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With the addition of some new police assistants to our team, we will have the ability to better address the calls, emails and comments we have received on social media regarding parking issues in and around Mountain View, particularly in the downtown area. We wanted you to be aware of this in case you see an increased presence of police assistants who are out to make sure places like red curbs, ramps and street corners are not blocked by those who mistook them for parking spaces. If you have any questions, do let us know. We'd be happy to answer them.
Faced with some of the most expensive rental housing in the nation, some Bay Area residents are feeling priced out and are seeking low-cost alternatives. In Silicon Valley, a hub of computer and technology companies, some people are even turning to cars, vans and RVs for housing. NewsHour Weekend Special Correspondent Joanne Elgart Jennings has the story.
A driveby of the muddy remnants from the flooding that took place on Mountain View Avenue from Dec 22, 2010, in Loma Linda, California. This video was taken on Dec 24th, after some clean-up had been started. Notice the mud deposit left in the parking lot in front of the church building, as well as the storage unit doors damaged from all the flooding. The flooding went down Mountain View avenue to the overpass and then flowed through the parking lot, into the church building, and through the storage units. It then continued on over the train tracks finally into the drainage canal. My apologies for the quickness of the video and lack of details.
From 2011 to 2015, the average monthly rent in Mountain View, home to Google and the heart of Silicon Valley, rose by more than 52 percent. According to the Mountain View Tenants Coalition website, "The Community Stabilization and Fair Rent Act," as a new proposal is named, will limit rent increases to between two and five percent. Landlords will also be limited to one rent increase a year. Video: Nailah Morgan
This hike is known for its meadows but about half of it is through the woods on a path strewn with rocks and roots. It is rated easy and is 3.8 miles long. It extends from Boone Fork Parking area to Holloway Mountain Road parking area. It has gentle ups and downs and a mountain view from one of the meadows. It runs parallel to the Blue Ridge Parkway. There is an access point with parking at the midpoint if you would like a shorter hike. The forest is your only bathroom. This trail is also part of the Tanawha Trail. Thanks to everyone who maintains these trails. Thanks to everyone who maintains these trails. And thanks for watching!
It makes a horrible noise while reaching the top floor.
I uploaded a video of this elevator back in 2011; everything has been kept the same. It actually runs really well despite the vandalism. Note the lanterns are the only parts that have yet been modernized.
I put a little ding in every new scene change. How does it sound? I used the glockenspiel from Thumbjam.
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A quick driveby of the parking lot in front of Rite Aid and the clean-up efforts underway. The sidewalk is still covered in mud, and there is much work to still be done. The flash flood flowed into this parking lot on its way to the dranage canal further down the hill. It made its way through a church buidling and storage units, and over train tracks before finally making it to the canal - leaving muddy remanants and debris in its path.
I'm not sure what the name of this parking garage is (I will research it later), but it is a mixed use building with Carmel The Village Apartments on the upper floors. ThyssenKrupp newer Vandal Resistant fixtures. As far as I know, I don't think ThyssenKrupp makes these "fake LED" indicators anymore, and I'm not sure if they make dot matrix indicators anymore. State ID number: 159907 Year installed: Circa 2011
After the BONE CRUSHER concert ar Francescas in Mountain View sat. March 3rd this dude in a 80 something red trans am thought he was the man doin a 1 legged burn out in the back parking lot gravel then he did it again right as he was leaving, as we left the club we got 1 block and saw this! ROTF LMMFAO!