Sunday, March 29, 2020

Yes to the Howl, No to Fireworks

City of Mill Valley asks that everyone participating in the weekly, bi-weekly, or nightly 8:00 pm "Howl" to refrain from lighting things that go boom in the night, have the potential to start fires and/or frighten the neighbors' dog.

Thanks for your cooperation. 

Editor's note: This is why we can't have nice things.

Wednesday, March 25, 2020

Good Earth : New Hours

In case you didn't get the memo, Good Earth has adjusted their hours during this pandemic crisis.
General Public:
10 am - 8 pm
9am - 10am Seniors, immune compromised and pregnant people.

Editor's note : Please cover your nose and mouth while venturing out.

Sunday, March 15, 2020

Good Earth Opening Late on March 15, Removes Self Serve Food Stations

Sunday, March 15th - Good Earth Locations are opening late at 11:00 AM

A Note from Good Earth:

Over the past week, our stores have seen an unprecedented amount of traffic. We feel strongly that we need to give our teams a chance to pause and regroup. We are also coordinating with an outside cleaning service to help us deep clean our stores. We will close at our normal time of 9:00 PM on Sunday, March 15th. We are planning to resume our normal hours of 8:00 AM - 9:00 PM on Monday, March 16th.

As we announced yesterday, we are voluntarily closing some of our self-serve kitchen including our Hot Bar, Salad Bar, and Soup Bar. We are adapting other high-touch, self-serve areas of our food service departments like our Pastry Case, Wok Bar, Pizza Station, and Cafe Coffee and Tea stations, so that product handling is limited to staff members only. We are also changing the way that we package our made-in-house bread so that no portion of the bread is exposed. Our grab and go offerings are still available, and we are looking at how we can adapt our kitchen to best serve you. To read more about what we are doing to respond to COVID-19, please visit:

Tuesday, February 18, 2020

Marin Primary : Vote NO on D

The Homestead Beat endorses a a NO vote on D.

Yes, the process to acquire the land was flawed, but this vote is an opportunity to weigh in how we feel about this piece of property, and how we would like it to be used. 

For me question is and always will be, "What is the best use of the land for the long term, for the majority of human and wildlife residents?"  

Always, especially at this point in time, the answer must be, "Stewardship." 

Therefore, I'm voting NO on D.

-- MT

Wednesday, January 29, 2020

Marin Sheriff: Arrest In Relation to Tam High Incident

Message from Marin Sheriff:
"An arrest has been made in relation to the incident near Tam High School on Monday. More details will be released later this morning, but we wanted the parents of students at Tam High School to be aware prior to the start of school."