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Luke Barnesmoore of Home Match: Older Adult Homelessness and the Need for a County Homelessness Prevention Strategy

Luke Barnesmoore of Home Match: Older Adult Homelessness and the Need for a County Homelessness Prevention Strategy

“Older adults are—as we might expect given the realities of aging— high utilizers of HHS services, but they are not seeing equitable outcomes in our homelessness response system because the interventions available through coordinated entry are not designed to meet their unique needs. We cannot accept the notion that asking our elected officials to prevent displacement and homelessness among low-income older adults is asking too much.”

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Surf + Sand Shop Toasts 2nd-Year Anniversary Feat. the Likes of Senna Case, Elizee Shoes and Much More – June 1st, 10-6pm

Surf + Sand Shop Toasts 2nd-Year Anniversary Feat. the Likes of Senna Case, Elizee Shoes and Much More – June 1st, 10-6pm

Surf + Sand owner Lauren Makiyevskiy is hosting her annual (2nd year) Makers Market, where they support other local women-owned businesses through creativity! There will be more than 9 vendors there (10 including us) and possibly more coming. Women’s and kids’ clothing, shoes, jewelry, photography, art, accessories, flowers, and more! Some of these artists are local Mill Valley moms, others are Bay Area natives. Many of these artists have won awards and much more! Senna Case is owned by local Mill Valley social media influencer Chantelle Paige. Elizée Shoes is a brand that has been worn by the likes of Brooke Shields. 

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Longtime Local Photographer Amelia Plumb to Showcase ‘Psychedelic – Exploring Nature Through Experimental Film Photography’ at the Mill Valley Chamber Thru July 12th – ArtWalk is Tuesday, June 4th from 5:30-7:30!

Longtime Local Photographer Amelia Plumb to Showcase ‘Psychedelic – Exploring Nature Through Experimental Film Photography’ at the Mill Valley Chamber Thru July 12th – ArtWalk is Tuesday, June 4th from 5:30-7:30!

Plumb, who fell in love with photography at a young age and found herself in the dark room by the time she got to high school, is set to showcase her 35 mm film, various film stocks (fujifilm 200 and Kodak Ektar 100).
“The film is soaked in liquid, and hand processed in one of just a few labs that process this type of film in the US,” she says. “This type of photography is ‘experimental, and the process is called ‘Film Soup.’ 

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With Another Memorial Day Parade on the Horizon, CBS News Bay Area Honors Homestead Valley’s Creative Juggernaut Tim Ryan With a Jefferson Award

With Another Memorial Day Parade on the Horizon, CBS News Bay Area Honors Homestead Valley’s Creative Juggernaut Tim Ryan With a Jefferson Award

He’s long since had Enjoy Mill Valley’s undivided attention. And now he’s garnered the attention of CBS News Bay Area’s Jefferson Awards. “The vibrant flowers that fill Tim Ryan’s Mill Valley backyard don’t need water,” CBS News Bay Area wrote. “They’re rooted in community spirit.” “It’s joy. It’s simply just joy,” Ryan told CBS News Bay Area. “That’s my idea.”

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Free Westminster Events Panel on Affordable Housing in Marin Featured a Trio Who Wants You to Learn to Love and Support Housing Density for the Long-Term Benefit of our Community

Free Westminster Events Panel on Affordable Housing in Marin Featured a Trio Who Wants You to Learn to Love and Support Housing Density for the Long-Term Benefit of our Community

“Marin residents would love to support affordable housing, or at least that’s what they say,” Spotswood said at the outset. “To make real progress, we’re going to have to make larger strides.” “It will take 15 years to build out of this crisis,” Silva said. “We haven’t been meeting these goals for 30-plus years. That’s why we have this level of homelessness. We need every kind of housing.”

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City Council Looks to Make the Case for a November Ballot Measure to Address Massive Infrastructure Needs of $150 Million to $180 Million in the Next 10-15 Years

City Council Looks to Make the Case for a November Ballot Measure to Address Massive Infrastructure Needs of $150 Million to $180 Million in the Next 10-15 Years

On the heels of city efforts to fund its massive, long-term infrastructure needs via a Transfer and Real Property Transfer Tax – an effort whose polling ultimately didn’t meet the necessary support to pass via a EMC Research survey of likely voters – City of Mill Valley officials pivoted in March to direct staff to present a 1% Sales Tax increase ballot measure to voters in November to establish a dependable source of local funding for crucial City services and facilities. The total, long-term needs are $150 million to $180 million in the next 10-15 years,” city officials said at a City Council meeting Monday. 

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