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Coldest temps of the year blanket Marin
Source: Mill Valley News | Feb 20, 2018 19:53:46
A blast of cold air from Canada delivered frigid temperatures across Marin and record lows in the Bay Area Tuesday morning as the mercury dropped near or below freezing. San Rafael tied a record-low 32 degrees for Feb. 20 , according to the National ..
San Rafael promotes interim city clerk to full status
Source: Mill Valley News | Feb 19, 2018 17:29:22
Lindsay Lara, a 28-year-old San Rafael resident who joined the city clerk's office in 2014, was selected by the City Council to fill the remaining term of Esther Beirne, who retired last month after 10 years as the city's elected city clerk. ..
San Rafael panels shaping 20-year plan, downtown design
Source: Mill Valley News | Feb 19, 2018 00:50:31
The future of San Rafael is front and center among city residents, with more than 50 people volunteering for various planning groups in recent weeks. A 23-member citizens committee has just taken the first step in a two-year project to update San Raf..
Marin foundation gives $195,000 for San Rafael marsh project
Source: Mill Valley News | Feb 19, 2018 00:50:30
The Marin Community Foundation is providing $195,000 for the Marin Audubon Society to address habitat degradation from the rising water along San Rafael's shore. The project area is the 20-acre Tiscornia Marsh and a nearby levee near the San Rafa..
Central Marin bikeway funding rerouted to SMART spur
Source: Mill Valley News | Feb 18, 2018 22:27:23
The Transportation Authority of Marin is moving to send $2.95 million initially intended for the southern segment of the North/South Bicycle Greenway in Corte Madera and Larkspur to a San Rafael multi-use path. The multi-use path - a 1.6-mile stretch..
Marin pastor, San Francisco imam square off on TV show
Source: Mill Valley News | Feb 18, 2018 20:06:28
Jim Parker and Carl Laur work in the mixing studio during a taping of "The Imam and the Pastor." The show is produced at the Community Media Center of Marin in San Rafael. A Mill Valley pastor has teamed up with a San Francisco imam to produce a sort..
Solano board schedules special meeting on RM 3 ballot placement
Source: Mill Valley News | Feb 18, 2018 15:33:30
The Solano County Board of Supervisors will consider putting the $4.5 billion Regional Measure 3 Bay Area Traffic Relief Plan on the June 5 ballot when it meets for a special meeting Tuesday. Like Measure AA, the San Francisco Bay Area Restoration $1..
Novato condo complex owners trapped in legal battle
Source: Mill Valley News | Feb 18, 2018 08:12:42
Cedarwood Lane in the Western Oaks Village condominium neighborhood in Novato - owners are unable to sell or refinance their units because of a legal fight between the management company and a contractor. A legal battle between a construction managem..
American Indian art showcased at Marin Center
Source: Mill Valley News | Feb 18, 2018 03:42:05
Carol Bannister of Novato looks over a mask she bought at the 34th annual American Indian Art Show/Marin at the Marin Civic Center in San Rafael, Calif. on Saturday, Feb. 17, 2018...
Marin Voice: A strategy for Marina s homeless a " pulling it all together
Source: Mill Valley News | Feb 17, 2018 20:57:14
In mid-2016, the local Salvation Army Corps Advisory Council proposed that the Army become involved in Marin's homeless situation. The Army's Sacramento headquarters expressed interest, and several representatives visited San Rafael and looke..
City Council Exploring Becoming Charter City
Source: Mill Valley News | Feb 17, 2018 10:04:01
The El Cerrito City Council is exploring the possibility of becoming a charter city, a move that could potentially put the city in a position to generate more revenue, city officials said. At present, the city is what is known as a general law city, ..
Mill Valley City Hall access improvements underway
Source: Mill Valley News | Feb 17, 2018 01:37:51
The entrance to the 82-year-old Mill Valley City Hall at 26 Corte Madera Ave. is getting a makeover. A $300,000 project is underway to construct a new access ramp, landscaped features and bench seating...
Penngrove rancher gives back to community in multiple ways
Source: Mill Valley News | Feb 16, 2018 03:22:45
Waking up early on a cool, crisp morning, sitting and waiting for the coffee to brew listening to the drip, drip of the coffee maker and pulling on a pair of old black boots to begin her day of chores at the Crossroads Ranch is one of Kristine Sheets..
Teena s open mic nights lead to a oeLobby Lounge Livea performance
Source: Mill Valley News | Feb 15, 2018 22:58:17
Natalia Betzler in the Lobby Lounge studio at Marin TV with her parents, Olga and Brett Betzler. Natalia Betzler, a 13-year-old student at Mill Valley Middle School who sings, plays keyboards and writes songs, is a newcomer to Marin, but she's be..
Katie Beacock: Reflections from Seadrift
Source: Mill Valley News | Feb 15, 2018 18:24:01
When Katie Beacock and her husband founded Seadrift Realty in 1973, the gated community just north of Stinson Beach was home to roughly 20 houses. Relocating from East Marin with their four-soon to be five-children, the couple built a home overlookin..
Native American art from the present and the past
Source: Mill Valley News | Feb 15, 2018 11:27:05
Figurines from Buffalo Barry's Indian Art are displayed at last year's American Indian Art Show. This year's edition takes place in San Rafael on Saturday-Sunday, Feb. 17-18...
a Light Up the Nighta in San Rafael promotes unity
Source: Mill Valley News | Feb 15, 2018 06:55:05
Sylvia Boornstein, right, was one of over a hundred people to attend the second annual Candlelight Walk to show their commitment to a united and diverse Marin community in downtown San Rafael, Calif. Wednesday, Feb. 14, 2018...
Marin Voice: Buying golf course saves a magnificent land for generationsa
Source: Mill Valley News | Feb 15, 2018 04:33:55
The San Geronimo Golf Course is a place of many memories for a good number of Marin residents. Perhaps it's where they first learned to golf or even scored a hole in one...
American Indian Art Show, NY Dog and Cat Film Festival are best bets
Source: Mill Valley News | Feb 14, 2018 23:41:37
Emerse yourself in antique and contemporary indigenous art at the 34th annual American Indian Art Show/Marin. The second-largest show of its kind, showcases textiles, pottery, jewelry, basketry, paintings and historic Native American objects, as well..
Valentinea s Day preparations across Marin
Source: Mill Valley News | Feb 14, 2018 16:28:21
Michael Dickinson picks up his order of rose petals for his girlfriend from Mara Chianaotto of Frangipani Flowers and Gifts in San Rafael. The day before Valentine's Day was a busy one in Marin for those buying and selling flowers, candy and ball..
Marin signs off on June toll increase ballot measure
Source: Mill Valley News | Feb 14, 2018 06:28:08
The Board of Supervisors voted Tuesday to sign off on putting a toll increase on the June ballot - not that they had a choice. Last month, the Bay Area Toll Authority board approved the toll issue - known as Regional Measure 3 or RM3 - for the June 5..
Novato man critically injured in Emeryville shooting
Source: Mill Valley News | Feb 14, 2018 01:41:35
Alex Madias, 26, was critically injured shortly after 9 p.m. Sunday at near the Amtrak station at 59th and Horton streets. The shooter ran off and has not been found, police said...
Marin filing period opens for June primary
Source: Mill Valley News | Feb 13, 2018 09:56:31
The filing period is underway for the June 5 statewide primary election, which could involve a slew of races with Marin representatives. The nomination period, which opened Monday, ends at 5 p.m. March 9, with an extension to March 14 for any seat fo..
In Your Town for Feb. 13, 2018
Source: Mill Valley News | Feb 13, 2018 05:49:25
An information session for veterans at the Marin County Civic Center has been postponed from Feb. 28 to March 28. The event will take place from 2 to 4 p.m. Mark Seely, an advocate for veterans, will be available to discuss issues such as health, dis..
San Rafael hot dog restaurant a " 800,000 dogs and counting
Source: Mill Valley News | Feb 13, 2018 01:43:07
Trevor, Stephanie and son Jack Martens inspect the interior space of the future Pond Farm Brewing Co. in San Rafael...