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May 20 Debut of New City Website
How Belvedere Notifications & Belvedere E-Notifications Are Designed
City Hall Terrace Waterproofing Repairs
Beach Road Retaining Wall Project
There is still an unexplained leopard shark death in the San Francisco Bay. The California Department of Fish and Game is collecting data to determine issues surrounding the death. If anyone sees a dead or strangely acting shark in the Bay, the Audubon is asking if you could take a photo (ideally with the GPS point of the shark's location) and email it to the Center's Director, Brooke Langston (firstname.lastname@example.org).
There is no plan to "rescue" the sharks but the California Department of Fish and Game is asking for assistance with the data collection. Ideal information would be: date, time, specific location, alive/dead, scavenged, size, and GPS coordinates.
Beginning May 14th through the 27th, the Marin County Department of Public Works in collaboration with Marin Sanitary Service and Redwood Empire Disposal will host a Free Waste Tire Recycling Event. This event will be held at Marin Resource Recovery Center in San Rafael and the Public Works Nicasio Corporation Yard in Nicasio. The two disposal locations are: Marin Resource Recovery Center (located at 565 Jacoby Street in San Rafael) open Monday - Saturday from 8am - 4pm, and Nicasio Corp Yard (located at 5600 Nicasio Valley Road) open Monday-Saturday from 9am to 3pm.
This Free Waste Tire Collection Program is limited to Marin residents and excludes businesses. Residents can bring up to nine (9) tires per trip, limited to passenger car and pickup truck tires only, with or without rims.
The goal of this program is to collect up to 2,800 tires and is funded through a grant from the California Department of Resources, Recycling and Recovery (CalRecycle). The Marin County Public Works Department has collected over 19,000 tires at similar events over the past 7 years.
For more information, download the attached flyer.