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Supervisors Pay Tribute to Earth Month, Brain Health Registry

Big Rock Ridge sunset by Marin parks ranger Craig Solin.
Big Rock Ridge sunset by Marin parks ranger Craig Solin.

The following was originally published in the County of Marin's Patch blog

Every Thursday the County of Marin posts a preview of upcoming items for the next board meeting and a review of items from the last meeting.

Below is a list of selected highlights from the Board agenda, and is not meant to be an exhaustive list of the entire agenda. Please check out the Cyberagenda for copies of these reports and others.  For prior meetings, please check out the "archive" to the right

Preview

Highlights of the April 1, 2014 Board Meeting:

  1. Employee of the Month
  2. Brain Health Registry Day
  3. Earth Month
  4. Appointments

Review

For highlights of prior Board meetings, please check out the archive.



novato 3per March 28, 2014 at 03:19 PM
Careful with that "brain health registry", registration leads to confiscation! But seriously, I would caution anyone who owns a firearm or wishes to own one in the future from registering as having an unhealthy brain, as these types of lists, such as those being created in our nationalized healthcare ( where they are making doctors ask if there are firearms in the home) can easily be utilized during future legislation or executive order as a broad classification tool for denying individuals a right to own firearms in their quest to begin disarming the population. Returning veterans will also be catalogued and flagged if any mention of PTSD is made. If any health agency needed subjects for a legitimate study, they would just need to visit the many nursing homes and adult communities around us. Don't say you weren't warned.
novato 3per March 28, 2014 at 03:29 PM
Whats sad is that so many people jumping on the brain health movement also think marijuana is great for you. Thats like the pro abortion folks that want a suicide barrier on the bridge.

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