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Wildfire Recovery

Oakmont Senior Living to pay $500,000 to settle state, county investigation into abandonment of seniors during 2017 wildfires

The operator of two elder care homes in Santa Rosa where staff abandoned frail residents during the 2017 October firestorm has agreed to pay $500,000 to settle an unlawful business practices civil lawsuit filed jointly by the state Attorney General and Sonoma County District Attorney’s offices. Sonoma County District Attorney Jill Ravitch and Attorney General… Keep Reading

Wildfire survivors move into village of small homes

Small Homes for Wildfire Survivors Source: Santa Rosa Press Democrat Last Thursday, the keys to five brand new little homes were given to survivors of the 2017 firestorms at a celebration in Windsor that praised the manufactured cottages as essential additions to the local housing scene — additions that really must multiply. Barbara Reynolds, a… Keep Reading

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