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September 23, 1999 | Associated Press
A ballot measure to protect a hillside in Sonoma from development as a resort has been approved overwhelmingly. Measure A, which forbids hotel and resort development on 60 acres of city-owned land, was approved with 76.6% of the vote, 2,607 to 795, this week. A 105-room resort had been proposed on the site.
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September 23, 1999 | Associated Press
A ballot measure to protect a hillside in Sonoma from development as a resort has been approved overwhelmingly. Measure A, which forbids hotel and resort development on 60 acres of city-owned land, was approved with 76.6% of the vote, 2,607 to 795, this week. A 105-room resort had been proposed on the site.
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April 4, 1999 | VERONIQUE de TURENNE, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
Tourists often think of this wine country town as Napa's country cousin, and residents here don't mind. Yes, the city plaza is home to a flock of gaudy, noisy chickens that stop traffic each time they file across the road. And sure, some of the stores in town sport handmade signs, and a few could use a new coat of paint. But Sonoma residents are passionate about the city's rough edges.
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April 4, 1999 | VERONIQUE de TURENNE, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
Tourists often think of this wine country town as Napa's country cousin, and residents here don't mind. Yes, the city plaza is home to a flock of gaudy, noisy chickens that stop traffic each time they file across the road. And sure, some of the stores in town sport handmade signs, and a few could use a new coat of paint. But Sonoma residents are passionate about the city's rough edges.
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