Norberg's last quote from me is not quite accurate.

I'm working to find a more suitable development
alternative, which would still be profitable, and would generate much less traffic than a corporate bank and pharmacy.

Want to help!?! Some solutions have emerged; but more hands are needed on deck to manifest them in the timely manner needed.

Much thanks,

Colleen Fernald

Sebasatopol's Constitutional Candidate
For Peace Through Justice!


CVS project key isssue at Sebastopol City Council candidates' forum

Controversial pharmacy and bank project resurfaces as 5 vie for 2 open seats


Published: Friday, October 5, 2012 at 4:01 a.m.

Last Modified: Friday, October 5, 2012 at 7:52 a.m.

The controversial CVS Pharmacy and Chase Bank branch development and its approval by the City Council emerged as the defining campaign issue during a candidates' forum Thursday night.

"CVS-Chase is one of the greatest injustices in Sebastopol," said candidate Robert Jacob. "When we have two community boards denying the project, to have it overturned by the council is not the choice of the people."
City Councilwoman Kathleen Shaffer, one of three council members who gave the project final approval, defended her action as the proper thing to do...