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Marin Supervisors Meet.{appointments to Housing Authority}1st phase of Marshall wastewater

Date:
Tuesday, August 21, 2007
Time:
10:00 AM - 12:30 PM
Event Type:
Meeting
Location Details:
The supervisors meet in Room 330 on the county Civic Center in San Rafael - Meeting times end is a guess

Should also be considered enviromental event

During the morning meeting, starting at 10, supervisors will consider plans to move forward with construction of the first phase of the Marshall wastewater collection and treatment plant, review various pay and job changes proposed county Human Resources and review appointments to the county Housing Authority board.

A rather long document be warned - David Q
[PDF]Marin County
assure that the small portions of the wastewater collection/transmission lines ..... “Marshall Community Wastewater System Phase I,” prepared by Questa ...

http://www.co.marin.ca.us/EFiles/docs/CD/ZoningCom/07_0426_I... - Similar pages


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Mark Prado



Tomales Bay septic fix moves ahead (34%)
12/10/2006 - County officials are moving forward with plans to create a community septic system for waterfront properties in Marshall, a program that will help clean Tomales Bay - and boost the oyster industry. similar results

Rob Rogers

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Added to the calendar on Sun, Aug 19, 2007 10:37PM
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