Lorenzo Morotti, Marin IJ

Lorenzo Morotti

Marin IJ

San Pablo, CA, United States

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Past articles by Lorenzo:

Sausalito parking lot conversion plan to appear on ballot

The idea is already facing resistance from critics over the loss of parking, already a precious commodity in the tourism-friendly city. → Read More

Tiburon looks to improve internet connectivity

The town has hired a consulting firm to explore broadband networking options for the peninsula. → Read More

Mill Valley puts end date on outdoor dining ordinance

The City Council voted to place a June 30 sunset on the ordinance, which was adopted last year to help businesses through the pandemic. → Read More

Sausalito council votes to put retail cannabis on ballot

Voters in Sausalito will decide if retail cannabis businesses will be allowed to operate within the city. → Read More

Sausalito opens new visitor center

Located next to the ferry landing and Vina del Mar Park, the downtown location will help support merchants by being more accessible to out-of-towners as it promotes local artists, businesses and attractions. → Read More

Marin student tech project honors Black shipyard workers

The interdisciplinary work — titled "A Way Out of No Way: Marin City's Hidden Shipbuilders" — is a result of a three-week program involving virtual reality, 3D design, music production and video. → Read More

Corte Madera adds funds to county homelessness effort

The Town Council voted to allocate $41,487 toward the county's campaign to hire four case management workers. → Read More

Marin health official: Virus spike ebbing among Black residents

An alarming increase in coronavirus cases among Black residents in Marin this month appears to be receding, a county health official said Thursday. → Read More

Mill Valley racial justice art vandalized again

The installation outside Tamalpais High School was defaced for the second time in less than two months. → Read More

Larkspur Library gets $1M in state funding

The plan to build a new library in Larkspur has received a $1 million injection by way of the state budget. → Read More

Tiburon opts to hold special election to fill vacant council seat

Tiburon residents will be able to vote for a new council member in November after officials opted for a special election. → Read More

Larkspur opts to sell Sir Francis Drake sculpture

The City Council voted unanimously Wednesday to get rid of the 30-foot art installation, saying the piece was too controversial to safely return to its former location at Larkspur Landing or to relocate it to one of the city's 12 public parks. → Read More

Mill Valley approves budget revisions with eye toward COVID uncertainty

Mill Valley City Council unanimously approved revisions to its budget on Monday as part of its two-year financial cycle. → Read More

Mill Valley Councilmember Tricia Ossa resigns, moves to Oregon

Mill Valley councilmember and longtime resident Tricia Ossa announced her resignation at the City Council meeting on Monday after one and a half years on the council.Her last day is Aug. 2. → Read More

‘Learning Bus’ to distribute backpacks, school supplies to children – Marin Independent Journal

The Marin County Free Library and First 5 Marin Children and Families Commission are holding a summer learning and backpack giveaway program. Children and parents can visit various branches and loc… → Read More

San Rafael’s pandemic-era book swap for seniors winds down – Marin Independent Journal

A book swap program for people 55-years-old or older could be having it's last meet in August, organizers said. → Read More

Sausalito City Council rejects appeal to halt home construction on Wolfback Ridge

Sausalito City Council downs appeal, OK's Mongolian millionaire's plan to build home atop of prominent ridgeline. → Read More

Sausalito cites Marinship Park residents for camping outside fenced area

“Stressed out, agitated and anxious” campers try to settle in at Marinship Park after Dunphy move. → Read More

Marin teacher, artist who humanized AIDS victims dies at 91

Jackie Kirk, a Fairfax artist and teacher, who helped bring a face to the AIDS epidemic and taught thousands of artists died on May 22 . She was 91. → Read More

‘Sea of white’: Marin segregation detailed in UC study

“The Roots of Structural Racism Project,” a report by the Othering and Belonging Institute, examines census data from 1980 to 2019. → Read More