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"Affordable housing gets a bad rap," ...
"Affordable housing gets a bad rap," said Michael Mackintosh, owner of the Marin Town and Country Club.
Marin Independent Journal - News
Town and Country Club owner Michael Mackintosh said he suspects children or homeless people started it because the two-story house wasn't hooked up to electricity or gas.
"There's nothing in there that caused this," he
While watching firefighters spray foam on the smoking framework to prevent the blaze from reigniting, Mackintosh
> > Fairfax club owner Michael ...
> > Fairfax club owner Michael Mackintosh has been charged with vandalism in an incident with teens. > The owner of the Marin Town and Country Club in Fairfax, who was accused of running his truck into a group of teenage trespassers this month, was charged Monday with felony vandalism - not the assault charge Fairfax police had sought.Michael Mackintosh
is scheduled to be arraigned Nov. 2.If convicted, he
could face up to a year in jail or a fine of up to $10,000.Mackintosh
had not seen the criminal complaint Monday and declined to comment.
Police said the incident occurred Oct. 6, when Mackintosh
saw a truck full of teens on club property.One of the teens told police that Mackintosh drove across a field toward them in his
pickup truck and crashed into the front driver side of the teens' truck.
allegedly jumped out of his
truck, opened the Toyota's passenger door and yelled at the youths for trespassing.Mackintosh
told police that the collision was accidental and he
was trying to prevent them from leaving the scene.Both Mackintosh and one of the teens, a 17-year-old Novato resident, called 911.
The damage to the teens' truck has been estimated at more than $5,000.
Fairfax police asked the district attorney's office to charge Mackintosh
with assault with a deadly weapon, a charge that can bring
up to four years in prison.But an assault charge requires prosecutors to prove an intent to commit violent injury, and the teens told police that Mackintosh
tried to brake just before the collision.His
speed was estimated at 20 to 25 mph.
Marin Independent Journal - Town Council to debate land sale to country club
The Town Council will discuss selling two plots of land to Michael Mackintosh, owner of the Marin Town and Country Club, when it meets Wednesday.
The FPPC also asks for campaign ...
The FPPC also asks for campaign filings by the Marin Town and Country Club or its owner, Michael Mackintosh, the Committee for True and Fair Political Practice, the Marin Professional Firefighters and former mayor Pete Arrigoni.
...Mackintosh, the owner of the Marin Town and Country Club property, says he spent $1,662 to send out a letter opposing Egger.
didn't know he
was supposed to file a disclosure report until after learning of the FPPC letter.He
forms in Sacramento and at Town Hall Tuesday morning, along with a letter that included another shot at Egger.
As for Mackintosh
, Egger said: "He can say whatever he wants."