By Julie Cart, Marin Independent Journal April 30th, 2017 CALmatters A slow-moving emergency is lapping at California’s shores — climate-driven sea-level rise that experts now predict could elevate the water in coastal areas up to 10 feet in just 70 years, gobbling up beachfront and overwhelming low-lying cities. The speed [...]
Save the date: Your newly elected Marin County Supervisor Rodoni responds to inquiries in Muir Beach!
Dennis Rodoni, the very new Marin County Supervisor in charge of district 4, will give us the honor of attending the CSD meeting May 3rd, 2017. Steve Kinsey was the supervisor representing Muir Beach to the Marin County Board for twenty (20) years, the longest serving member. With twenty years of history gone, this [...]
"The repairs for Highway 1 above Green Gulch will continue for longer than planned, related to additional construction issues" said Dennis Rodoni, yesterday. CalTrans is now looking at completion in summer. No specific dates in summer have been provided for the re-opening of the Highway. The goal for the re-opening of the north section of [...]
On February 26, 2017, Muir Beach residents gathered in working groups to discuss their wishes for their water system, economically, ecologically and socially. This was part of the Ad Hoc Water Committee Water Education Day. Process: Each group was assigned a facilitator and a note taker. Residents called out suggestions, which were captured [...]