This Archive of Yolo Sun Articles is in basic chronological order, beginning with most recent articles near top of scroll.

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Double Dose Of Democracy Needed In Woodland’s District Two – Recall Begins

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My Woodland City Council Election Campaign Material – A Lonely Political Debate, Since Stallard and Hilliard Run and Hide

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Conaway’s Con Continues – Badly Distracting Woodland’s General Plan 2015-35 Process

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Woodland City Council Should Have Held An Election To Fill Bill Marble’s Council Vacancy

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Woodland Public Library Expansion Must Be In New City Sales Tax Measure And Established In New City General Plan

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City Says It Needs 50% To 67% More Property Tax Share For Planned Annexations – Part One

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Conaway’s Crazy Campaign Succeeding, Woodland City Council Succumbs To Hoaxes

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Woodland Planning Commission Buffaloed By Conaway Ranch, Regarding New General Plan

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Yolo Sun Files Added Comments With City, About Impacts Of The Prudler Subdivision Project Upon County Fair Mall And Local Housing

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Yolo Sun Files With City A Document Of Objections To Prudler Project’s Draft EIR

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Woodland Planning Commission Must Require Increased Density Alternative For Prudler Project

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Update Of Previous Yolo Sun Article About Parking For Disabled Persons At New Yolo County Courthouse; Judicial Council Replies

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Woodland Planning Commission Must Reject Present Environmental Impact Report (EIR) On Prudler Project

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Parking Problems Plague Disabled Persons Accessing New Yolo County Courthouse

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Big Downtown Business Bites The Dust

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Downtown Woodland Merchants Disregarded

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New Prudler Project CEQA Review Must Include Higher Density Alternatives

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City Of Woodland’s Gateway 2 Attorney Files Depublication Request With State Supreme Court

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Petrovich Applies For Expansion Of Allowed Uses At Gateway Center, To Include Neighborhood Commercial Zoning

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California Appellate Court Voids Woodland’s Gateway 2 Project

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Original (1905) Brass Handrail Of Woodland Public Library Is Stolen, Recovered

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Woodland Moves Forward Key Project In Violation Of Its Ballot-Based Urban Limit Line Ordinance

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Woodland Council Shocks City Staff, Planning Commission, Adopts “Aggressive” Growth Plan; Densification Disregarded, Sprawl Sanctioned; Bogus Council Policies = Ballot On General Plan — Part Three

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Woodland Council Shocks City Staff, Planning Commission, Adopts “Aggressive” Growth Plan; Council Ignores Consultant, Invokes “Free Market” — Part Two

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Woodland Council Shocks City Staff, Planning Commission, Adopts “Aggressive” Growth Plan; Conaway Ranch Becomes Major Influence — Part One

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Default Of Sweetheart Development Deal For Woodland Mayor’s Crony Covered Up For Years; Mayor Accused Of Corrupt Conduct

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Fast-Food Feud Erupts On Woodland Main St; Burger King Prevails In Legal Wrap-Up, While Petrovich Pays Bill

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Fast-Food Feud Erupts On Woodland Main St,; Distorted City Planning Displayed By Petrovich’s Starbucks Project, City Manager Spills Beans — Part Five

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Fast-Food Feud Erupts On Woodland Main St.; Yolo Superior Court Issues Temporary Restraining Order Against Petrovich’s Starbucks Project – Part Four

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Fast-Food Feud Erupts On Woodland Main St.; Planning Commission Fails To Grapple With Environmental, Political Issues, Rubberstamps Staff Report, As Petrovich Pays Back City Gift – Part Three

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Fast-Food Feud Erupts On Woodland Main St.; City Of Woodland Accused Of Unlawful Conduct By Giving Public Funds For Petrovich Project – Part Two

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Yolo Sun Writer-Editor Comments To City Hall Regarding Woodland Downtown Revitalization

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Fast-Food Feud Erupts On Woodland Main Street; City Minimizes, Funds Project Analysis – Part One

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City Of Woodland Uses Obvious Fraud To Defend Gateway 2 Project Lawsuit At State Appeals Court

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For Whom The Gong Tolls: Woodland City Council Must Respond To Downtown Planning Scandals

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Appeal Filed Against Gateway 2 Project

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Auto Mall Fiasco Reveals City Zoning Crisis

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Woodland’s Initial Climate Action Plan Workshop

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Daily Democrat Manipulates Local Elections By Censoring Its News For Political Effect

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Yolo Court To Rule On Challenge To City Council Approval Of Petrovich’s Gateway 2 Project — Part Four Of A Yolo Sun Investigative Series

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Yolo Court To Rule On Challenge To City Council Approval Of Petrovich’s Gateway 2 Project — Part Three Of A Yolo Sun Investigative Series

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Petrovich Extorted City By Holding Hoblit Hostage, Retaliated By Halting Projects

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Yolo Court To Rule On Challenge To City Council Approval Of Petrovich’s Gateway 2 Project — Part Two Of A Yolo Sun Investigative Series

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Pet Food Pantry Serves Woodland

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Yolo Court To Rule On Challenge To City Council Approval Of Petrovich’s Gateway 2 Project — Part One Of A Yolo Sun Investigative Series

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YoloBus: Improved Service = Increased Ridership

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Friends of State Theatre Group Fractures Apart; New Advocacy Forms: Woodland Civic Alliance; City Hall May Violate DSP To Favor Petrovich

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SacBee Article Outlines Local Planning Context; Illumination Between-The-Lines Still Required

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Politically, Can Woodland Do Better Than This?

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Redevelopment Agency Stuns Opera House And State Theatre Supporters, Underfunds Fig-Leaf

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Petrovich Makes Community Planning Messes, City Should Clean Up?

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Petrovich Sues Hoblit To Force Quick Eviction, Redevelopment Law Prohibits City Assistance And Conditions Funding For Public Upgrades; City Withdraws $800,000 Cineplex Subsidy

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Library Suffers Disastrous Computer Breakdown; Its Various Municipal Problems Persist

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Council Appointment Process Qualifies Two Best Resumes, But Candidate Replies Raise Concerns

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City Hall Rationalizes Enfeeblement Of Downtown Specific Plan To Suit Petrovich And Chase Bank

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Special Election Preferred For Council Vacancy; City Manager Endorsement A Conflict-Of-Interest

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City Council Balks At Nixing Library Expansion, But Ignores Basic Measure E Allocation Inequity

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City Manager Proposes Nixing Library Expansion; Lavish Roadway Program Steamrolls Civic Culture

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Chase Bank Project Subverts Downtown Plan; Planning Commission Should Deny This Project

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Petrovich’s Petulant Panache

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City Report Exposes Steep Slope Of Cinema Study

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Hoblit: “I Want To Keep My Woodland Dealership — But Petrovich Has A Gun To My Head!”

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Movieplex Muddle Displays Disordered, Subverted Downtown Planning Goals, Glaring Conflicts

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Petrovich Imperils Historic State Theatre Project

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Woodland Library Wrestles City Funding Items; Council Begins To Revise Measure E Allocations

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Redevelopment Agency Being Maneuvered Against Proposal For Renovation Of Historic State Theatre

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City Council Violates Measure E Ballot Advisory

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City Council Credibility And Common Sense

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Pivotal Measure E Fund Reallocation Delayed

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June Ballot Measure On Woodland Sales Tax Becomes Immediate Topic For Local Groups; City’s Fiscal Condition Worsens

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Spring Lake’s Neighborhood Commercial Zones: To Be Eliminated As Financially Infeasible

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Woodland Library Director Suddenly Resigns – Petition Campaign Arises For Special District

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Davis-Woodland Bikeway Feasibility Update: Route Chosen, Practical & Policy Hurdles Remain

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Petrovich Proceeds Toward Adverse Legacy — Both For Himself and the City of Woodland

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Library Strives to Sustain and Improve Services Despite Impacts of City Budget Reductions

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Special District Status for Woodland’s Library? Trustees Examine Process with LAFCO Staff

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Downtown Streetscape Improvement Program Pursued With Application for Federal Grant Funds

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Woodland’s Evolution Impeded By Anachronism; New Street Master Plan Indicates Options Exist

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Parking Plays Pivotal Role for Courthouse Site – Multi-Level Garage Structure Appears Inevitable, Uncertain Cinema Scenario Affects Parking Study

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Death of Ricardo Abrahams Causes Massive Rise in Woodland’s Liability Insurance Premium

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Climate-Change Policy for Municipal Operations — Federal Stimulus Money for Energy Upgrades

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2009-10 Woodland Budget Adopted — While, Several Municipal Employee Associations Help Close $6.8 Million Deficit

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Woodland’s Capital Improvement Program — Deep in Red Ink

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Final Adjustments for Woodland’s 2009-10 Budget — Also, City Manager and Library Director Will Slash Their Own Pay By 7.4%

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Woodland City Manager Interviewed by Capital Public Radio on Budget Impacts to Public Safety

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Planning Commission Delays Consideration of a New Commercial Development Proposal to the East of Gateway Center

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City Of Woodland Launches New Affordable Housing Development Process

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City Employee Associations Wield Key Piece of Woodland’s Budget Puzzle

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‘Golden-Handshake’ Retires A Dozen Employees – Reduces City Budget Deficit

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City Of Woodland To Adopt New Fiscal Policy During Budget Crisis

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Library Suffers From City Budget Scrambling

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Expanding City Budget Crisis Surfaces at Library Trustees’ Meeting – Part Two

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Woodland Council Initiates Bush Street Project: “Downtown Historic Plaza”

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Expanding City Budget Crisis Surfaces At Library Trustees’ Meeting – Part One

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Yolo Democrats Engage 2008 Election Season During Packed Fairgrounds Event

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Woodland Library Updates Strategic Plan – Part Two

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Woodland Public Library Considers Immediate Mini-Expansion Project

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New Woodland Downtown Business Association Meets

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City To Respond To Rite-Aid Scandal

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New Downtown Rite-Aid Store Linked To Gateway Project – Opinion Column

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New Downtown Rite-Aid Store Linked To Gateway Project – News Update

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‘Downtown First Fridays’ Event Expands

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New Woodland Downtown Alliance Meets

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Woodland Library Updates Strategic Plan – Part One

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The Downtown Gateway That Got Away – News Report

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The Downtown Gateway That Got Away – Opinion Column

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