Prohibition on Food Delivery Apps Keeping Tips Joins List of Eatery-Friendly New Laws in 2022

Prohibition on Food Delivery Apps Keeping Tips Joins List of Eatery-Friendly New Laws in 2022

In our roundup of new pieces of legislation that went into effect on January 1st, we missed one that is a long overdue, positive step for the legions of workers who work for food delivery app companies like GrubHub and UberEats. Assembly Bill 286 increases billing...
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,...
Facing Neighbor Opposition But Vocal Support From Housing Advocates, City Council Backs Further Exploration of Housing Development on City-Owned Land at 1 Hamilton Drive

Facing Neighbor Opposition But Vocal Support From Housing Advocates, City Council Backs Further Exploration of Housing Development on City-Owned Land at 1 Hamilton Drive

1 Hamilton Drive, a proposed site for workforce housing. The Council delcared the portion of 1 Hamilton Drive shaded in blue exempt surplus land. Can the City of Mill Valley successfully create conditions to ensure that dozens of people who work in Mill Valley but...