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San Rafael is a coastal city that is located in central California in the San Francisco Bay Area, more specifically in the North Bay region. The shoreline of the city has been designated as a historically significant place to a considerable extent due to its ability to accommodate land development, with underlying bay mud or saturated clayed silt of sometimes up to ninety feet in thickness. In some spots along the beach, the sandstone or shale rock outcrops through the mud.
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Marin public meetings: Dec. 11-15
Fairfax: Town Council and Planning Commission, 6:30 p.m., Fairfax Women's Club, 46 Park Road. Website: town-of-fairfax.org / The two bodies will conduct a joint discussion on various cannabis-related topics.SMART seeks $148,000 from FEMA for storm damage
The Sonoma-Marin Area Rail Transit agency is seeking federal emergency money after last winter's storms caused damage to the system, including a slide near the Puerto Suello Hill Tunnel in San Rafael. The SMART Board of Directors approved a request this week to seek $148,000 in Federal Emergency Management Agency funds for flood damage that destroyed electrical equipment, caused track problems and slides along the rail route.Dixie school board considers parcel tax option
Officials of the Dixie Elementary School District in north San Rafael this week reviewed a draft of a parcel tax measure they are thinking of placing on a May 8, 2018 all-mail ballot. If approved by voters, the measure, discussed at Tuesday's board of trustees meeting, would raise the current annual $352 per parcel tax by $118, to a total annual tax of $470, effective July 1, 2018.Marin Symphony concert, Marin Ballet performances are best bets
Beloved holiday classics and traditional carols make up the program for Marin Symphony's annual "Holiday Pops" concert. Led by music director Alasdair Neale, the family-friendly concert features performances by Marin Symphony, Marin Symphony Chorus and Marin Symphony Children's Chorus, as well as sing-alongs, special guests and complimentary treats afterwards.Editorial: Marin is slow to accept the will of voters on marijuana
That includes 77 percent of the voters in Sausalito and Fairfax, 61 percent in Belvedere, 66 percent in Tiburon, 68 percent in San Rafael and 64 percent in Novato. Even in Ross, Proposition 64 got a nearly 60 percent majority.Mini-Documentary: 'Everyone Loves Terrapin' Featuring Phil Lesh At Terrapin Crossroads
This past weekend, Terrapin Crossroads in San Rafael, California hosted a pair of Everyone Orchestra concerts dubbed Everyone Loves Terrapin . Filmmaker Todd Kushnir captured video of the all-star performances for a series of mini-documentaries and the first installment has been released.Restaurant review: Chonmage joins Marina s ramen scene
The interior of Chonmage in San Rafael offers a mix of light wood and Formica tables with black lacquered slab benches overhung with red Japanese wall accents and lanterns. Hours: Lunch 11:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. Tuesdays through Fridays, 12:30 to 3 p.m. Saturdays; Dinner 5 to 8:30 p.m. Tuesdays through Saturdays.Tenants, landlords slam Marin rent hike mediation plan
Searching for a way to make a dent in Marin's deepening affordable housing crisis, the Marin County Board of Supervisors is moving forward with a "mandatory mediation" ordinance. The ordinance would require landlords seeking rent increases over 5 percent during a 12-month period to enter into mediation with their tenants.San Rafael moves closer to district elections
A crowd gathers in the chambers before the San Rafael City Council. Monday's meeting was the second on a potential change from the current at-large elections - where each City Council member is elected citywide - to district elections, where candidates run to represent individual districts where they live.Bay Area firefighters head to Thomas Fire
Strike teams from Bay Area fire departments, including Mountain View, are responding to the Thomas Fire that has burned more than 45,000 acres of brush in Ventura County. Ten engines comprising 44 firefighters from Marin County Fire, San Rafael, Ross Valley, and Tiburon left this morning, Marin County Fire Battalion Chief Bret McTigue said.Lawmakers say California's proposed marijuana rules will hurt small family farms
Two legislators called Tuesday for changes to regulations for growing marijuana in California to better protect small family farmers from being driven out of business by big corporate cultivators. Initial proposals to cap licensed marijuana farms at one to four acres were discarded by the state Department of Food and Agriculture, which has since proposed new rules without any cap, according to a letter of complaint to the agency by State Sen. Mike McGuire and Assemblyman Jim Wood .In Your Town for Dec. 5, 2017
Davidson Middle School in San Rafael received $4,000 and Hamilton Meadow Park School in Novato received $5,000 for tutoring and mentoring programs. The event will be 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. in front of Costco at the Vintage Oaks Shopping Center.Editorial: San Rafael transit center planning must engage public
San Rafael city leaders and Golden Gate Bridge district officials face an opportunity to build a new downtown transit center that could become a local centerpiece. If done right, in the right location and designed to meet the changing demands of transportation, San Rafael could build a landmark building, with an attractive architectural look and amenities that could not only become a draw for downtown, but help remove the drudgery of waiting for a bus or a train.In Your Town for Dec. 4, 2017
The City Council has endorsed a plan for police to create a joint unit with San Rafael for high-risk emergencies. The council voted unanimously in favor of the plan at its meeting on Nov. 28. The San Rafael City Council had approved the plan previously.Marin crime crackdown targets San Rafael-Richmond corridor
A Marin task force issued 30 citations during a crackdown on vehicle offenses along Interstate 580 between San Rafael and Richmond. The operation targeted stolen vehicles, vehicles with no license plates and vehicles with paper dealership plates.Holiday shopping? Check out Sonoma Barracks gift store
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A state appeals court has upheld the life sentences for two men convicted of a gang-related murder attempt in the Hamilton neighborhood. The crime occurred on Jan. 3, 2011, at the Hamilton Marketplace shopping center, where two men were shot while sitting in a car.Marin public meetings:
Mill Valley: City Council, 6:30 p.m., City Council, 26 Corte Madera Ave. Website: cityofmillvalley.org . The council is congratulating the Mill Valley Market for raising nearly $1 million to local charitable organizations through the "shop and give" program over 30 years.Documentary captures Marin mana s transformational journey to India
Many would say Steven Newmark had it all. He was a successful psychotherapist, author and lecturer who lived in Mill Valley with all the trappings of wealth.Letter writer: Golf course deal an example of district elections
The Board of Supervisors' decision to purchase San Geronimo Golf Course is the best example of why not to have district elections. As clearly stated in multiple Dick Spotswood columns, the supervisors have an unwritten policy of voting with the local district supervisor on their pet projects.
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