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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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After Transitioning Away from CineArts, the Legendary Sequoia Theatre Returns Under New Management by the California Film Institute, With Ten $1 Screenings Starting Tonight!!

After Transitioning Away from CineArts, the Legendary Sequoia Theatre Returns Under New Management by the California Film Institute, With Ten $1 Screenings Starting Tonight!!

“We are thrilled to announce the reopening of the Sequoia Cinema under the CAFILM umbrella,” said Mark Fishkin, Executive Director and Founder of the California Film Institute. “The Sequoia holds a special place in the hearts of many, and we are excited to welcome patrons back for the movie-watching experience. While a full renovation is planned for the future, our current priority is to provide a welcoming environment for our community to enjoy fantastic films. We’re eager to reconnect with our loyal patrons and share the magic of the big screen with them.”

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Mill Valley Arts Commission, Mill Valley Recreation and Mill Valley Lumber Yard Team Up for a Thrilling Evening of Silent Disco – May 17th, 5-8pm

Mill Valley Arts Commission, Mill Valley Recreation and Mill Valley Lumber Yard Team Up for a Thrilling Evening of Silent Disco – May 17th, 5-8pm

We’ll never tire of new, exciting ways to experience music in our community through a variety of mediums. Next up is Silent Disco at the Mill Valley Lumber Yard at 129 Miller Avenue. In partnership with the Mill Valley Arts Commission, Mill Valley Recreation and the Mill Valley Lumber Yard, here’s your chance to dance the night away on Friday, May 17th from 5-8pm. 

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A Blockbuster Memorial Day Weekend Is Almost Upon Us: Volunteer Firefighters’ Memorial Day Pancake Breakfast, Parade, MVHS Walk Into History, 4-Day Kiddo! Carnival!!

A Blockbuster Memorial Day Weekend Is Almost Upon Us: Volunteer Firefighters’ Memorial Day Pancake Breakfast, Parade, MVHS Walk Into History, 4-Day Kiddo! Carnival!!

Let’s be clear: pancakes are always a good idea. That’s especially true when they serve as the tasty entree to a blockbuster Memorial Day weekend. It all begins with the return of the Mill Valley Volunteer Firefighters’ Association’s Pancake Breakfast from 7-11am in front of Mill Valley City Hall (26 Corte Madera Avenue) outside Southern Marin Fire Department Station 6 with pancakes, eggs, sausage, juice, milk and coffee.

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Jay Tamang, a Nepali-Born Social Worker, Longtime Whole Foods Employee and Multi-Talented Photographer, Is Set to Showcase his Dazzling ‘Natural Phenomena’ Work at the MV Community Center – June 4-July 4

Jay Tamang, a Nepali-Born Social Worker, Longtime Whole Foods Employee and Multi-Talented Photographer, Is Set to Showcase his Dazzling ‘Natural Phenomena’ Work at the MV Community Center – June 4-July 4

While Tamang’s deep ties to Nepal remain, including his work for Nepal FREED (Foundation for Rural Educational & Economic Development), the organization he founded in 2009 to raise money to build schools in the remote villages of Nepal, Tamang stays busy, as you can likely guess from his biography. 

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Floodwater in Tam Junction Once Again Welcomes West Coast Good Times’ Deep Disco, Featuring Canadian Duo SKIITOUR – May 18, 8pm-12am

Floodwater in Tam Junction Once Again Welcomes West Coast Good Times’ Deep Disco, Featuring Canadian Duo SKIITOUR – May 18, 8pm-12am

Following their recent Sold Out show, DJs, West Coast Good Times return to Floodwater in Mill Valley with their Deep Disco party and are incredibly proud to be bringing Headliners, Canadian DJ duo SkiiTour, to Marin County for the very first time. Hailing from the snow-covered peaks of Whistler, DJ duo SkiiTour are best known for their upbeat “feel-good house music that keeps the vibe groovy” all while channeling a cheeky retro ski aesthetic.

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