On this week’s show:
Secretary Salazar visits the Point Reyes Coast. Updates on several past stories. A compassionate response to bullying in a Marin school. Post-thanksgiving round up. The Brothers of Invention. Upcoming events. Marin speaks out against the herbicide, “Round-Up”.
UPDATE: After this story was recorded, Salazar called the Lunnys to tell them he decided not to renew their lease.
Secretary Salazar visits the Point Reyes Coast. On Wednesday, Nov. 21st, US department of interior Secretary, Ken Salazar toured the Drakes Bay Oyster Company and met with the stakeholders and their representatives as well as representatives chosen by the National Park Service. His decision whether to renew the Oyster Company’s lease has profound effects on the 30 workers who work and live at the farm as well as the future of most gateway communities near many national parks across America.
Updates on several past stories.
Marc Levine is holding his edge over Michael Allen for District 10’s Assembly District seat. The Sausalito City Council election has a much tighter finish to be determined.
Marin Agricultural Land Trust has decided on a new director. Some interesting things about Jamison Watts.
The Pacifics Baseball team will stay for at least another 3 years in San Rafael.
Three valley boys are fighting against childhood leukemia now. How you can help.
A compassionate response to bullying in a Marin school.
How two sisters are easing the pain caused by bullying at Tamalpais High.
Post-thanksgiving round up.
Club 101 was the scene of two shootings on Thanksgiving Night.
Wild Turkey’s abound in Marin. Can it seriously be legal to hunt them?
Novato therapist Judy Weston-Thompson uses horses to help people overcome many problems.
The Brothers of Invention.
Bert and Bart are back with another misguided adventure after watching Seriously Now.
Upcoming events for you:
Free Christmas trees on December 8th at Roy’s Redwoods and the Maurice Thorner Preserves.
Malt & Marin Organic will team up to hold a holiday party at the Dance Palace in Point Reyes on December 7th.
A youth holiday benefit & celebration will be at 142 Throckmorton also on the 7th.
Marin speaks out against the herbicide, “Round-Up”.
Local residents brought their objections about using Round-Up to control weeds in Marin. Public input period is still open for the upcoming Environmental Impact Report.