Curated News You Can Use, From Mill Valley, Marin, the Bay Area & Beyond – Week of Jan. 10

Curated News You Can Use, From Mill Valley, Marin, the Bay Area & Beyond – Week of Jan. 10

In addition to our weekly updates here on the Enjoy Mill Valley Blog, we also publish an at least weekly newsletter for Mill Valley Chamber of Commerce members, who span from individuals who want to stay engaged with the business and nonprofit communities to...
These New CA Laws Went Into Effect on Jan. 1 – Here Are Some That Might Affect You

These New CA Laws Went Into Effect on Jan. 1 – Here Are Some That Might Affect You

California State Capitol in Sacramento. January 1st is the day that legislation passed in the previous calendar year – and signed by Gov. Gavin Newsom – takes effect. As usual, the California State Legislature can’t be faulted for inactivity. On the heels of...
A Mill Valley Year in Review: Joy, Pain, Sunshine…What Else? (Lately), Plenty of Much-Needed Rain

A Mill Valley Year in Review: Joy, Pain, Sunshine…What Else? (Lately), Plenty of Much-Needed Rain

(DOD Photo by Navy Petty Officer 1st Class Carlos M. Vazquez II) As we near the third year of an absolutely relentless, seemingly never-ending and ever-changing global pandemic, it can be difficult to take it all in, to view 2021 with a macro-level perspective,...
Frustrated by a Deluge of State Legislation, City Officials Resolve to Pull Every Lever Possible to Meet Its Housing Goals

Frustrated by a Deluge of State Legislation, City Officials Resolve to Pull Every Lever Possible to Meet Its Housing Goals

The site of 9-unit housing development, first proposed in 2005 and approved in 2011, has languished for myriad reasons ever since, widely known as Mill Valley’s least-used rock climbing wall. The City of Mill Valley earlier this year joined just about every...