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An Elk Grove man missing for two weeks has been found dead in his car in Mendocino County. The Sheriff’s Office says his body was found Tuesday along Hwy 128 in Boonville by a passerby from Fort Bragg who thought the car looked odd where it was. A Sheriff’s Office spokesman tells the Press Democrat an autopsy did not determine the cause of death so they are awaiting toxicology results but says so far it’s not considered suspicious. He says there were no visible injuries or signs of violence and no drugs or alcohol in the car.

Business licensing for the City of Ukiah could be coming back under the City’s wing. In 2013, the then-City Council voted unanimously to hire the company Muniservices to administer business licenses, which moved the process completely online and out of the county, with no one to talk to locally if there were problems. The Ukiah Daily Journal reports at the Council Meeting this week, City staff said they’d been researching options for bringing it back in-house and identified a software program that would still have it all done online but more user-friendly and with some local oversight. The City would need to give Muniservices 90-days notice before ending their contract, but staff says they think they could make the move within a few months.

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