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Councilman's proposal urges landlords to play nice
As many call for Mountain View to rein in skyrocketing housing rents, next week the City Council will consider a lighter... Last comment on Oct 7, 2015 at 6:03 pm | 27 comments

Hospital board torn on community benefit spending
El Camino Hospital has been thriving in recent years, bringing in millions of dollars more in profits than expected and budgeting... Last comment on Oct 7, 2015 at 10:19 pm | 11 comments

Poll reveals MV Whisman voters support parcel tax increase
It would be a close call, but initial poll results show that residents in the Mountain View Whisman School District would... Last comment 1 hour ago | 29 comments

Mountain View company gives skateboards a boost
For many transit users and commuters, the last mile can be the most difficult to travel. Sanjay Dastoor, John Ulmen, and... Last comment 22 hours ago | 15 comments

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School board looks back on a tumultuous year
Hostility, divisiveness and a tense relationship with district staff were all serious problems facing the Mountain View Whisman School District's school board this year, and now the trustees are looking to turn a new leaf. Friday, 10:41 AM

$2.5M bail for MV man suspected of ramming cop with car
A 25-year-old Mountain View man who was arrested after allegedly striking a San Francisco police officer with a vehicle in San Francisco's Bernal Heights neighborhood on Monday remains in custody, with bail set at $2.5 million.
Friday, 10:15 AM

Khan Academy's school goes back to the future
For years, Khan Academy has challenged the status quo in education, vowing to create a world-class education available to anyone through its free online lessons. Thursday, 9:50 PM

High-rise apartments win council's praise
Despite some grumblings about being "hosed" on affordable housing rules, the Mountain View City Council gave an otherwise enthusiastic thumbs-up Tuesday to a proposed 605-unit apartment complex at 400 San Antonio Road. The project, among the largest housing developments in the city's pipeline, was praised as a forward-thinking plan for creating denser residences in one of the fastest changing areas of the city.
Thursday, 11:39 AM | 20 comments

Council eyes voluntary rules for landlords
Following weeks of unrelenting complaints that rising rents are pricing out scores of tenants, the Mountain View City Council finally dipped its toes into the political tempest on Tuesday. It was the city's first substantive talks on what some describe as a regional rental crisis, but the meeting offered little more than a prelude to a string of further discussions to come.
Thursday, 10:43 AM | 10 comments

County OKs North County homeless shelters
The Santa Clara County Board of Supervisors on Tuesday approved a handful of homeless shelter programs that would provide 125 additional shelter beds during the cold winter months, including locations in Sunnyvale and Palo Alto. Thursday, 8:23 AM | 5 comments

Council picks Encinitas developer for downtown hotel
Mountain View's City Council on Tuesday picked a developer to build a downtown hotel that would replace a pair of public parking lots. The winning proposal came from the Robert Green Company of Encinitas to add a $110 million Joie de Vivre hotel to the Castro Street commercial hub.
Wednesday, 1:46 PM | 13 comments

Foothill Expressway blocked by fallen tree
A fallen tree was removed after blocking a major thoroughfare in Los Altos for about an hour this morning, police said.
Wednesday, 10:52 AM | 2 comments

MV meeting to discuss community-choice energy
An initiative to create a local energy alternative in the South Bay will get its first Mountain View community meeting Thursday. Tuesday, 2:50 PM | 13 comments

MV Chamber announces interim CEO
In a changing of the guard, the Mountain View Chamber of Commerce has appointed longtime board member Julie Hart Conde as the organization's interim CEO. Conde replaces longtime Chamber head Oscar Garcia, who left the position in September. Tuesday, 1:16 PM | 1 comments

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