Measure K, which seeks to extend the soon-to-expire community separators ordinance, requires a simple majority to pass. The measure will protect a total of 53,576 acres of open space and farm lands. All registered voters in Sonoma County are eligible to vote.
Sonoma County, known for being one of the more rural and environmentally friendly parts of California, will see more of its open spaces and agriculture lands areas between cities protected if voters approve Measure K on Nov. 8.
A simple countywide majority vote on Measure K will renew longstanding voter protections for Sonoma County’s community separators for another 20 years at no cost to taxpayers.