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  1. MayView clinic picks up where RotaCare left offRead the original story w/Photo

    18 hrs ago | Mountain View Voice

    Jose Aguilar, 23, has his heart checked out by Marietta Sabater, MD, during a followup appointment at Mayview Clinic on Dec. 5, 2016. Aguilar and his family have been seeing Aguilar for the past 4 years she has been working there.

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  2. German school's holiday marketRead the original story w/Photo

    18 hrs ago | Mountain View Voice

    Post-election blues got you down? Hankering for a taste of Europe, or perhaps just seeking a bit of holiday cheer? The German International School of Silicon Valley's annual Weihnachtsmarkt , which recreates the traditional open-air winter markets of Germany, Austria and the Alps, will be held on Saturday, Dec. 10, from 11 a.m. to 9 p.m. at at City Hall Plaza, 500 Castro St., Mountain View. Refreshments available include GlA1 4hwein , Kinderpunsch , WA1 4rste , Stollen , Lebkuchen and Gebrannte Mandeln and a variety of artisans and local merchants will be selling their wares.

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  3. Bad-tasting water due to Hetch Hetchy water reductionsRead the original story

    Monday | Mountain View Voice

    Local cities' residents who have been complaining about nasty-tasting water coming from their taps can blame it on water reductions from the Hetch Hetchy supply and blending from other sources, according to City of Palo Alto Utilities spokeswoman Catherine Elvert. On Nov. 29, several Palo Alto residents began noticing changes in the water's smell and taste, which was described as swampy, earthy or like "pond weed," they said on neighborhood email chats.

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  4. Rising demand for CHAC's servicesRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Dec 5 | Mountain View Voice

    CHAC Executive Director Marsha Deslauriers chats with Database Coordinator Mayra Barragan at the office on Nov. 28, 2016. Photo by Michelle Le For decades, the Community Health Awareness Council has been a one-stop shop for adults and kids who are struggling with mental health problems.

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  5. Monday: Mountain View's holiday tree-lighting celebrationRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Dec 2 | Mountain View Voice

    Mira Tautenhahn greets Santa Claus before jumping up into his lap for a photo at the Tree Lighting Celebration in Downtown Mountain View on December 7, 2015. Photo by Magali Gauthier Ringing in the holiday season with Mountain View style is the annual Community Tree Lighting Celebration on Monday evening at the Civic Center Plaza.

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  6. Water district plans to use Waverly Park homes for homelessRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Dec 2 | Mountain View Voice

    A man jogs on Stevens Creek Trail where it meets Franklin Avenue, on Nov. 28, 2016. Photo by Michelle Le Homeless encampments are a common sight along Stevens Creek in Mountain View.

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  7. Three men sought in CVS robberyRead the original story

    Friday Dec 2 | Mountain View Voice

    Police are looking for three men who allegedly stole over $1,000 in items from a CVS pharmacy in Mountain View last week, and attacked an employee who tried to stop them. Witnesses told police that the three men, all in their late teens, entered the pharmacy on Miramonte Avenue on Wednesday, Nov. 23, at around 5:40 p.m. Once inside, they allegedly shoplifted items, mostly cold medicines.

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  8. Google veers from city's North Bayshore visionRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Dec 1 | Mountain View Voice

    Google is seeking to add housing options for its employees near its North Bayshore headquarters in Mountain View. Photo by Michelle Le For the last two years, North Bayshore has represented Mountain View's testing ground for creating an idyllic neighborhood for tomorrow.

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  9. A respite from the coldRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Dec 1 | Mountain View Voice

    More than a hundred homeless people in the northern end of Santa Clara County now have a warm, reliable place to sleep each night, after the Sunnyvale Cold Weather Shelter opened its doors for the first time Monday. Sandwiched between Highway 101 and 237, and several tech offices, the shelter at 999 Hamlin Court is the only large shelter space in the county north of San Jose.

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  10. MVPD seek to improve body cam programRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Nov 30 | Mountain View Voice

    It's been a little over a year since the Mountain View Police Department outfitted all of its officers with wearable cameras, joining a growing number of Bay Area law enforcement agencies aiming to boost accountability, assist in criminal prosecutions and create an impartial record of police activity to discipline or exonerate officers following complaints from the public. While it's hard to say whether the new cameras have reduced complaints against officers or changed the way people interact with law enforcement in Mountain View -- two big selling points for the program -- it's clear that the cameras are here to stay.

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  11. Federal grant aims to boost Valley's traffic-reduction effortsRead the original story

    Tuesday Nov 29 | Mountain View Voice

    An effort by Palo Alto, Mountain View and neighboring cities to get drivers to instead use trains, buses and other modes of transportation just got a lift from the federal government -- a $1 million grant aimed at accelerating the switch. The U.S. Department of Transportation has approved the grant to fund what's known as the Bay Area Fair Value Commuting Demonstration project, which aims to reduce Bay Area's rate of solo drivers from about 75 percent to about 50 percent.

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  12. Trump deportation plan sends South Bay leaders searching for optionsRead the original story

    Tuesday Nov 29 | Mountain View Voice

    Donald Trump's election has created a cloud of uncertainty for the nation's estimated 11.4 million undocumented immigrants. Advocates are urging leaders in Mountain View and other Santa Clara County cities to take a stand and give assurances to local immigrants that they will be protected. 2 comments

  13. Google pitches housing project in East WhismanRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Nov 27 | Mountain View Voice

    Google is pitching a new swath of dense apartments and offices in the East Whisman area, mirroring the tech giant's other big plans for Mountain View. The proposal for 500 Logue Ave. represents Google's first foray into building apartments to house its growing workforce as a workaround to the area's huge traffic troubles.

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  14. So much more than a soup kitchenRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Nov 24 | Mountain View Voice

    Amanda Brotzel, a volunteer at Mountain View's Community Services Agency, sorts donated food on Nov. 21. CSA is one of seven nonprofits that share contributions to this year's Mountain View Voice Holiday Fund. To donate, go to Photo by Michelle Le To see how the area served by the Community Services Agency has changed, Tom Myers needs only to peer out his office window.

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  15. 'Tis the seasonRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Nov 23 | Mountain View Voice

    The Mountain View High School Madrigals perform a set of holiday songs at the Tree Lighting Celebration in downtown Mountain View. Photo by Magali Gauthier Though winter doesn't officially arrive until the solstice on Dec. 21, the holiday season has begun.

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  16. City accepting applicants to new rent control committeeRead the original story

    Wednesday Nov 23 | Mountain View Voice

    Mountain View is now recruiting for the city's new Rental Housing Committee -- the governing body tasked with making crucial decisions on how Measure V, the city's new rent control law, will be implemented. In an announcement Wednesday, city officials said they would begin accepting applications for the five-person housing committee through Dec. 20. Among its responsibilities, the rental housing committee sets annual rent adjustments for apartments and establishes rules and enforcement.

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  17. Measure A passes with a slim victoryRead the original story

    Wednesday Nov 23 | Mountain View Voice

    Santa Clara County officials announced Monday that Measure A, the $950 million affordable housing bond designed to help house homeless and low-income residents in the county, has passed with just over two-thirds of the vote. The announcement by Santa Clara County Supervisors Dave Cortese and Cindy Chavez at a Nov. 21 press conference came weeks after voters cast their ballots because it's been such a tight race.

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  18. New school boundaries on the horizonRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Nov 18 | Mountain View Voice

    It's a touchy subject that's bound to affect property values and leave some people disappointed, but the Mountain View Whisman School District is launching its second major effort to re-draw attendance boundaries throughout the city. This week, the district released five proposed boundary maps that re-zone every school in the district, including Slater Elementary, which is expected to be opened at the start of the 2018-19 school year.

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  19. Veteran politicos win the day in council raceRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Nov 18 | Mountain View Voice

    Political experience and government credentials seemed to be liabilities in the presidential election. But a world away in Mountain View, voters had an entirely different message for what they wanted in their leaders.

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  20. Big majority of MV voters back pot legalizationRead the original story

    Thursday Nov 17 | Mountain View Voice

    Proponents of legal recreational marijuana scored a big victory last week after California voters approved Proposition 64, dubbed the Adult Use of Marijuana Act , by a significant margin. As the vote-count continues, about 5.4 million voters, or 56 percent, voted in favor of the proposition, paving the way for adults ages 21 and over to legally smoke, possess, cultivate, and eventually sell, recreational pot.

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