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:
  • The Daily Democrat
  • Vallejo Times-Herald
  • Times-Standard
  • ChicoER
  • Santa Cruz Sentinel
  • Mercury-Register
  • LakeCountyRecordBee
  • The Cannifornian
  • The Cannabist

Recent articles by Will:

Novato City Council pours over new election district maps

The City Council is trying to avoid moving residents into new districts that could result in them not being able to vote in a council election for nearly six years. → Read More

Golden Gate Transit bus drivers authorize strike

The union representing the nearly 200 bus drivers says the offer of a 64-cent pay raise is “garbage” and is calling for higher pay. → Read More

SMART allots $400K to hire temporary freight operator

The deal will last through at least the end of May as Sonoma-Marin Area Rail Transit prepares to begin running the business in-house. → Read More

Marin Municipal Water District eases drought restrictions

The utility rescinded use limits and associated penalties that took effect in December, but other measures remain in effect. → Read More

State plan envisions SMART station in Solano County

The proposal would create the first east-west passenger rail service along the Highway 37 corridor. → Read More

Marin salmon runs extend farther with help from rain

The downpours allowed endangered fish to access creek habitats where they haven’t been seen in nearly two decades. → Read More

Marin salmon runs extend farther with help from rain

The downpours allowed endangered fish to access creek habitats where they haven’t been seen in nearly two decades. → Read More

Marin salmon runs extend farther with help from rain

The downpours allowed endangered fish to access creek habitats where they haven’t been seen in nearly two decades. → Read More

Marin water utility nears decision on easing limits, penalties

The Marin Municipal Water District board will meet Tuesday to consider rolling back use restrictions and associated penalties. → Read More

Novato advances changes to in-law apartment rules

The changes are meant to conform with several state housing laws passed since 2016 to create affordable housing. → Read More

Novato approves Habitat for Humanity affordable housing project

The plan calls for 80 homes and a one-story office building on a 13-acre lot along Redwood Boulevard. → Read More

Lawsuit: Point Reyes elk, ranch plan violates federal laws

Three environmental groups want a court order forcing the National Park Service to rescind its new land management policies. → Read More

Marin, national bird count persists despite pandemic

Despite fewer volunteers and cancellations, two million more birds were counted throughout the U.S. in 2020 compared to the year prior, according to the National Audubon Society. → Read More

Marin water utility might amend drought measures

The Marin Municipal Water District board signaled that it favors a gradual rollback of restrictions rather than a complete repeal. → Read More

Marin Municipal Water District delays emergency pipeline

The utility's reservoirs are nearly replenished after above-normal rainfall in October, November and December. → Read More

Marin coast project aims for turtle restoration

Researchers are working to reestablish the western pond turtle, California's only native freshwater turtle species, at Muir Beach and Rodeo Lagoon. → Read More

Marin utility considers delaying water pipeline project

Abundant rain and replenished reservoirs could allow a slowdown in plans for a $100 million emergency duct. → Read More

Golden Gate Bridge announces fix for noise nuisance

The plan calls for installing clips on the span's railings to muffle a strange humming sound caused by the wind. → Read More

Marin completes $2.3M fix for Lucas Valley Road turn

The hairpin curve about 5 miles west of Highway 101 has been the site of repeated crashes. → Read More

Marin lands $1M state grant for carbon farming projects

The California Coastal Conservancy funding will support a broader local effort to reduce greenhouse gas emissions. → Read More