Plenty of Road Warrior readers write in to tell us how bad Sonoma County’s roads are.

Now, you have a chance to ask county officials what they plan to do to fix them.

From 5 to 7 p.m. Wednesday, county Supervisors Shirlee Zane and David Rabbitt and Public Works Director Phil Demery will attend a forum in Rohnert Park put on by the group Save Our Sonoma Roads at Sally Tomatoes in Rohnert Park’s Sonoma Mountain Village — the old Agilent facility.

Craig S. Harrison, a cofounder of SOS Roads, said that based on the number of people who have contacted the group about the forum, he expects more than 100 people will attend.

After the county officials speak about what they’re doing to fix roads, the audience will get to ask questions. The officials only oversee county-maintained roads, not city streets or highways.

Admission is free, although Harrison says the group welcomes $10 donations.


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  1. W

    Did they purposely arrange for the meeting to conflict with the regular meeting of the Santa Rosa Cycling Club? Nice of them to find a way to guarantee that fewer hardcore cyclists will be at the road repair meeting.

    November 13th, 2012 9:08 pm

  2. Jeremy

    A general question about the new portion of 101 through RP and over the hill: The works seems to be totally finished, yet the 55 mph signs are still up. When will they go back to 65 mph? Seems like they are purposely keeping the 55 mph as long as possible because its a good way for the CHP to continue generating revenue.

    November 14th, 2012 8:25 am

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