The Big O 

Santa Rosa taxpayers have funded an extra $21 million to gang prevention since Measure O was approved. So why aren't accurate gang-related crime statistics being produced?

Measure O, the 20-year quarter-cent sales tax increase that was approved by voters in 2004, has had its share of critics. At a time when city centers, swimming pools and senior services have been threatened with closure due to budget cuts, Measure…

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