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Novato, California

Novato is a city in northern Marin County, in the North Bay region of the San Francisco Bay Area, in the U. S. state of California. As of the 2010 United States Census, its population was 51,904. Novato is located about 10 miles northwest of San Rafael and about 30 miles north of San Francisco on U. S. 101. Novato has been called one of the best places to live in the U. S. What is now Novato was the site of several Coast Miwok villages: Chokecherry, near downtown Novato. In 1839, the Mexican government granted the 8,876-acre Rancho Novato to Fernando Feliz; the rancho was named after a local Miwok leader, given the name of Saint Novatus at his baptism. Subsequently, four additional land grants were made in the area: Rancho Corte Madera de Novato, to John Martin in 1839. R. Cooper in 1844. Novato, along with the rest of California, became part of the United States on February 2, 1848. Early pioneers included Joseph Sweetser and Francis De Long who bought 15,000 acres in the mid-1850s and planted orchards and vineyards.

The first post office at Novato opened in 1856. The first school was built in 1859, at the corner of Grant Avenue and what is today Redwood Boulevard; the original town was located around Novato Creek at. A railroad was built in 1879, connecting Novato to San Rafael; the area around the train depot became known as New Town, forms the edge of what today is Old Town Novato. The current depot was built in 1917, but closed in 1959, is derelict; the depot consisted of two buildings: a warehouse and a station. The warehouse burned twice in the intervening years. Behind the rail station/warehouse complex was a feed mill complex; the mill complex, along with the warehouse portion of the rail station, was torn down in late 2007 to make way for public parking and a Whole Foods/high-density housing development, while the derelict station is still standing. A Presbyterian church, still a landmark in Novato today, was built in 1896; until 2006, it housed a number of city offices, but was vacated that year due to safety concerns and condemned.

A new city center complex has been erected adjacent to the old City Hall. The Great Depression of the 1930s had a marked effect on the area. After World War II, Novato grew with the construction of tract homes and a freeway; as the area was unincorporated much of the growth was unplanned and uncontrolled. Novato was incorporated as a city in 1960. One of the most important venues of the time was "Western Weekend". Beard-growing contests, sponsored by Bob's Barber Shop, many other odd activities helped to bring this community together. According to the United States Census Bureau, Novato has a total area of 28.0 square miles and is the largest city in area in Marin County. 27.4 square miles of it is land and 0.5 square miles of it is water. Major geographical features nearby include Mount Burdell and Mount Burdell Open Space Preserve to the north and Big Rock Ridge to the southwest. Stafford Lake to the west is a secondary water supply for Novato, with the Russian River in Sonoma County to the north supplying most of the city's water.

Novato includes ten Marin County Open Space District preserves: Mount Burdell, Rush Creek, Little Mountain, Verissimo Hills, Indian Tree, Deer Island, Indian Valley, Ignacio Valley, Loma Verde, Pacheco Valle. Official weather observations were taken at Hamilton Air Force Base through 1964. Average January temperatures were a maximum of 53.6 °F and a minimum of 38.7 °F. Average July temperatures were a maximum of 79.9 °F and a minimum of 52.0 °F. There were an average of 12.4 days with highs of 90 °F or higher and an average of 12.5 days with lows of 32 °F or lower. The record high temperature was 109 °F on September 2, 2017; the record low temperature was 16 °F in December 2013. Average annual precipitation was 25.49 inches. The wettest year was 1940 with 46.63 inches and the driest year was 2015 with 6.35 inches. The most rainfall in one month was 18.87 inches in December 1955. The most rainfall in 24 hours was 10.55 inches between December 10, 2014 – December 11, 2014. Today, the nearest National Weather Service cooperative weather station is in San Rafael, where records date back to 1894.

Compared to records from Hamilton Air Force Base, San Rafael is several degrees warmer than Novato and has an average of about 10 inches more rainfall. The record high temperature in San Rafael was 110 °F on September 7, 1904, June 14, 1961; the record low temperature was 20 °F on December 26, 1967. In the United States House of Representatives, Novato is in California's 2nd congressional district, represented by Democrat Jared Huffman. From 2008 to 2012, Huffman represented Marin County in the California State Assembly. In the California State Legislature, Novato is in: the 10th Assembly District, represented by Democrat Marc Levine the 2nd Senate District, represented by Democrat Mike McGuire. According to the California Secretary of State, as of February 10, 2019, Novato has 31,544 registered voters. Of those, 15,794 are registered Democrats, 6,048 are registered Republ

Aby MaraƱo

Abigail "Aby" Palmares Maraño is a Filipino professional volleyball player who plays for F2 Logistics Cargo Movers in the Philippine Super Liga. Maraño was born on December 22, 1992, is 174 cm tall, she took up Bachelor of Arts in Philippine Studies major in Filipino in Mass Media at De La Salle University. Maraño was a two-time UAAP Most Valuable Player, having won the award in the UAAP Season 74 and Season 75 and former team captain of the De La Salle University Lady Spikers, she began her commercial league career in the PSL, where she was selected as the second overall draft pick for the 2014 season for the AirAsia Flying Spikers. She played with Don Antonio de Zuzuarregui Sr Memorial Academy and De La Salle University Lady Spikers from. In 2014 she was the top drafted by AirAsia Flying Spikers from the Philippine Super Liga. Shen played with the Shakey's V-League club MERALCO Power Spikers, she played the 2015 Philippine Super Liga season with Petron Blaze Spikers. In 2016 she played with Foton Tornadoes as a guest player during the 2016 Asian Club Championship.

With F2 Logistics Cargo Movers, Maraño won the 2017 PSL Grand Prix Conference championship. AirAsia Flying Spikers PLDT Home Telpad Turbo Boosters MERALCO Power Spikers Generika Lifesavers Petron Blaze Spikers Philippine Army Lady Troopers Foton Tornadoes F2 Logistics Cargo Movers UAAP Season 74 "Most Valuable Player" UAAP Season 75 "Most Valuable Player" UAAP Season 75 "Best Blocker" Shakey's V-League 11th Season Reinforced Open Conference "Best Blocker" 2014 Philippine Super Liga All-Filipino "1st Best Middle Blocker" 2014 Philippine Super Liga Grand Prix "1st Best Middle Blocker" 2015 Philippine Super Liga All-Filipino "2nd Best Middle Blocker" 2016 Philippine Super Liga Invitational "1st Best Middle Blocker" 2016 Philippine Super Liga All-Filipino "1st Best Middle Blocker" 2016 Philippine Super Liga Grand Prix "1st Best Middle Blocker" 2018 Philippine Super Liga Grand Prix "1st Best Middle Blocker" 2019 Philippine Super Liga Grand Prix "Best Middle Blocker" 2014 PSA Ms. Volleyball 2017 DLSAA Lasallian Sports Achievement Award 2017 Philippine Superliga Ambassadress 2010 UAAP Season 72 volleyball tournaments - Silver medal, with De La Salle Lady Spikers 2011 UAAP Season 73 volleyball tournaments - Champion, with De La Salle Lady Spikers 2012 UAAP Season 74 volleyball tournaments - Champion, with De La Salle Lady Spikers 2013 UAAP Season 75 volleyball tournaments - Champion, with De La Salle Lady Spikers 2014 UAAP Season 76 volleyball tournaments - Silver medal, with De La Salle Lady Spikers 2014 PSL All-Filipino Conference - 4th placer, with AirAsia Flying Spikers 2014 PSL Grand Prix Conference - Silver medal, with Generika Lifesavers 2014 Shakey's V-League 11th Season Reinforced Open Conference - 4th placer, with MERALCO Power Spikers 2015 Shakey's V-League 12th Season Open Conference - 4th placer, with MERALCO Power Spikers 2015 Shakey's V-League 12th Season Reinforced Open Conference - Silver medal, with Philippine Army Lady Troopers 2015 PSL All-Filipino Conference – Champion, with Petron Blaze Spikers 2015 PSL Grand Prix Conference - Silver medal, with Petron Blaze Spikers 2016 PSL Invitational Cup - Bronze medal, with F2 Logistics Cargo Movers 2016 PSL All-Filipino Conference – Champion, with F2 Logistics Cargo Movers 2016 PSL Grand Prix Conference - Bronze medal, with F2 Logistics Cargo Movers 2017 PSL All-Filipino Conference - Silver medal, with F2 Logistics Cargo Movers 2017 Sealect Tuna Volleyball Cup - Bronze medal, with PSL All-Stars 2017 PSL Grand Prix Conference - Champion, with F2 Logistics Cargo Movers 2018 PSL Grand Prix Conference - Silver medal, with F2 Logistics Cargo Movers 2018 PSL Invitational Cup - Champion, with F2 Logistics Cargo Movers 2018 PSL All-Filipino Conference - Silver medal, with F2 Logistics Cargo Movers 2019 PSL Grand Prix Conference - Silver medal, with F2 Logistics Cargo Movers 2019 PSL All-Filipino Conference – Champion, with F2 Logistics Cargo Movers 2019 PSL Invitational Conference - Champion, with F2 Logistics Cargo Movers

19th Infantry Division (Wehrmacht)

The 19th Infantry Division was a formation of the German Wehrmacht during World War II. Formed 1 October 1934 as Artillerieführer VI in Hannover, the division was renamed 19. Infanterie-Division on 15 October 1935. Mobilized on 25 August 1939 the division participated in the Invasion of Poland and the Battle of France. After the French campaign, the division was reorganized as a tank division and on 1 November 1940 was renamed 19th Panzer Division; the commanders of the division: General der Kavallerie Konrad von Goßler 1 October 1934 - 1 March 1938 Generalleutnant Günther Schwantes 1 March 1938 - 1 February 1940 Generalmajor Otto von Knobelsdorff 1 February 1940 - 1 November 1940 Mitcham, Samuel W.. The Panzer Legions. Mechanicsburg: Stackpole Books. ISBN 978-0-8117-3353-3. Müller-Hillebrand, Burkhard. Das Heer 1933-1945. Entwicklung des organisatorischen Aufbaues. Vol. III: Der Zweifrontenkrieg. Das Heer vom Beginn des Feldzuges gegen die Sowjetunion bis zum Kriegsende. Frankfurt am Main: Mittler.

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