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More than 100 arrested at Shoreline rave
The speakers didn't go up to 11 last weekend at the Beyond Wonderland electronica dance festival. Though the number of narcotics-related... Last comment 27 minutes ago | 12 comments

State's 3-foot buffer zone for cyclists takes effect
A new state law requiring motorists to keep a 3-foot buffer zone when overtaking or passing bicyclists took effect today.... Last comment 4 hours ago | 39 comments

Op-Ed: The city needs housing, not just offices
At the end of the Tuesday's City Council study session on the North Bayshore Precise Plan, some council members urged that... Last comment 2 hours ago | 12 comments

Op-ed: Adding housing to North Bayshore won't solve any problems
The three main reasons people give for wanting to build housing in North Bayshore are to reduce the Green House Gas (GHG)... Last comment 3 hours ago | 17 comments

 
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"Young Children's Spring Faire"
May 4, 2013 from 10 AM to 2 PM. Come celebrate spring and experience Waldorf education for the young child (nursery and kindergarten ages). More Information: http://waldorfpeninsula.org/images/pdfs/2012-13/2013-spring-faire-flyer.pdf Submitted by Waldorf School of the Peninsula on Apr 15, 2013

 
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Update: City Council candidate forums
October will be a busy month for City Council candidate forums, including a new one this election year organized by Peninsula Interfaith Action, rescheduled from Sept. 25 to Oct. 10 so as not to conflict with the Jewish holiday of Rosh Hashanah. Tuesday, 3:02 PM

Springer families save energy to fund school
Why have a bake sale when you can turn off the lights and adjust the thermostat? A Bay Area tech company has partnered up with Springer Elementary School in a pilot program that would allow families to raise money for the school by saving energy at home, with a starting goal of $10,000. Tuesday, 12:08 PM | 1 comments

A one-stop source for health care classes
Foothill College has partnered up with a medical training company to help health care professionals to stay certified in their field. Tuesday, 8:51 AM

More than 100 arrests at Shoreline rave
The speakers didn't go up to 11 last weekend at the Beyond Wonderland electronica dance festival. Though the number of narcotics-related arrests remained high this year, police say that noise complaints from nearby residents dropped by more than 75 percent -- in part because of careful planning and lessons learned from last year. Monday, 1:47 PM | 12 comments

Op-Ed: The city needs housing, not just offices
At the end of the Tuesday's City Council study session on the North Bayshore Precise Plan, some council members urged that the entire proposed 3.4 million square feet of offices be quickly built to bring in money to pay for transportation and other improvements.
I urge the Mountain View City Council to slow down and not approve this plan as-is. Monday, 11:14 AM | 12 comments

Op-ed: Adding housing to North Bayshore won't solve any problems
The three main reasons people give for wanting to build housing in North Bayshore are to reduce the Green House Gas (GHG) emissions from commuters by having people live close to work, to improve the workers' quality of life by not having a long commute, and to create additional affordable housing in Mountain View.
I believe we should not build housing in North Bayshore area because doing so would not achieve any of these desirable effects. Monday, 11:14 AM | 17 comments

Silicon Valley Community Foundation to get $7.5M grant
Silicon Valley Community Foundation in Mountain View will receive $7.5 million from the federal Social Innovation Fund to improve reading skills in San Mateo County, where 42 percent of third-graders cannot read proficiently, according to a foundation press release. Monday, 10:53 AM | 4 comments

Community shuttle route still up in the air
Though set to begin service this fall, the route and schedule still haven't been decided for the free community shuttles Google has donated to the city. Monday, 10:13 AM | 2 comments

Bicyclist seeks damages after collision with police car
The city of Mountain View has rejected a claim filed by a bicyclist seeking damages after he was allegedly struck by a police car last year. Friday, 1:54 PM | 34 comments

Military gear on its way to Mountain View police

Council sacks increase in paper bag fee

Police seek car burglary suspects

Parents rally around teacher pay issue

Crime briefs: Walmart arrests, cocaine sales and laptop theft

City to impose fines on water-wasters

Candidate threatened by campaign sign vandal

Stanford professor wins 'genius grant'

No labor peace for hotel on city land

State's 3-foot buffer zone for cyclists takes effect

 

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