Week in Review: Alleged Church sex ‘spanker’ tied to 2004 Ponzi; Fairfax Chevron debate goes into OT

A round-up of major news stories from the past week.

Monday, Dec. 2

A regional transportation agency will fund a San Anselmo traffic light study that aims to ease congestion on Sir Francis Drake Boulevard.


Tuesday, Dec. 3

A wealthy Marin developer who’s embroiled in a bizarre San Francisco church sex scandal played a role in an unrelated Ponzi scheme a decade ago.


Wednesday, Dec. 4

Ramen noodle restaurant will apparently move into the downtown space formerly occupied by a gluten-free grocer. Uchiwa Ramen, LLC, has posted a public notice of application to sell alcoholic beverages at 821 B Street.

Thursday, Dec. 5

A Fairfax Town Council hearing on a controversial Chevron gas station proposal that started Wednesday night stretched into Thursday morning.


Friday, Dec. 6

A San Rafael family of six escaped a house fire early Friday morning in the Santa Venetia neighborhood unharmed, authorities said. 


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