March 14-18, 2022WHAT YOU MAY HAVE MISSED THIS WEEK:
Fairfax To Hold Spring Break Skate Camp
"The town of Fairfax will hold a mini skate camp over spring break. Spring Break Skate Camp will be held April 4 to 8 from 10 a.m. to noon at Fairfax Skate Park. The camp is open to eight kids (grades K-8). Participants will learn fundamentals of skateboarding at the camp."
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Sausalito to ban gas-powered landscaping equipment
"Sausalito is planning a ban on gas-powered landscape equipment within the city. The topic was discussed at a City Council meeting on March 8. The council directed staff to draft an ordinance that immediately banned gas-powered leaf blowers and return it to the council for consideration and a vote. Mayor Janelle Kellman said during the meeting that the ban should include “an aggressive phase-out period” for other gas-powered landscaping equipment, including some still used by city maintenance staff."
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SMART allots $2.5M for Marin path projects
"SMART has approved a $2.5 million contract to complete designs for its walking and bicycling path network in Marin County. The Sonoma Marin Area Rail Transit District has already built about half of the 14 miles of its planned path between its Larkspur and northern Novato train stations. About 6 miles of the unbuilt segments from northern San Rafael through Novato have yet to undergo design and permitting work."
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Marin County To Establish 38 Miles Of Shaded Fuel Breaks In Effort To Prevent Massive Wildfires
"As horrific wildfires have ravaged the state for the last five years, Marin County isn’t waiting to be the next casualty. They’re launching one of the largest fire-prevention efforts in Bay Area history. When Bernie Casey goes dog-walking in an area above Larkspur called the Citron Bowl, the specter of wildfire is never far from her mind."
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Marin Municipal Water District bans new decorative turf
"The Marin Municipal Water District is prohibiting businesses and government agencies from installing new decorative turf. The ban, set to take effect on April 15, is aimed at reducing demand on local water supplies by the preventing the installation of decorative grass typically found in areas such as road medians or along sidewalks in strip malls and shopping centers. The restriction does not affect residential landscaping or recreational areas such as parks and athletic fields."
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Mortgage Rates Exceed Four Percent
"The 30-year fixed-rate mortgage exceeded four percent for the first time since May of 2019. The Federal Reserve raising short-term rates and signaling further increases means mortgage rates should continue to rise over the course of the year. While home purchase demand has moderated, it remains competitive due to low existing inventory, suggesting high house price pressures will continue during the spring homebuying season."
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• Mt Tam and bay views
• Convenient commute
• Kentfield school district 30-year fixed
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