His name does not appear on the outside of any of the buildings or projects that have been part of Healdsburg’s renaissance as a cherished small town and a world class food, wine and tourist destination. But his signature is found on two decades of city documents that lay the foundation for much of what defines today’s streetscape, enterprises and edifices. Kurt Hahn, Healdsburg’s finance director for 22 years and author of its redevelopment agency, died on April 8. He was 78.
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