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Current News & Events

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Posted 4/21/17: Loch Lomond Marina Update

On Monday April 17, 2017, the Coalition’s Marina Committee met with the S.R. Community Development Department (CDD) and S.R. Dept. of Public Works (DPW) for our regular monthly review of the developments at The Village at Loch Lomond Marina (aka “The Strand”). The Bay Conservation and Development Commission (BCDC) also participated by ... [Read more...]

Posted 4/20/17: Drug Activity at Loch Lomond Marina

There have been recent postings on Nextdoor as well as observations by the Marina Committee of drug activity in the public areas of the Loch Lomond Marina. This has been noted at the playground spit in the form of discarded needles found there. The co-chairs of the Coalition's Marina Committee ... [Read more...]

Posted 4/18/17: Marin Sea Level Rise Vulnerability Community Meeting 4/19

How vulnerable is Marin County to sea level rise? Get involved and find out! The newly released, multi-agency vulnerability assessment of future flooding along Marin's bay shoreline will be introduced TOMORROW, April 19, in San Rafael. The public meeting will present the ramifications for ALL RESIDENTS AND BUSINESSES, even those ... [Read more...]

Posted 4/13/17: Community Meeting May 2 - East San Rafael Public Transit Options

The Point San Pedro Road Coalition has been working with Marin Transit to explore options for providing some form of public transportation to serve the East San Rafael Peninsula. To date, the Coalition and Marin Transit has conducted an on-line transit demand assessment survey last year and held a community ... [Read more...]

Posted 4/5/17: Umbrella Group Monthly Meeting Notes from March 29, 2017

The Coalition meets monthly with the City of San Rafael along with two other umbrella groups (Federation of San Rafael Neighborhoods and Coalition of North San Rafael) to discuss activities, concerns and/or issues that are not readily addressed directly with the appropriate City agencies or where there is concern about the City’s approach. ... [Read more...]

Posted 3/26/17: San Rafael High School Construction Project FEIR

In November 2015, San Rafael residents approved a bond measure that would fund improvements to San Rafael Schools. Among these improvements were the modernization of the stadium complex at San Rafael High School. As part of the project procedure, the San Rafael School District, under provisions of the California Environmental ... [Read more...]

Posted 3/9/17: Year 1 Loch Lomond Marina Wetlands Monitoring Rpt.

One of the conditions of the permits for The Village at Loch Lomond was an annual analysis of the wetlands restoration portion of that project for the first five years. The first year's analysis is below. Not surprising given this year's wet winter conditions, the wetlands appear to be thriving. [Read more...]

Posted 2/8/17: Energy Upgrade California Rebates

The following was provided by the Marin County Community Development Agency: Has it been too cold in your home this winter? Marin homeowners are eligible for rebates and free technical support through the Energy Upgrade California ® Home Upgrade program. Rebates of up to $6,800 are available for projects including ... [Read more...]

Posted 1/14/17: Summary of 1/10 Community Meeting on East Rafael Public Transit Options

The Point San Pedro Road Coalition held a community meeting on January 10 at San Pedro School. to explore with Marin Transit implementation of public transit options to serve East San Rafael. Unfortunately, that night, San Rafael had experienced a severe winter storm, thus making it difficult for many area ... [Read more...]

Posted 1/3/17: Marin IJ Article - Quarrel over quarry asphalt heads to appeals court

Following is an article that appeared on the front page of the Sunday, January 1, 2017 Marin Independent Journal: [Read more...]
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