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3/20/2015 Dan Caldwell – Tam/Drake 1952; teacher and drama
Daniel Edmund Caldwell
1935 – 2015
Family and friends were saddened when Daniel Edmund "Dan" Caldwell passed away on March 15th as a result of Alzheimer's complications. The memory of
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2/20/2011 Mosaics from 1930's New Deal project restored at Tam High
By Will Jason
Marin Independent Journal
Posted: 02/19/2011 03:52:00 PM PST
After spending 37 years in a moldy storage room, a pair of 13-foot-tall mosaics dating to the 1930s could be
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10/9/2010 Greg Moore appointed Mill Valley Fire Chief
Moore tapped as fire chief in Mill Valley
Marin Independent Journal
Posted: 10/08/2010 02:43:01 PM PDT
Mill Valley's acting fire chief, Greg Moore, was named permanent chief
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After graduating from Crown College at UC Santa Cruz (BA, history, 1971), I pretty much wasted the '70s. I helped run the family business in Stinson Beach and took classes at College of Marin and Indian Valley College. After spending the summer of 1975 living in a "Sufi" house while attending language school in Cuernavaca, I jumped into the bureaucracy as a Social Science Research Analyst for the Bureau of Labor Statistics. I worked out of field offices in DC and Baltimore for 18 months, quitting in time to drive back for our 10th reunion. Then it was back to Stinson.
We sold the garbage company in 1979, just as USF was starting up its Master of Science in Environmental Management Program. I finished the courses while interning at Marin County Environmental Health Services. When I started getting enough consulting work to live on, I gave up on what would have been the most unread thesis of all time: A Comparative Analysis of Refuse Collection Rate Setting Methodologies in 21 Local Jurisdictions in Marin County, California. I worked for the haulers, which was usually fun, and also for local governments, which was usually excruciating (except for Sausalito).
I spent most of my time as a recycling activist with local groups and the Sierra Club, pushing for the 3 Rs and opposing incinerators. That got me an appointment to a Senate commission on solid waste management, which led to a job offer from the City of San Jose. I’ve been there since 1989.
My first task in San Jose was to work with the recycling manager to add mixed paper to the curbside program. We did a great job and rewarded ourselves with a small engagement party a few months later. Vera and I married in 1992 after she found a job with another city—she’s now the solid waste program manager for Hayward. We had twin daughters in 2000.
I spend way too much time online (like right now), especially since the Lord of the Rings movies were announced and I started hanging out at movie bulletin boards. [If you Google ‘"Tamalpais Indians" charley,’ the only hit before 2007 was me talking to LoTR nerds about our mascot.] Our girls were born on the anniversary of Bilbo & Frodo’s long-awaited Birthday Party, which I have chosen to accept as a sign of 111 years of good fortune. We’ve been fortunate locally—globally, we’ve got a way to go.
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