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Civil servants brace for federal shutdown
As the nation teeters on the edge of a government shutdown, the Bay Area's federal agencies are preparing to close down indefinitely.... Last comment on Jan 22, 2018 at 9:52 am | 12 comments

City's partnership with Uber, Lyft stalls
Last year, Mountain View officials entered a deal to underwrite the costs of downtown Uber and Lyft rides in exchange for... Last comment on Jan 20, 2018 at 5:23 am | 6 comments

Supervisor Simitian proposes teacher housing in Palo Alto
To help teachers cope with the increasingly high cost of living in the Bay Area, Santa Clara County Supervisor Joe Simitian... Last comment 3 hours ago | 4 comments

 
 
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Amid legal threats, committee backs away from mobile home rent control
Surrounded by legal threats on all sides, Mountain View's Rental Housing Committee on Monday backed away from plans to bring the city's mobile home residents under the aegis of rent control. The decision was a reversal of last month's meeting when the rental committee acquiesced under the advice of their attorneys to begin drafting new regulations to curb rents on mobile homes. Tuesday, 1:47 PM

Caltrain starts annual count of riders
Caltrain started an annual onboard count of riders on Tuesday in order to obtain information for planning improvements, allocating resources and validating ridership estimates based on sales, the transit agency officials said.
Tuesday, 10:39 AM

Next winter storm is on the way
As the latest winter storm fades, the Bay will see more rain Wednesday and Thursday, National Weather Service officials said.
Monday, 4:11 PM | 1 comments

El Camino joins the fight against opioid crisis
As the death toll for opioid-related deaths climbs throughout the United States, El Camino Hospital officials say they're doubling down on ways to control the problem on a local level by keeping a close watch on prescription painkillers and offering more services for patients suffering from chronic pain. Monday, 12:33 PM | 1 comments

Victim identified in Caltrain incident
The first person fatally struck by a Caltrain in 2018 on Wednesday night has been identified as Mountain View resident Diane Harmon, according to the Santa Clara County medical examiner's office.
Monday, 12:23 PM | 3 comments

Supervisor Simitian proposes teacher housing in Palo Alto
To help teachers cope with the increasingly high cost of living in the Bay Area, Santa Clara County Supervisor Joe Simitian is proposing the county partner with local school districts and cities to build a 60- to 120-unit affordable housing complex in Palo Alto. Sunday, 8:03 PM | 4 comments

Eshoo: Government shutdown an 'embarrassment'
The federal government went into shutdown mode Saturday at midnight after the U.S. Senate failed to get the needed 60 votes for a bill to keep the government running on a short-term basis. Monday, 12:31 PM | 5 comments

Tens of thousands expected at Bay Area Women's Marches
Tens of thousands of people are expected to turn out Saturday in cities across the Bay Area -- and at Stanford University -- for a series of Women's Marches as part of a grassroots political movement to get more women into political office.
Saturday, 8:55 AM | 4 comments

Civil servants brace for federal shutdown
As the nation teeters on the edge of a government shutdown, the Bay Area's federal agencies are preparing to close down indefinitely. Starting Monday, thousands of civil servants are expecting to go on furlough as soon as they finish shutting down their operations.
Friday, 7:06 PM | 12 comments

City's partnership with Uber, Lyft stalls
Last year, Mountain View officials entered a deal to underwrite the costs of downtown Uber and Lyft rides in exchange for data to help guide the city's future transportation planning. But after nearly a year of discussions, city officials say they are no closer to reaching an agreement because both companies refuse to share their trip data. Friday, 1:17 PM | 6 comments

LASD school deal kicks off major office development
As part of a hard-fought effort to bring a new school to the San Antonio area, Mountain View City Council members reluctantly agreed to allow six dense projects -- five of them office developments -- to move forward despite being larger than the existing zoning allows. Friday, 9:59 AM | 18 comments

No injuries in kitchen fire
Mountain View firefighters responded to a Waverly Park home on Thursday after the homeowner reported the kitchen cabinets were on fire. Thursday, 4:37 PM

Police arrest man suspected of gym thefts
A 36-year-old San Jose man was arrested on Monday on suspicion of repeatedly stealing car keys, wallets and other items out of gym lockers in Mountain View and other nearby cities. Thursday, 2:51 PM

Council won't insist on new neighborhood school

Fatality on Caltrain tracks in Mountain View

Apple, Google buses damaged on I-280

County to hold LGBTQ meeting in Mountain View

 

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