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May 11, 2012
2012 Slurry Seal Program
American Asphalt is under contract with the City to provide slurry sealing of certain streets for this year's project. The Project is targeted for the week of May 21, 2012.
Slurry Seal is an asphalt sealcoat that is a very economical surface treatment that prolongs the life of the asphalt by stopping erosion of the pavement and oxidation from the sun. Timely preventative maintenance like this helps avoid very costly street rebuilding in the future.
We realize the inconvenience caused by limiting access to your street during the project. Please consider that the inconvenience caused at this time is very small compared to what could occur later if this required protection is not conducted.
Driving or walking on the new slurry material before it has cured will damage the street and will stick to your shoes, be splattered up onto your car and will track into and onto driveways, carpets, and floors. The material is highly adhesive but can be removed from vehicles with tar removers available from local auto parts stores.
Streets to be sealed will be posted "No Parking" for 2 to 3 days in advance of the project. Please watch for signage. Road Closures may start as early as 7 am. With reasonable drying conditions, streets should be reopened by 5 pm. Pedestrian access will be eliminated on streets without sidewalks. Please do not allow water to run onto the pavement during slurry sealing work. Weather conditions may change the schedule.
Impacted streets are:
* Beach Road from Main Street to Teal/San Rafael Avenue
* Community Road from Mallard Road to Leeward Road
* Bayview Avenue from Laurel to Beach Road
* Bella Vista from Fern to Hawthorne Lane
* Belvedere Avenue from Oak to Pine Avenue
Existing pavement markings will be removed preceding the slurry work and then replaced. The project is targeted for the week of May 21, 2012. For questions, please contact Public Works Manager, Scott Derdenger at (415) 435-4111 or via email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Marin County Bay-Friendly Garden Tour set for Saturday, May 19 from 10 am to 4 pm
The annual Garden Tour will open gates to over 65 gardens located in geographic clusters in Alameda, Marin, Napa and Santa Clara counties.
This year’s host gardens represent the many different styles of Bay-Friendly. You will find urban homesteads with orchards, chickens and bees, greywater installations by local experts, and drought tolerant replacements for water thirsty lawns. The host gardeners themselves are a diverse group that includes permaculturists, native plant enthusiasts, do-it-yourselfers and landscape professionals.
Register at www.bayfriendlygardentour.org to purchase a tour guidebook with garden directions, descriptions and entrance tickets for tour dates.
For more information, visit www.bayfriendlygardentour.org or call (510) 859-8026 x2.
Concerts at Old St. Hilary's Landmark
Friday, May 18, 2012, 8 pm - MUSAE
Old St. Hilary’s Landmark, 201 Esperanza, Tiburon.
Beat the Drum; Dance and Sing!
Featuring music for women's voices and drums, this program explores rhythms and dances from a variety of cultures. Works include contemporary compositions by Stephen Paulus and David Dickau; folksongs from Venezuela, Lebanon, and Egypt; and the premiere of two newly commissioned arrangements by Mexican composer José Galván.
Presented by: Belvedere-Tiburon Landmarks Society and Tiburon Heritage & Arts.
Tickets $15 & 20, available at the Landmarks Office, Tiburon Town Hall and Brown Paper Tickets:
There is no parking at Old St. Hilary’s. Please park at the Boardwalk Shopping Center and take a shuttle to the concert. Shuttle service begins at 7:30 p.m.
More info: www.landmarks-society.org, 415-435-1853
Belvedere-Tiburon Landmarks Looking For An Intern
The Belvedere-Tiburon Landmarks Society is looking for a summer intern to work on their Homes Legacy Project. The purpose of the Homes Legacy Project is two pronged, to continue a historical homes survey that was conducted in the 1970’s and to the record the oral histories of the residents of these homes.
The ideal intern will have
- Excellent communication skills- possibly some experience doing oral histories
- Computer Literacy- particularly in Microsoft Windows and Word
- Have an outgoing nature and great organizational skills
- Be comfortable photographing buildings and rooms
- Have an interest in local history and architecture
- A driver’s license and use of a car would be useful
Working under the direction of the Landmarks archivist, the intern will be responsible for setting up appointments with residents, visiting them in their homes to conduct the survey and eliciting their personal histories and recollections.
The mission of the Belvedere-Tiburon Landmarks Society is to acquire, preserve and maintain artifacts, landmarks, and open space of local historic significance and make them available to the public.
The Landmarks Society of Belvedere and Tiburon manages and maintains the Old St. Hilary's Landmark and the surrounding wildflower preserve, the China Cabin, the Railroad Ferry & Depot Museum, and the Landmarks Art and Garden Center.
The Landmarks History Collections includes photographs, fine art, artifacts, maps, documents, and a reference library. The Society activities include historic publications, botanical and architectural tours, concerts, lectures, and exhibits. For information, contact Landmarks at (415) 435-1853.
Questions About Marin Clean Energy?
Marin Clean Energy has a session coming up for Marin County residents -
Date: Tuesday, May 22
Time: 6:30 pm
Location: Mill Valley City Hall, 26 Corte Madera Avenue in Mill Valley
The information sessions will provide residents the opportunity to learn more about Marin Clean Energy (MCE), a program to collectively buy renewable power on behalf of Marin County residents, cities and towns.
Under the program, all Marin County residents will be automatically enrolled in the program, or they can choose to opt out and remain with PG&E. The program presents residents with two options - a "Light Green" option, with 50 percent renewable power, or a "Dark Green" option, with 100 percent renewable power.
MCE will offer electric service to all Marin County customers this July. Every electric customer in Marin will be enrolled in MCE's Light Green 50 percent renewable energy option unless the customer chooses to opt out. Customers will receive three notices from MCE prior to their enrollment and these will be delivered in early April, mid-April, and mid-May. Customers who do not opt out will also receive two notices after their enrollment with Marin Clean Energy in late July and late August. The first two notices will be in the form of a letter and the final three will be in the form of a post card.
To learn more about Marin Clean Energy or to opt out of the program, visit www.marincleanenergy.com or call (888) 632-3674.
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