Eager to proceed with storm-related repairs, the Marin County Department of Public Works has secured $1.7 million in emergency funding to pay for road, mudslide and levee damage sustained during a downpour that struck Marin on December 10-11, 2014. The Marin County Supervisors unanimously approved the expenditure Tuesday from one-time capital fund for extraordinary events to pay for repairs for a storm that caused more than $13.3 million in damage countywide.
With approval Tuesday, DPW can solicit competitive bids to fix problems with levees near downtown Novato, Muir Woods Road near Muir Beach (also called Frank’s Valley road by locals), and Lucas Valley Road at Miller Creek Bridge.
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