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B. 2016-03-29 Sonoma Co. supervisors vote to raise price of cigarettes to $7 Sonoma County
2. 2010-09-15 Suit filed over expansion of Wal-Mart Rohnert Park
2008-12-20 Subway settled with 3 counties Marin County
E. 2008-09-22 Gap to buy Athleta for $150 million Petaluma
F. 2005-12-02 Home Depot to buy Yardbirds Petaluma
6. 2003-07-07 Safeway agreed to $1.5 million settlement Santa Rosa

Suit filed over expansion of Wal-Mart
Sonoma Co. supervisors vote to raise price of cigarettes to $7


year 2016 Top ^

Mar.29
  The Sonoma County Board of Supervisors voted unanimously on measures that would make it more difficult to buy and sell cigarette


year 2010 Top ^

Sep.15
  Rohnert Park: Plans to expand a Wal-Mart in Rohnert Park are heading to court after two environmental groups sued to block the expansion



year 2008 Top ^

Dec.20
  Marin County: The sandwich chain has reached a $645,000 settlement with Marin, Sonoma and Santa Cruz who sued for misleading advertising and overcharging
Sep.22 Gap to buy Athleta for $150 million
  Petaluma: Gap is investing in the active-wear market with its $150 million cash purchase of Petaluma company that makes women's sports apparel


year 2005 Top ^

Dec.2 Home Depot to buy Yardbirds
  Petaluma: Petaluma's Yardbirds Home Center has 30 years of independent ownership for the local chain


year 2003 Top ^

Jul.7 Safeway agreed to $1.5 million settlement
  Santa Rosa: Consumer protection lawsuit was filed for misleading advertising regarding 'Buy One, Get One Free' policy




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