A low-cost tool to help combat global warming: get local governments, non-profits, and community organizations to incentivize homeowners, building owners, and others to paint rooftops and other surfaces white or with a highly reflective coating. The more solar radiation is reflected from the earth, the less global warming occurs.
California should follow the lead of other states and allow citizens to buy a state parks pass at the time they register/renew a vehicle. This simplifies the entire process, would likely increase the number of passes sold, and thus increase the funding for and usage of parks.
North Marin is in desperate need of a multi-field, multi-use sports complex. The schools with enough space to rent fields do not always maintain them. By the middle of a typical soccer season, conditions range from barely adequate to dangerous. A community-supported sports complex is the solution.
The newly built Graton Casino in Rohnert Park should provide a free bus system for the SSU college students. This will provide a safe and free mode of transportation for the students at all hours until 2 A.M. The bus system will provide a free ride home and to class for the students as well as encourage the students to shop locally.