State Releases Agenda and Presentation Materials for June 23rd SDC Community Workshop

The agenda and PowerPoint presentation for the state’s upcoming SDC community workshop on June 23rd has been released. Please follow the links below to access these documents.

In addition to providing these documents, the state’s consulting team (led by Wallace Roberts Todd-WRT) released the following note:

We understand some of you have requested a draft copy of the Existing Conditions Assessment.  At this time, the draft is still under review and the State prefers to complete that process and incorporate whatever additional input may be provided at the Community Workshop prior to releasing the document. We think it is important to reiterate that our report is meant to be a site assessment only. It is not a plan for the campus, nor does it presuppose anything about the campus’ future state. It is primarily intended to help the community better understand the current state of the campus. We feel confident that the document, when released will serve as a useful, fact-based foundation for whatever future planning efforts occur.”

Community Workshop agenda

Community Workshop presentation

For more information, contact John McCaull at johnm@sonomalandtrust.org


The Transform SDC Blog site was set up in 2014 to provide the Sonoma Valley community — and those interested in the future of the Sonoma Developmental Center (SDC) — a forum and information source for news related to the closure of SDC.  For more information, please post a response on the blog site, or email John McCaull at johnm@sonomalandtrust.org.

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