"We may have all come on different ships, but we're in the same boat now." Martin Luther King, Jr.
Wednesday, January 10, 2018
Missing large grey and white fluffy kitty, 8 years old and male. Reward for any information leading to his recovery. His name is Kirby Sinclair and we've had him since he was a little kitten off a farm.
He went missing Tuesday, January 2 in Mill Valley near Hauke Park. Do you have any information about him? Did someone pick him up, thinking he was lost? Did he get accidentally locked in your garage or crawl space? Injured and hiding in your backyard? Please, please help us get him home! He is so loved and we are worried sick. Please call 415-717-6294.
Thursday, January 4, 2018
VIEW : In Case You Missed It: Story Poles for Proposed Marin Horizon School Project (updated 1/10 to include artist rendering)
Last week, I took these photos of the story poles for Marin Horizon School's proposed mixed use building and library.
Since the story poles for the mixed use building have already been removed, I am sharing them here for the benefit of neighbors who did not have the opportunity to view them over the holiday break.
That said, please believe me when I state that the photos do not begin to portray the massive scale of this project. Imho, It does not fit the site.
To subscribe to the project page on the County website, choose "Subscribe to this page" in the upper right hand corner of the project page: https://www.marincounty.org/depts/cd/divisions/planning/projects/tamalpais-valley/mill-valley-school-district_dr_p1799_mv
I strongly recommend neighbors with any interest/concerns about this proposed construction contact the planner directly ASAP by clicking on the planner's name on project page. This action will bring up a comment box, where you can make a comment for the public record. If you are not a good letter writer, just say "no."
While I appreciate that the school seems to be making some effort to improve community outreach/marketing efforts, the proposed project is much too large for the site.
Addition of these buildings will take an open outdoor space in a verdant semi rural setting and render it urban and claustrophobic.
This project will change the look and feel of the entire community center area and will not be an improvement for the Homestead community at large - or the students. I do not see how anyone could be convinced that this project is a good idea for this site, this neighborhood, this climate - let alone be convinced to pay for it!
If you share these views, please make your voices heard. The sooner, the better.
|Artist rendering : Michael Lipman|
Wednesday, January 3, 2018
Thursday, December 28, 2017
Mill Valley Refuse does not operate on Christmas or New Year’s Day.
Since both holidays fall on Mondays this year, garbage service will begin on Tuesday and operate one day later through Saturday both weeks.
Please put your cans out one day later than usual.
Normal service will resume the following week.
CHRISTMAS TREE PICK UP
Mill Valley Refuse will pick up your Christmas trees (5ft or smaller) along with your yard and food waste.
Please put your trees on the curb on any regular green can day,
beginning January 8, 2018, the week after New Year's.
- Remove all ornaments, tinsel and metal stands
- Wooden stands are okay to leave attached
- Trees over five feet must be cut for easier handling (each section less than five feet)
- Plastic trees can not be recycled, they must go in the trash
- Flocked trees are NOT accepted for composting