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Issue No. 10 | May 2020

WHAT'S HAPPENING

Local Partners

Local Partners, Doing Good

We’ve entered into Month No. 3 of the shutdown related to the global pandemic, and the Healdsburg government and local businesses continue to give back to the community. Here, in no particular order, are some of our neighbors doing things we admire.

Jesse Katz, co-owner and winemaker at Aperture Cellars, has opened his new tasting room just south of Mill District in Russian River Valley for official use and has been hosting regular virtual tastings for people following along from home. Katz is renowned as a winemaker to the stars, having developed wine brands for Justin Timberlake, Tony Hawk, and the Los Angeles Lakers (Aperture wines are featured in our photo below. Photo credit: @kimcarrollphoto).

The City of Healdsburg stepped up earlier this month by unveiling the Healdsburg Small Business Sustainability Program, a $600,000 fund to help the local small business community weather the pandemic. The loan program operates independently from federal programs, and it will dole out zero-interest loans of up to $15,000 to eligible small businesses. Funding for the loan came from the city’s Measure V funds, a half-cent sales tax that pays for key city services. At last check, nearly three dozen businesses were slated to receive funds.

Healdsburg Community Services reopened city parks May 1 and locals were delighted to once again savor the opportunity to get out and about in nature. While playgrounds, picnic areas, and other high-touch portions of the parks remain closed, the open spaces are in fact open—to all of those who practice social distancing and wear masks when necessary.

Also in this Issue

PROJECT UPDATE Q&A with Eric Chan

If anybody understands how Mill District has evolved over time, it’s Eric Chan. Eric is the project’s director of development, and he has worked closely with our friends at Olson Kundig on the architecture and design of the project from the very beginning.

FEATURE Healdsburg at Home

At a time when all of the friends of Mill District are being advised to shelter in place and lie low, we want to reach out and connect with you—to keep you in touch with the Healdsburg Community—right from your living rooms. We’re doing so by providing you a variety of invitation-only experiences we are calling ‘Healdsburg at Home’.

SPOTLIGHT Duskie Estes

One of Healdsburg’s most famous food-and-beverage all-stars has pivoted from a career in kitchens to a job coordinating the region’s primary food distribution network. The chef, Duskie Estes, took over in late April as the new executive director of Farm to Pantry.