This week on Seriously Now:
Future police and firefighters and other public employees are about to more limited pension programs. The anti-union group, CSPP, responsible for the State pension reform, and now applies pressure to Marin politicians.
The Golden Gate Transit comes to an agreement with Marin Transit District which will continue its relationship, but with a reduction in service.
Dr. Myrto Angela Ashe sat down with Seriously Now’s Molly Arthur, to talk about the errors in Stanford’s study on Organic Food. She says GMOs have had the effect of increasing the amount of pesticide in food as more pesticides are now found in pregnant women and young children’s urine.
Smithsonian Magazine called Mill Valley one of the 20 best cities in which to live. As a direct result, wealthy families have moved to the 101 corridor and the number of students in elementary schools has doubled. Meanwhile, West Marin loses enrollments to East Marin.
This week’s events:
Many road and trail repairs to report. Repairs in the Baltimore Canyon Trail, the Bear Valley trail, and along Sir Francis Drake affect hiking and sightseeing.
Gallery Route One’s annual box show is has many new inventive creations.
The Mill Valley Film Festival joins with the Sweetwater Music Hall and Cafe to present several concerts during the 35th annual festival in October.
David Whitney led the West Marin School Singers in welcoming 50 new United States citizens last Monday. The 50 were chosen to be sworn in at the Bear Valley Picnic area as part of the Point Reyes National Seashore’s 50th anniversary celebration. The new citizens were from 20 different countries. A few shared part of their stories with Seriously Now.
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