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Council nixes left turns at Castro train crossing
Erring on the side of caution for pedestrians seeking safe passage across Central Expressway, Mountain View City Council... Last comment on May 19, 2018 at 2:49 pm | 12 comments

School board mulls relocating hundreds of students
Big changes in school attendance boundaries and transfer policies could mean that as many as 800 students may be moved from... Last comment on May 17, 2018 at 9:10 pm | 53 comments

 
 
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"NYC Marathon Here in Mtn View"
Long-time Mountain View resident and NYC Marathon runner Lynda Turkus was one of the 38,000 athletes on hand to witness Super Storm Sandy's terrible destruction earlier this month. When the race was cancelled Lynda made sure her original donations were delivered to Team for Kids. Then, on Nov 18 she brought the spirit of rebuilding through the streets of her St. Francis Acres neighborhood - and a little beyond. With the help of family and friends, Lynda ran a mapped 26.2-mile course - this time for "Race for Recovery", the marathoners' fund to help the victims of the hurricane. She finished big, just in front of her house, amidst cheering well-wishers in a time of 6 hours 22 min. For donation info go to http://www.crowdrise.com/nyrrsandyrelief Submitted by Carla Kenworthy on Nov 20, 2012

 
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10 cities and counties reach partial lead paint settlement
Ten California cities and counties have announced a $60 million settlement with one of three paint companies on the hook for cleaning up lead paint hazards in older houses. Sunday, 6:30 PM

Letters to the editor: May 18
This week, letters to the editor about Measure V and the June 5 ballot measure to recall Judge Persky. Saturday, 10:26 AM | 1 comments

Editorial: Recall Judge Persky
Santa Clara County Superior Court Judge Persky abused his discretion, disrespected a jury, failed a crime victim and broke trust with the public he serves. Friday, 11:21 AM | 26 comments

Rare WWII aircraft coming to Moffett
The Wings of Freedom Tour, a roving collection of vintage World War II aircraft, will be at Moffett Field on public display, starting on Friday. The antique fleet of U.S. military aircraft includes rare planes believed to be among the last of their kind. Friday, 10:09 AM | 1 comments

Condos to replace rent-controlled apartments
More than a dozen rent-controlled apartments will be demolished to make way for condominiums, thanks to a series of City Council approvals. Friday, 10:08 AM

City to end free waste dumping for RV dwellers
People living out of motor homes on the streets of the Mountain View will no longer be provided with a free service for cleaning out their septic tanks, based on Tuesday night's City Council decision. Thursday, 12:19 PM | 11 comments

Court hears appeal of prelim injunction that kept DACA
A panel of U.S. appeals court judges appeared to give a cool reception Tuesday to a government lawyer who urged them to overturn a preliminary injunction by a federal judge in San Francisco that protected undocumented young immigrants from deportation. Thursday, 11:37 AM

Council nixes left turns at Castro train crossing

Analysis of Judge Persky's 'pattern' cases

Foothill instructor resigns from Santa Clara City Council

 

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Opening alert: Dumpling Garden in Mountain View
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Always Moving: Jazmin Toca's Tale of Joy, Disability, and Purpose
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Couples: Do you Really Agree or are you Afraid of not Agreeing?
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Best of Mountain View ballot is here

It's time to decide what local business is worthy of the title "Best Of Mountain View" — and you get to decide! Cast your ballot online. Voting ends May 28th. Stay tuned for the results in the July 20th issue of the Mountain View Voice.

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