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12 hours ago

John Jordan talks with Dr. Steven Herrington, Superintendent of the Sonoma County Office of Education, about the reopening of schools, distance learning programs and more.

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1 day ago

Facebook Live with Superintendent of Sonoma County Schools

Facebook Live with Superintendent of Sonoma County SchoolsMay 21, 2020, 2:00pmFacebook LiveJoin John Jordan and Dr. Steven Herrington, Superintendent of the Sonoma County Office of Education, for a discussion about the reopening of schools, distance learning programs and more.
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Facebook Live with Superintendent of Sonoma County Schools

15 hours ago

Just minutes ago the Governor approved drive-up/through graduation/promotional celebrations! I am sure more will be coming out from the different districts but good news for our 2020 graduates. ... See MoreSee Less

12 hours ago

The Superintendent is sharing the schools update with John Jordan live right now. ... See MoreSee Less

No more freedom for our children💔
https://www.cnbc.com/2020/05/20/coronavirus-cdc-quietly-releases-detailed-guidelines-for-reopening-us.html

16 hours ago

It feels like the time is coming soon for you to re-open your wineries and you’ll want to bring in as many customers as possible while still being safe and obeying your guidelines. I have been working with some of you guys already! I can help:

1. Printed banners to announce your re-opening.

2. Hand Sanitizers and dispensers

3. Social distancing dots to remind your customers to keep a safe distance

4. Sneeze Guards for reception areas

5. Printed face masks with your logo

Please reach out to me for more information / details.

Thank you and be safe!!!
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1 week ago

Since a certain member of this group is refusing to answer, I’d love to ask the business owners here a question:

If one or more of your employees are unwilling to risk coming back when you want to re-open, will they be terminated?

What if they have pre-existing conditions such as high blood pressure, or diabetes, or have an immunocompromised family member at home - how will you reconcile their needs with yours?

I stipulate right now that I will not judge or respond. But I would like a clear picture for employees.
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7 days ago

John Jordan and and Supervisor James Gore dig into the details of reopening Sonoma County and staying #SonomaSafe as we #OpenSonoma. ... See MoreSee Less

3 days ago

So, I have a question ( and don’t jump all over my ass with snarky comments) it’s a legit question. Why have there not been Covid related deaths among the homeless populations if the virus is soooo dangerous? I was watching the news about encampments... none of them are wearing masks, not maintaining social distances , basically not giving a rats ass... yet I haven’t heard anything about any of them being hospitalized or dying. 🤔 Thoughts? ... See MoreSee Less

2 days ago

The pandemic has provided a front row seat in the theater of vulnerability. World, country, state, county none have been spared from exposing the faces of the most vulnerable. It is not merely seniors or those suffering from complicating medical conditions that have been exposed.

The vulnerabilities are real, some existed before Covid-19 while others revealed themselves as a byproduct of tragedy. During the Board of Supervisors meeting on Monday, 5/18, there was discussion of the economic inequity in the county along with the impact of covid-19 on our minority community. The economic inequity existed before the virus and needs to be a focus of ongoing community action.

But there is another vulnerability that is real and a byproduct of actions taken to protect the community. Nonprofits in our community are relied upon to serve communities in need. The nonprofits are designated essential but the thrift stores and other operations providing a revenue stream are not. I call particular attention to Crossing the Jordan, a local nonprofit focused on helping the abused and addicted in our community. Absent the ability of Crossing the Jordan to sustain itself through ongoing business operations, there is a risk to the community they serve.

Thrift stores aren’t good candidates for curbside pickup. I urge Dr. Mase and the Board of Supervisors to create a variance process to the current allowable business operations permitting the retail operations of nonprofits to be operated as an essential business. Certainly they are as essential as Target, Walmart, Home Depot, and countless other retail operations.
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1 day ago

I’m eating inside the dancing tomato cafe right now. The staff are wearing mask not one patron is. We are all practicing social distancing and I bet we are all just fine 10-14 days from now. Get up get out and take your life back ... See MoreSee Less

1 day ago

My brother and I just enjoyed a socially distanced round of golf in Healdsburg, then enjoyed a socially distanced hot dog and beer from The Wurst downtown. Went and chatted with the folks at Williamson Wines next door, they are chompin’ at the bit to open back up. They have plenty of outdoor space for wine tasting and snacks. Let’s open the Burg! ... See MoreSee Less

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