One of the ballot initiatives Sonoma County voters will decide on this November is Measure O. If passed it would provide mental health services to children, seniors, veterans and the homeless through a quarter-cent sales tax. The tax would generate approximately $25 million each year. KRCB's Sarah Bohannon recently spoke with Supervisor Shirlee Zane to learn more.
(Image: Supervisor Shirlee Zane. Courtesy of the subject.)
Read arguments for and against Measure O: County of Sonoma, Mental Health, Addiction and Homeless Services Measure Transactions and Use Tax Ordinance