Curated News You Can Use, From Mill Valley & Beyond – Week of May 27

Curated News You Can Use, From Mill Valley & Beyond – Week of May 27

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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

By Luke Barnesmoore In California, older adults are now the fastest-growing demographic facing first-time homelessness. Shockingly, 48% of the unhoused population in California is over 50, with 41% experiencing homelessness for the first time after reaching this age...
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

As anyone who reads the EMV Blog knows well, Homestead Valley’s Tim Ryan, a 2023 Milley Award winner, widely known for his public art projects that bring his neighbors together, brings pure joy to his community on a regular basis.  He’s long since had...
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

You have (hopefully) heard by now that Marin is in the midst of a housing crisis, and that if we don’t address it head on, we may ultimately lose the local control we have over where new housing appears within our community. There have been no shortage of...
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

It’s always good to have a plan B. 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...
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!!

The California Film Institute this week is reintroducing a beloved cultural landmark to the heart of Mill Valley. With a rich history spanning decades, the Sequoia Cinema has been a cornerstone of entertainment for residents and visitors alike. Under the stewardship...