Will Houston, Marin IJ

Will Houston

Marin IJ

Arcata, CA, United States

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Recent:
  • Marin IJ
  • East Bay Times
  • San Jose Mercury News
Past:
  • Santa Cruz Sentinel
  • Vallejo Times-Herald
  • The Daily Democrat
  • Times-Standard
  • ChicoER
  • Mercury-Register
  • LakeCountyRecordBee
  • The Cannifornian
  • The Cannabist

Recent articles by Will:

Marin weather outlook turns wet and colder

Mount Tamalpais could get as much as 3 inches of rain on Thursday, and temperatures could drop to the mid-30s. → Read More

Marin County seeks safety upgrades at ‘four corners’ intersection

The oddly configured crossing on Panoramic Highway is a frequent route of coastal tourists and cyclists. → Read More

North Marin Water District to fill vacancy following board member’s death

James Grossi, 76, was appointed to the board in 2017, elected in 2018 and was reelected this year against no opposition. → Read More

State backs air tour limits over Marin’s national parks

The plan would halve the number of flights over Point Reyes National Seashore, the Marin Headlands and Muir Woods National Monument. → Read More

Richmond-San Rafael Bridge bike path enters final year of trial run

Some East Bay residents want to convert the route into a hybrid lane to relieve traffic congestion for morning commuters. → Read More

Marin unemployment rate flat but tech layoffs could be influential

The county remained at 2.2% from September to October, but mounting layoffs in the tech sector could weigh on the local economy. → Read More

Richmond-San Rafael Bridge bike path enters final year of trial run

Some East Bay residents want to convert the route into a hybrid lane to relieve traffic congestion for morning commuters. → Read More

Novato City Council creates homelessness advisory panel

The city was mandated to form the committee as part of a settlement in federal court with the California Homeless Union. → Read More

Marin Municipal Water District looks to refine conservation strategy

The utility is nearing the end of a yearlong study into new water supplies. → Read More

Marin creeks get influx of coho salmon spawners after rains

The red-and-silver fish are making their way upstream from Tomales Bay, where they have been holding in recent weeks. → Read More

Marin creeks get influx of coho salmon spawners after rains

The red-and-silver fish are making their way upstream from Tomales Bay, where they have been holding in recent weeks. → Read More

Marin creeks get influx of coho salmon spawners after rains

The red-and-silver fish are making their way upstream from Tomales Bay, where they have been holding in recent weeks. → Read More

Novato ranch owner launches fundraising effort to expand county park

Jay Garlick, 93, aims to donate 20 acres of Bowman Canyon Ranch to Marin County as open space. → Read More

‘New era’: Marin Municipal Water District could see post-election shakeup

The board might have as many as three new members in the aftermath of Tuesday’s election. → Read More

Huffman, McGuire show strong leads in House, state Senate races

The two Democratic incumbents representing Marin County in the House of Representatives and the California State Senate showed strong leads over their two Republican challengers in the Tuesday gene… → Read More

Eklund, Farac lead in Novato City Council races

Pat Eklund had a strong early lead over her two challengers while Rachel Farac held a narrower lead over Andy Podshadley. → Read More

Khush, Samson, Smith lead in Marin Municipal Water District board race

Election results through late Tuesday showed a significant shift in leadership may be coming to the MMWD in response to last year’s water shortage and drought response. → Read More

Marin’s federal parks seek air tour restrictions

Proposed rules would halve the number of sightseeing flights allowed over Point Reyes National Seashore and the Golden Gate National Recreation Area, and ban flights over Muir Woods National Monument. → Read More

West Marin water well installed to curb salt content

The new equipment will serve nearly 2,000 residents in Point Reyes Station, Olema, Paradise Ranch Estates and Inverness Park. → Read More

Marin Headlands wetlands project seeks to reverse erosion

The remnants of World War II-era Army buildings have disrupted natural drainage patterns near Rodeo Beach. → Read More