November 5, 2019

U-Pick orchards are emblematic of Brentwood's agricultural history

Brentwood Says No to Sprawl by Voting No on Measure L

Brentwood residents stood up against sprawl development by voting no on Measure L. This is a win for the East Bay’s natural and agricultural lands as well as for climate-smart cities. Measure L would have broken the city’s voter-approved Urban Limit Line that provides a clear boundary for major development.

Rohnert Park

Rohnert Park Votes YES on Measure B to Renew the UGB

The people of Rohnert Park chose to renew the city’s Urban Growth Boundary by an outstanding 90%. This is a huge win for open space in the North Bay, setting a precedent for other Bay Area cities to grow in a climate-smart way—within city boundaries and not on precious open space lands.

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