Housing advocates deliver signatures to overturn Mountain View's RV ban
Housing advocates delivered a referendum petition with thousands of voter signatures to Mountain View City Hall late Friday afternoon in an effort to overturn a sweeping RV ban that they see as an attack on the homeless.
Friday, 6:10 PM
Mountain View Whisman board approves $259M school bond measure for March 2020 ballot
The Mountain View Whisman School District is asking voters to approve a $259 million bond aimed at fixing old school facilities and preparing for a surge of new students caused by rapid housing growth in Mountain View.
Friday, 1:43 PM | 5 comments
City approves four-story downtown office project
Right across from Mountain View's main transit center, a new four-story office building is being slated for development. At its Monday, Nov. 18 meeting, the City Council gave unanimous approval to plans by the San Francisco-based firm Friday, 11:49 AM | 5 comments
Guest opinion: Natural gas ban is important step for climate protection
In a guest opinion in the Nov. 15 issue, Mountain View resident and Carbon Free Mountain View board member IdaRose Sylvester writes about why she supports the city's natural gas ban. Friday, 9:58 AM | 2 comments
Housing advocates expect to overturn parking ban
Housing advocates said Wednesday that they plan to deliver a referendum petition with thousands of voter signatures to City Hall later this week in an effort to overturn a sweeping RV ban that they see as an attack on the homeless. Thursday, 1:16 PM | 22 comments
Wood burning bans now in effect year-round on Spare the Air days
Wood burning bans will now be in effect year-round on Spare the Air days in the Bay Area after a vote Wednesday by the region's air quality regulatory board. Thursday, 10:43 AM
City Council dumps high-density vision for Terra Bella amid protests from neighbors
An ambitious plan that would have set the stage for dense development in the Terra Bella area of Mountain View got axed Monday night, after council members voted 7-0 to reject it. Thursday, 9:31 AM | 3 comments
Judge blocks religious refusal rule that would've put Santa Clara county at risk of losing $1B
A U.S. judge in San Francisco on Tuesday struck down a new rule that would've allowed health care workers to refuse to provide care for religious reasons and blocked the county from billions in funding. Wednesday, 11:22 AM
Chick-fil-A quietly starts delivering out of DoorDash kitchen in Redwood City
By Elena Kadvany | 63 comments | 10,109 views
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