Six years ago, Liz Hamon was working at a money management firm in San Francisco. Six years before that, she was running an Italian restaurant in Australia.
Six years before that, she was living in the Springs with her three children. And, despite her travels and changes in career and family, it’s the Sonoma Valley she has always considered her home.
“When I lived in Australia, this is the place that brought me back,” she said.
Hamon is one of two new administrative aides for 1st District Supervisor Susan Gorin – both added to the team in February. Along with Arielle Kubu-Jones, Hamon shies from calling herself “the Springs representative,” though she lives in westernmost Sonoma, only a block away from the unincorporated area known as the Springs.
And she frequently finds herself doing
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