A good mix of news content highlighted the pages of Petaluma Patch this week. Here are our picks for the must-read stories of the week of Feb. 10.
Owners of Historic Marshall Tavern Sues Coastal Commission Over Permit
Want to build a bed and breakfast at the location and have sued the commission, which requires public access to coast; Tavern hosted well-known musicians before closing in 1990.
Chipotle to Open in Petaluma
Ninety percent of all retail space at the new Target shopping center has been rented, the North Bay Business Journal is reporting
Slow Growth More Cuts Ahead
The city council will vote on whether to make additional cuts to the 2012-13 budget at Monday's special meeting on the budget
Local Artist Planning Largest Mural in City's History
The colorful surrealist mural will be five stories tall and face Western Avenue
The River's Keeper
Petaluma man urging residents to walk local waterways and report illegal dumping
Young Florist Sets Up Shop for 3 Days
Open just three days and focuses on organic, "gestural" flower arrangements that are asymmetrical and full of whimsy
Since joining Petaluma Police last summer, Chief Patrick Williams has partnered with CHP to assist with investigations and is charging ahead with streamlining police reports.
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