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Editorial: Cities need to heed shift in sales tax revenue
Source: Corte Madera | Jul 17, 2018 02:14:33
Thirty years ago, just after voters approved Proposition 13 property tax cuts, San Rafael officials weren't echoing the doom-and-gloom mantra relayed by many other Marin officials. San Rafael officials pointed to their steady stream of sales tax ..
Marin recycler asks residents to help sort recyclables for pilot program
Source: Corte Madera | Jul 14, 2018 04:42:35
Jim Iavarone of Mill Valley Refuse Service shows off a recycle symbol sticker. Beginning Sept...
Corte Madera tennis courts getting resurfaced
Source: Corte Madera | Jul 12, 2018 05:51:40
The tennis courts at Corte Madera Town Park are expected to reopen on Monday after a $34,000 upgrade is complete...
San Rafaela s controversial downtown senior project advances
Source: Corte Madera | Jul 12, 2018 03:33:49
The assisted living center, as depicted in a design rendering, would include 77 units with monthly rents of about $6,000. The San Rafael Planning Commission split sharply this week over whether to place a high-end senior assisted living center on a p..
Corte Madera couple honored for disaster network
Source: Corte Madera | Jul 08, 2018 22:58:40
A Corte Madera husband-and-wife team who founded the Neighborhood Response Group program are sharing the town's Citizen of the Year/Lifetime Achievement Award. John and Lee Howard founded Marin's first Neighborhood Response Group in 2007 in t..
Corte Madera approves increase in garbage rates
Source: Corte Madera | Jul 08, 2018 02:27:36
Residents in Corte Madera will soon be paying 13.77 percent more for garbage collection and recycling by Mill Valley Refuse Service. And similar rate increases have been proposed for all communities in the garbage hauler's service area, including..
Literary guide, July 8
Source: Corte Madera | Jul 06, 2018 20:07:46
"Al Capone Throws Me a Curve: Tales From Alcatraz" and "The Alcatraz Escape." 4 p.m. Books Inc., 1375 Burlingame Ave., Burlingame...
a A slice of Americanaa : Marin celebrates Independence Day
Source: Corte Madera | Jul 04, 2018 23:34:05
Scouts and their leaders march in the Independence Day parade on Wednesday in downtown Novato. Annalyn Peluso and her family arrived for Wednesday's Larkspur-Corte Madera Fourth of July parade around 7:45 a.m., more than 2 1/2 hours before the an..
Editorial: On the Fourth of July we celebrate the legacy of our foundersa vision
Source: Corte Madera | Jul 03, 2018 06:30:25
Preparations are already well underway for community celebrations for the Fourth of July holiday, marking 242 years since 56 delegates signed the handwritten Declaration of Independence. From the beach at Bolinas to Grant Avenue in downtown Novato, l..
Marin road projects jeopardized by gas tax repeal bid
Source: Corte Madera | Jul 03, 2018 02:08:45
Dozens of Marin road projects are in line to get funding in part by a recent gas tax increase, but an effort to repeal that hike in November would put the work in peril. The California Transportation Commission last week approved an initial list of c..
Corte Madera teen heading to Grammy Camp
Source: Corte Madera | Jul 01, 2018 22:55:06
There are plenty of talented Marin kids heading for elite training camps this summer, but Nicolas Meringolo struck gold. The Corte Madera 17-year-old was one of only 88 teens hand-picked to attend Grammy Camp at the University of Southern California ..
Golden Gate ferry damage could be offset by wetland work
Source: Corte Madera | Jun 28, 2018 04:12:58
Golden Gate Bridge officials have put forth a $1.2 million plan to restore wetlands in Corte Madera to mitigate for environmental damage caused by ferry operations. Because of dredging at the Larkspur Ferry Terminal and operations of high-speed ferri..
A summer day that changed everything
Source: Corte Madera | Jun 18, 2018 19:48:45
It was the summer of 1947. I was 5 years old and feeling 15. The reason for my sense of maturity was the Saturday mornings spent with my dad...
New call in Marin for just-cause eviction ordinance
Source: Corte Madera | Jun 17, 2018 03:47:22
Pressure on the Marin County Board of Supervisors to adopt a just-cause housing ordinance is increasing as a community advisory group formed to identify barriers to fair housing put adoption of such an ordinance at the top of its wish list. Passage o..
Six Votes Still Separate Candidates In Corte Madera Council Race
Source: Corte Madera | Jun 16, 2018 05:20:39
Election results in three close Marin County races did not change with this afternoon's 5 p.m. update. Marin County Supervisor Judy Arnold has retained her Fifth District seat with 51.79 percent of the vote...
Marin unemployment rate 2 percent in May
Source: Corte Madera | Jun 16, 2018 00:50:49
Marin County's unemployment rate was 2 percent in May, making Marin the county with the second-lowest rate in the state, according to the state Employment Development Department. Marin's jobless rate was down from a revised 2.1 percent in Apr..
Marin election: Arnold declares victory in tight supervisorial race
Source: Corte Madera | Jun 14, 2018 04:25:14
With 19,800 vote-by-mail ballots added to the count Wednesday, Arnold held a 557-vote lead over challenger Toni Shroyer. Marin County Registrar of Voters Lynda Roberts said only about 550 more District 5 ballots remain to be counted...
Tiburon man dies in possible drowning in Paradise Cay
Source: Corte Madera | Jun 14, 2018 02:11:10
A 63-year-old Tiburon man died Monday in a possible drowning at the Paradise Cay Yacht Harbor on the northern end of the peninsula. The Marin County Sheriff's Office said the incident at 300 Trinidad Drive in Tiburon was reported at about 5:50 p...
RH expects stronger growth as it sharpens focus
Source: Corte Madera | Jun 12, 2018 04:02:48
Home-goods retailer RH beat earnings expectations in its latest quarter and lifted its outlook, as the company said its focus on membership and changes to its supply chain and distribution network have helped its bottom line. Shares in the Corte Made..
Top-down and bottom-up controls on southern New England salt marsh crab populations
Source: Corte Madera | Jun 11, 2018 19:03:38
Raposa, K., R. Mckinney, C. Wigand, J. Hollister, C. Lovall, K. Szura, J. Gurak, J. McNamee, C. Raithel, AND E. Watson. Top-down and bottom-up controls on southern New England salt marsh crab populations...
Marin supervisor Arnold edges past Shroyer as count continues
Source: Corte Madera | Jun 09, 2018 04:06:16
Incumbent Marin County Supervisor Judy Arnold took a razor-thin lead over her challenger Toni Shroyer on Friday as the Marin County registrar released new vote totals after Tuesday's primary election - with many thousands more to count. On Wednes..
Marin supervisor, Corte Madera council races uncertain
Source: Corte Madera | Jun 07, 2018 02:01:00
With an estimated 46,000 vote-by-mail and provisional ballots left to count, the outcome of Marin County's District 5 supervisorial race and Corte Madera's Town Council race remain in doubt. At this point, Realtor Toni Shroyer holds a 124-vot..
Marin prosecutor Frugoli leads DA race in early results
Source: Corte Madera | Jun 06, 2018 04:31:28
Deputy District Attorney Lori Frugoli is leading a three-way race for Marin County district attorney in early returns released Tuesday night. Frugoli, A.J. Brady, Lori Frugoli and Anna Pletcher are battling to become the county's 25th top prosecu..
Restaurant review: Marin Pizza, fresh, fast, tasty and reasonable
Source: Corte Madera | Jun 05, 2018 23:52:10
The general feel of Marin Pizza in the Corte Madera Town Center is urban rustic with polished live edge redwood tables, exposed brick walls, an open duct ceiling and concrete floors. If you thought there's nothing new in pizzerias, think again...
Corte Madera council poised to vote on drive-thru
Source: Corte Madera | Jun 04, 2018 04:17:12
The proposal to open a restaurant at 5839 Paradise Drive off Highway 101, the 1.1-acre site of a former Denny's diner, will be reviewed by the Town Council at 6:30 p.m. Monday at Town Hall, 300 Tamalpais Drive. "I'm anxious to see their propo..
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