the coronavirus. Funds for the purchase of Hotel Azura, 635 Healdsburg Ave., were supplied by… Keep Reading

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Sonoma County secures housing for vulnerable homeless individuals

Today the Board of Supervisors approved the purchase of Hotel Azura in Santa Rosa using $7.95 million in funds supplied by the state through the Project Homekey program. Sonoma County’s procurement of Hotel Azura will provide additional temporary housing for vulnerable individuals experiencing homelessness. Sonoma County expects to close escrow next week and proceed with converting Hotel Azura… Keep Reading

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Close to Home: Sonoma County needs protection for tenants

Despite the continuing public health emergency, California courts have resumed most eviction cases. From April 6 through Sept. 1, a state Judicial Council emergency rule suspended evictions across the state, except those necessary to protect public health and safety. This emergency protection was critical in preventing unnecessary evictions and protecting public health. Since the order… Keep Reading

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