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Town gets more money for affordable housing

The Windsor Times, March 9, 2018

“The councilmembers struggled with their decision. ‘This is rough,’ Foppoli said. ‘One of the most difficult decisions we’ve had to make in the last few years. Don’t let anyone tell you public service isn’t hard. It’s my demographic, so I try to look out for young families, but young families in Windsor need housing. People my age that have kids are not making $100,000 a year. That’s what’s hard about this — trying to make decisions that will do the most good for the most people in our community. The challenging part is the optics of it. The smart political move would be to vote against Bisno, it’s a smart rallying cry, ‘go back to Beverly Hills.’ But our staff and our consultant say it will do more good for more people. If I vote for this, it won’t be against moderate housing, but for more affordable housing in the community.’”

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Officials urge patience, readiness with fires ongoing

The Windsor Times, October 10, 2017

“During the day on Monday, Fudge, Foppoli and Windsor Police Chief Carlos Basurto drove into evacuation areas in northern Santa Rosa to get a better idea of the damage and to inspect the homes of some of the staff and the home of the son of a fellow council member. They had all burned, she said.”

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Council declares Windsor a united community

The Windsor Times, March 2, 2017

“After more than an hour of public comment, guidance from law enforcement and political discussion, the Windsor Town Council voted to adopt a resolution declaring Windsor to be a ‘united community that values its diversity and the contributions of all residents, and supports the safeguarding of the civil rights, safety and dignity of all Windsor residents,’ on Wednesday, March 1.”

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Council approves initial civic center vision

The Windsor Times, February 8, 2017

“Dominic Foppoli called the boutique hotel the ‘cherry on top’ of the Town Green concept that fellow council members Debora Fudge and Sam Salmon had spent the last 20 years working on.”

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Vintage Oaks housing project approved

The Windsor Times, May 25, 2016

“Council member Dominic Foppoli spoke about the previous state of the design, which was roundly dismissed for public safety reasons in early 2015. ‘There’s no more protestors with signs here and that’s a testament to the great job you’ve done,” Foppoli said. “Your plan had major flaws.’”

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Council approves new dog park in concept

The Windsor Times, November 11, 2015

“When the council weighed in on the issue there were no detractors from the idea. ‘It’s awesome,’ said Dominic Foppoli.”

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New council members sworn in

The Windsor Times, December 10, 2014

“The Windsor Town Council swore in newly elected councilmembers Dominic Foppoli and Mark Millan, and re-elected councilmember Sam Salmon last Tuesday night while also saying goodbye to longtime councilmembers Steve Allen and Robin Goble.”

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