AGENDA for Special MeetingThursday October 8, 2015, 7:00 pmGCSD Meeting Room, 504 Avenue Alhambra, 3 rd Floor, El Granada
(7:00) Call to Order -- Councilmember self-introductions
Public Comment (Members of the public may speak up to 3 minutes on any topic not onthe agenda. The Council may not discuss or take action on items not on the agenda.)
Special Agenda – The Council holds this special meeting to do timely interviews ofthe applicants for the...
Toilet Lids Down
It’s been years since my article, Heroes are Listed Alphabetically, was published. Fred and Jackie would follow me, on my bike, on the Montara trails. As I lay broken, in eleven places, Fred stood over me until help arrived. I think that will be my final memory. I will also remember my wife sleeping next to him on the floor during his last...
Beginning on January 1, 2016 New Leaf Community Markets will implement new wage scales for all store positions, and the starting wage for all New Leaf store staff will increase from $10.30 to $12.00 per hour. New Leaf has always had an internal starting wage that is higher than the federal and state minimum, and offers a generous compensation and benefits package. The company’s new starting wage will be higher...
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This is a companion discussion topic for the original entry at http://coastsider.com/site/news/nws_lots_of_high_clouds_will_allow_for_filtered_viewing_or_glimpses_of_toni
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Shark Stewards, Greater Farallones National Marine Sanctuary,
& Farallones Marine Sanctuary Association invite you to:
Saturday, October 17th, 11 am - 4 pm
Greater Farallones National Marine Sanctuary Visitor Center
991 Marine Drive, The Presidio, San Francisco, CA 94129
Celebrate the Annual Return of White Sharks to the Gulf of the Farallones
• Shark Science
• Shark Experts
• Shark Art
Location: GCSD meeting room, 304 Ave Alhambra, El GranadaSee www.midcoastcommunitycouncil.org for documents
1. Board of Supervisors’ Report and Reports from other Government Officials2. Public Comment & Announcements (Members of the public may speak up to 3 minutes on any topic not on the agenda. Please fill out a speaker slip. The Council may not discuss or take action on items not on the agenda.)3. Consent Agenda (Items generally...
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The Bay Area needs to receive more than 190% of its typical precipitation in order to be considered out of its drought. In this case, out of the drought means out of the bottom 20% of all five-year periods in the historical record. And the odds don’t favor higher-than-nornal precipitation in northern California.
According to climate.gov, “This is a ton of...