KEVIN FIXLER THE PRESS DEMOCRAT
August 22, 2020, 5:33PM
The upcoming election for the Rohnert Park City Council will test how committed residents are to change.
Three seats are on the ballot this November, when the county’s third-largest city finds itself in the midst of its response to charges of systemic racism while tending to a major budget shortfall because of the coronavirus pandemic. The election also is Rohnert Park’s first with candidates in a district-based system, a transition brought about after an attorney accused the city of historic underrepresentation of people of color on the five-member council...