Sonoma County Administration building photo credit: Marc Albert/KRCB
Another major public construction project will move forward, at least in concept, after county supervisors Tuesday unanimously agreed to further explore replacing the Sonoma County's mid-century office complex.
The two proposed options, costing an estimated $721 and $682 million respectively, would cover only part of the current site.
The rest could be sold and turned into a new neighborhood, offsetting a portion of the expense.
The initiative comes nearly a year after the board cancelled plans to move county offices to downtown Santa Rosa, mainly due to cost.
Board Chair Chris Coursey wasn't thrilled with...