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  1.  One page summary of proposed changes and amendments by North Bay Jobs with Justice, North Bay Labor Council, and the Alliance for A Just Recovery

  2.  Three-page letter to the Board of Supervisors providing a more detailed description for each major change proposed

  3. Chart comparing major provisions of living wage laws in six California counties and a chart comparing major provisions of living wage laws in San Francisco, the County of Sonoma, Santa Rosa, Sebastopol, and Petaluma.

  4. The blue-lined copy of the entire ordinance with proposed changes for the ordinance;

  5. A 2021 report by University of Massachusetts economist Dr. Jeanette Wicks-Lim estimating the costs for amending the County of Sonoma Living Wage law to include 12 paid sick days for all covered workers and expanding the coverage of the ordinance to include workers at the county fair and the county airport

Supervisors to Review County Living Wage Law


Sonoma County Gazette (9/10/21)

The Fight for $20 and a Union: Another Minimum Wage Earthquake?


Beyond Chron (1/24/22)

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