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The first challenge for the region is to develop a Sustainable Communities Strategy called for in 2008 state legislation (SB 375). This law calls upon the region and other areas throughout California to reduce transportation-related greenhouse gas emissions. The Bay Area's regional agencies, together with their local government partners, nonprofit organizations, business and community groups, and interested Bay Area residents, are working together through this effort to tackle pressing issues such as accommodating population growth while keeping the region affordable for all our residents, preserving open spaces, protecting our environment, and getting residents where they need to go, when they need to get there.
For more information or to join the conversation, visit OneBayArea.org.
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According to the Alzheimer's Association, more than 6000 Marin County residents live with Alzheimer's disease or related dementia; most of them live at home and are cared for by family members. "We have an aging population on the Belvedere/Tiburon Peninsula," said Claire McAuliffe, Vice President of the Belvedere Community Foundation, "and we want to be sure that our friends and neighbors are not isolated. Caring for a family member with dementia is a full-time job. Our mission at the Belvedere Community Foundation is to enhance the quality of life of our neighbors. That's why we are supporting the Club at Senior Access in Belvedere with this gift."
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During the 2011 Walk Your History event, Belvedere-Tiburon Landmarks will host the Year of the China - if you haven't had an opportunity to visit one of Belvedere's significant landmarks - here's you chance!