Week Ahead: High Tech Burrito Readies for Grand Opening; San Anselmo Mulls Trash Rate Hike

Most of these events were curated from our events calendar. Click on a headline to learn more about an event.


High Tech Burrito Grand Opening in San Anselmo

When: 4 p.m.

Where: Red Hill Shopping Center (914 Sir Francis Drake Blvd., San Anselmo)

The popular small restaurant chain is opening shop in the Red Hill Shopping Center. Festivities include live music and free food.  Donations will be accepted for the Imagination Park in San Anselmo.



San Anselmo Town Council Meeting

When: 7 p.m.

Where: San Anselmo Town Council Chambers (525 San Anselmo Avenue, San Anselmo)

Council will consider a rate request of 5.52% from increase Marin Sanitary Service. If approved, the increase would go into affect retroactively to Jan. 1 of this year.



Fairfax Bridge Rehab Project - Public Meeting

When: 6:30 p.m.

Where: Fairfax Women’s Club (46 Park Road, Fairfax)

Local residents are invited to present their views and ideas concerning the infrastructure that supports the Fairfax community. The public workshop focuses on the Creek Road Bridge rehabilitation and the preventive maintenance projects for Marin, Spruce, and Canyon Road bridges.



eBook Help at the Civic Center Library

When: 10 a.m.

Where: Civic Center Library (3501 Civic Center Drive, #427 San Rafael)

The Civic Center Library is offering free one-on-one help in downloading library eBooks to the Kindle, iPad, and other devices. 



California King Tides Initiative: Photographing the Rising Tide

When: 11 a.m.

Where: Tomales Bay State Park (1208 Pierce Point Rd. Inverness)

Find out how sea level rise will impact Heart’s Desire beach by observing the year’s highest tides called “king tides.” Photos taken during king tide events document impacts to private property, public infrastructure and wildlife habitat.

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Sierra Salin January 27, 2014 at 12:22 PM
I guess that we can say goodbye to the existing burrito shop at Red Hill, which has been there for years. I rarely go to Red Hill anymore, since the new owners have done a horrendous remodel and put old tenants out, (RoundTable, Easy Street, Red Hill Pet Center ((Please shop there in San Rafael...)) in favor of more corporate goo like Chase. But overall, shame on us for supporting the world we do. All of our cheap disposable products, and corporate/dollar profit are everything focus WILL kick us in the rear, while Nature, which is the real wealth and security, crashes around us. And, what does a picture of Hearts Desire Beach, have to do with any of the week ahead? Should we drive to the beach in our extended summer, or are our habitual lifestyles creating it? What ARE we giving back folks, or is consuming cheap buy products and driving and flying around all we care about?


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