Wednesday, April 27, 2016
• Healdsburg Police Department, 238 Center St., Healdsburg
• Petaluma Police Department, 969 Petaluma Blvd., N., Petaluma,
Thursday, April 21, 2016
In considering the needs of the Town, and the talents and skills deemed essential for this role, Town Manager Linda Kelly has considered the options which best suit the Town. Being that this position is an Executive Management position reporting to the Town Manager, Kelly will retain the discretion whether to make a direct appointment to the position or to conduct a recruitment. Kelly stated, “I consider myself fortunate to have a strong management team with many skills, talents and potential, and have looked first internally. Thus, I am pleased to announce the appointment of Administrative Services Director Camille Kazarian to the position of Assistant Town Manager.”
Kelly added, “Camille brings a strong administrative and financial skill base to this position, as well as a great deal of experience in the private sector which will benefit the Town’s need to continue to forge innovative, efficient and cutting-edge solutions for the challenges we face. Camille has been with the Town since December 2013, starting as Finance Manager. Camille is well-respected, works collaboratively and brings a service orientation to her leadership style. In her past employment, she held management positions with large and prominent agencies in this county including Redwood Credit Union and Autodesk.”
Camille holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Business Administration from Sonoma State University and an MBA from the University of Phoenix.
Mayor Mark Millan noted, “Camille has demonstrated her extraordinary talents and leadership in helping the Town address a variety of challenges. She is easy to work with, well respected and her assistance will allow our Town Manager to focus her attention on the bigger issues we are working through.”
Thursday, April 14, 2016
The Town of Windsor invites the Windsor community to take part in an exciting study regarding the future use of the existing Civic Center site. Led by consultants Wallace, Roberts, and Todd, LLC (WRT), the Town will be offering 4 open house-style workshops ("charrettes") where the community will have the opportunity to provide feedback and input. "The Town Council has for many years had long-term objectives for the Town Green which include fully activating the potential offered by the Green for active retail and other resident-and visitor-serving uses. The study will capture the community’s thoughts and vision for our future," stated Town Manager Linda Kelly.
The Civic Center Visioning Study was approved by the Windsor Town Council on March 2, 2016 to help identify future uses of the area and surrounding spaces. Guided by the Town’s current General Plan Update, the study will provide direction on urban form, public amenities, and economic viability of future development. The charrettes will include visual diagrams and concept alternatives, as well interactive and engaging dialogue sessions with the consultants and Town staff. Mid-day walking tours will also be conducted and will focus on discussion topics such as retail and land use, mobility, and history/culture/ecology. Findings will be presented to the Town Council and Planning Commission sometime in August and September, with dates yet to be announced.
Charrette Program Schedule
· Monday, May 23, 2016: Kick-off event, 6:00pm-8:00pm, Town Hall, 9291 Old Redwood Highway, Building 400 (Council Chambers)
· Tuesday, May 24 & Wednesday, May 25, 2016: Working session, 10:00am-8:00pm, Windsor Visitors Center, 9001 Windsor Road
· Thursday, May 26, 2016: Working session, 10:00am-5:00pm, Windsor Visitors Center, 9001 Windsor Road
· Thursday, May 26, 2016: Wrap-up event, 6:00pm-8:00pm, Town Hall, 9291 Old Redwood Highway, Building 400 (Council Chambers)
For questions regarding the charrette sessions, please contact Economic Development Manager Robert Ramirez firstname.lastname@example.org, by telephone at 707-838-5339 or by email at email@example.com.
Wednesday, April 13, 2016
Draft Climate Action 2020 Plan
The Regional Climate Protection Authority (RCPA) has prepared a draft climate action plan (CAP), Climate Action 2020: A Regional Program for Sonoma County Communities (CA2020). CA2020 is a collaborative effort between RCPA, the County of Sonoma, and all nine Sonoma County cities to reduce county-wide greenhouse gas emissions and to respond to the effects of climate change. CA2020 establishes a target of reducing greenhouse gas emissions by 25-percent below 1990 levels by 2020, with all participating jurisdictions contributing to the reduction. Achieving the reduction is proposed through a combination of state, regional, and local measures.
Thursday, April 7, 2016
Wednesday, April 6, 2016
Details on the focus area alternatives can be obtained by visiting www.Windsor2040.com or by contacting Community Development Technician Sheila Wolski at firstname.lastname@example.org or by telephone at (707) 838-5337.