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Council seeks to ease downtown parking woes
Mountain View City Council members agreed Tuesday night to explore a broad range of strategies aimed at freeing up parking... Last comment 18 hours ago | 20 comments

Council approves huge, 583-unit complex
At the Sept. 27 meeting, the Mountain View City Council unanimously gave the green light for one of the city's largest apartment... Last comment on Oct 19, 2016 at 9:54 pm | 71 comments

Hospital CEO's severance payout could reach $834,200
The El Camino Hospital board of directors said their goodbyes to hospital president and CEO Tomi Ryba Wednesday night, approving... Last comment on Oct 18, 2016 at 3:02 pm | 13 comments

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"Waldorf School ofthe Peninsula"
Waldorf Presents: A Renaissance in Education February 7 from 6 to 9 PM Mountain View Campus 180 North Rengstorff Avenue. This new exhibition-style event will feature middle and high school student academic work in the sciences, math, humanities and languages as well as present an array of offerings in music, Eurythmy and the fine and practical arts. For more information about Waldorf School of the Peninsula, see our website at Submitted by Waldorf School of the Peninsula on Jan 28, 2013

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Moffett Gateway wins council approval
A hotel and office development at a crucial highway juncture received a unanimous round of approvals from the Mountain View City Council on Tuesday night, despite some concerns over the project's traffic and environmental impacts.
Thursday, 1:54 PM | 11 comments

Editorial: Yes on Santa Clara County measures A, B
Two important measures on the Nov. 8 ballot ask Santa Clara County voters to approve a $950 million bond measure to build badly needed housing to serve homeless and low-income residents and a half-cent sales-tax increase to fund transportation projects over the next 30 years. Thursday, 11:42 AM | 5 comments

County voters to decide on Measure B half-cent sales tax
Voters will decide next month on a measure that would raise billions of dollars to help address many public transportation issues throughout Santa Clara County.
Thursday, 7:54 AM | 5 comments

Council seeks to ease downtown parking woes
Mountain View City Council members agreed Tuesday night to explore a broad range of strategies aimed at freeing up parking in the downtown area, after city surveys showed that every parking lot in the area is packed to the brim, forcing restaurant patrons to circulate endlessly.
Wednesday, 1:28 PM | 20 comments

Building unity at Foothill College
Foothill College's Umoja Scholars Program seeks to promote learning about African and African-American culture through a core set of pedagogies, curricula and practices, while also providing targeted support to students who might otherwise flounder at large community colleges. Wednesday, 11:28 AM | 1 comments

Measure A backers hope to put dent in housing crisis
What some officials say is the most significant measure in Santa Clara County history to help low- and moderate-income residents find affordable housing will come before voters on Nov. 8. Wednesday, 10:17 AM | 3 comments

Moffett Gateway project heads back to Council
In a packed agenda for Tuesday evening, the Mountain View City Council will consider a penultimate set of approvals for a massive office and hotel project slated to go near the Highway 101 and 85 interchange. Tuesday, 11:40 AM | 9 comments

Huge housing development raises hopes and fears
At face value, it's a proposal packed with exactly what Mountain View leaders want " a colossal new apartment complex that would single-handedly boost the city's affordable housing stock by about 15 percent.
Monday, 4:48 PM | 17 comments

Weekend rain totals beat all of October 2015
Since Thursday evening most places in the Bay Area got more rain than in all of October of last year, a National Weather Service meteorologist said.
Monday, 4:49 PM | 2 comments

Los Altos Hills: alleged stalker exchanged gunfire with occupant of home
A man injured in a shooting in a Los Altos Hills home Friday was allegedly a stalker who forced his way inside and opened fire before he was shot in return by one of the occupants, a Santa Clara County sheriff's spokesman said this morning.
Monday, 1:42 PM | 12 comments

Castro parents go back to school
At Castro Elementary, students aren't the only ones taking classes. Each week, dozens of parents take time out of their Saturday morning to attend a new course aimed at helping them better understand the school system and improve their English.
Monday, 11:20 AM | 1 comments

FEMA funds retrofits for Loma Prieta quake anniversary

Update: Man shot in Los Altos Hills neighborhood incident today

Hospital CEO's severance payout could reach $834,200

Uber driver arrested after alleged assault on parking enforcement officer

Editorial endorsement: Measure V is the right choice to protect renters and the community

Election 2016: Council race finds Mountain View at pivotal juncture

Opposition mailer draws backlash from rent-control groups

Election 2016: Mountain View voters face dueling rental measures

Election 2016: LASD parcel tax measure heads to district voters


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