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Tyler Silvy

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Fort Collins, CO, United States

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Past articles by Tyler:

Car crimes spiked in Sonoma in 2021

Police advise Sonoma Valley residents not to leave any valuables unattended in the car. → Read More

Police investigating bomb threat at Casa Grande High School in Petaluma

School was still in session Thursday after the Wednesday threat, which Petaluma police could not corroborate. → Read More

Ask the PAC: What’s up with the gunshots at the Petaluma Airport?

The Argus-Courier answers readers’ burning questions with new feature. → Read More

Petaluma Creamery, a Sonoma County landmark, confronts uncertain future

Facing an ultimatum this week, creamery representatives raced to submit cashier’s checks totaling $1.2 million, but with hundreds of thousands of dollars outstanding, officials have moved to shut off access to the city’s wastewater infrastructure and place liens on the property. → Read More

Ask the PAC: Illegal political signs cause stir in Petaluma

The Argus-Courier answers readers’ burning questions with new feature. → Read More

California seeks to establish new fire-safe standards for homes, insurers

The effort comes amid deepening worries over home insurance costs and availability in wildfire-prone areas of the state, where wildfire losses continue to mount. → Read More

Sonoma County day laborers rally for jobs amid pandemic

Hundreds of day laborers, many of whom are undocumented and don’t have access to unemployment benefits or coronavirus relief funding, have seen their ability to earn a living evaporate amid the pandemic due to sickness and a slowdown in daily hiring. → Read More

Mendocino County health officials greenlight school opening

School leaders are celebrating the step, which comes on the heels of California Gov. Newsom’s push for schools to commit to a firm timetable for reopening. → Read More

Winter storm gentler than expected but still leaves wreckage with the rain

Lower rainfall totals meant burn scars held up amid heavy rain and gusting winds. → Read More

Sonoma County supervisors mull new safeguards for tenants, benefits for workers

The county is looking to bar evictions even in cases where property owners sought to sell or move into their own properties and require more employers to guarantee paid sick time for workers. → Read More

California to impose first statewide rules for winery wastewater, marking new era

As the new state rule takes effect, just 589 of the state’s 3,612 bonded wineries have permits or waivers to dispose of winery wastewater. → Read More

Sonoma County MLK Day celebration goes digital

The event organizers push through technical difficulties to ensure the celebration carried forward. → Read More

Sonoma County poised to seek 2nd fire services tax in November

The measure headed for the November ballot will likely be similar to the one voters narrowly rejected in March 2020. → Read More

Sonoma County in-home care workers get first vaccine doses at new drive-up center

The clinic, staffed by Safeway pharmacists, represents the start of mass vaccination efforts that will be expanded in Sonoma County over the coming weeks. → Read More

After 10-month wait, Chris Coursey takes his seat on the Sonoma County Board of Supervisors

Chris Coursey has spent 10 months watching the board grapple with the pandemic, its economic fallout, chronic housing and homeless dilemmas and another series of destructive wildfires. On Tuesday, he takes his seat with the same pressing set of challenges. → Read More

Spare the Air alert issued for start of Christmas week

Wood burning is banned Monday as the Bay Area grapples with unhealthy air quality. → Read More

Sonoma County narrows cap on vacation rentals in Russian River, Sonoma Valley neighborhood

County officials and many neighbors say the concentration of rentals in the two areas poses a threat to residential character, neighborhood stability, public safety and quality of life. → Read More

Sonoma County supervisors postpone leadership vote set to end chairperson’s rotation

For a half century, the Board of Supervisors has generally rotated leadership positions. That could change next year. → Read More

Sonoma County supervisors kick off political fight over lodging tax to support firefighters, schools

Lodging and tourism officials say the measure could have far-reaching consequences for a sector already hit hard by the pandemic, but other groups say it would generate critical funding. → Read More

Sonoma County plans for 2nd straight year without a summer fair

The plans signal that county officials expect COVID-19 to extend its grip on public life well into 2021. → Read More