Meyers Nave Principal Richard Rudnansky Named City Attorney for City of Cotati
Santa Rosa, CA –The City of Cotati has named Meyers Nave principal Richard Rudnansky as City Attorney and Meyers Nave attorney Elizabeth Pianca as Assistant City Attorney.
Cotati has long been considered the “hub” of Sonoma County by virtue of its central location and its distinct and historic hexagonal plaza. Cotati is a city of a little over 7,000 residents spread over 1.89 square miles located approximately 45 miles from San Francisco.
Richard Rudnansky, principal in charge of Meyers Nave’s Santa Rosa office, is currently Town Attorney for the Town of Windsor, General Counsel for the Windsor Redevelopment Agency and Windsor Water District, and General Counsel for the In-Home Supportive Services Public Authority of Marin. He also serves as special counsel to a number of other cities. Rudnansky is also former city attorney for the cities of Larkspur and Petaluma and is currently a member of the Board of Directors of the Sonoma County Bar Association and Chair of its Public Law Section.
Elizabeth Pianca, an associate in Meyers Nave’s Santa Rosa office, advises public entity clients on aspects of municipal law including Brown Act, Public Records Act, elections law and transactional and litigation matters. She has handles Pitchess motions and has extensive experience representing local government with respect to code enforcement issues and the drafting of ordinances. Pianca also assists Rudnansky with respect to the Town of Windsor.