Sonoma State Cuts Ribbon on Workforce Housing

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Throughout the North Bay, high rents and stiff competition have made it hard for workers to find housing, and employers to keep them in the area.

On Thursday, Sonoma State University became one of the first major employers to address the issue, unveiling a 42 million dollar project designed to attract new workers and keep them in the area.

Karl Van Amburg reports.

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