Hikers trek up Taylor Mountain rising above Santa Rosa during a moonlight walk in this very nice 2005 photo by John Burgess/The Press Democrat

Hikers trek up Taylor Mountain rising above Santa Rosa during a moonlight walk in this very nice 2005 photo by John Burgess/The Press Democrat

As work moves ahead on providing more public access viagra for Taylor Mountain, the details are being worked is there an generic viagra out for a permit program for the new park, similar to what is in place for Tolay Regional Park. The county purchased the 823-acre Taylor Mountain property in 2006 and is working on a master plan for access by hikers, horseback riders and bicyclists. Critics say the purchase price for the property that overlooks much of the city of Santa Rosa was too high, others say it was necessary to protect the area from being overdeveloped. In any event, it’s public land now and I’ll be hiking on it soon, hopefully.

Here are the details from the Sonoma County Open Space District on how the permit process is going to work in the interim while levitra 20mg the bigger picture is being drawn levitra does it work up:

Anyone wishing to obtain a permit to explore the park needs to attend a 1-hour orientation session. Registration is required by either going to the LandPaths Web site or calling 707-524-9318.

The sessions for the permit program will be:

Saturday, Jan. 9, 11 a.m.

Monday, Jan. 18, 11 a.m.

Saturday, Jan. 23, 10 a.m.

And you can read the detailed FAQs about the permit program right here.