Remember the Wiggle and the Fervor that Followed About What to Do With the Additional Space? City Officials Have the Budget to Expand the Plaza

Remember the Wiggle and the Fervor that Followed About What to Do With the Additional Space? City Officials Have the Budget to Expand the Plaza

As you’ll certainly recall unless you weren’t in Mill Valley at the time, there was quite the kerfuffle in 2022 around what Mill Valley residents might want to do with the former wiggle, i.e., the expansion of the sidewalk along the block of Miller between...
As Electricity Bills Soar, MCE Offers Relief: Residents and Businesses Eligible for MCE Cares Credit Get up to $25 in Monthly Credits

As Electricity Bills Soar, MCE Offers Relief: Residents and Businesses Eligible for MCE Cares Credit Get up to $25 in Monthly Credits

As investor-owned utilities increase prices, MCE’s Board of Directors is offering bill relief for homes and businesses while keeping rates stable and lower than PG&E. Bay Area residents most burdened by energy costs will receive a $20 monthly MCE Cares Credit...
Mill Valley City Council Once Again Toasts ‘The Best of Us,’ This Time Honoring the Remarkable Contributions of the Force of Nature That Is Hugh Kuhn

Mill Valley City Council Once Again Toasts ‘The Best of Us,’ This Time Honoring the Remarkable Contributions of the Force of Nature That Is Hugh Kuhn

The City of Mill Valley has made a point in recent years of highlighting some of the legions of local volunteers that have made an ongoing positive impact to the community. In recent months, longtime Mill Valley resident Joan Murray was honored by the City Council for...
On the Heels of an Impactful, Festive Juneteenth at Tam High With MV Rec and Hip Hop for Change, Let’s Celebrate This Treasured Holiday More Broadly Today!

On the Heels of an Impactful, Festive Juneteenth at Tam High With MV Rec and Hip Hop for Change, Let’s Celebrate This Treasured Holiday More Broadly Today!

Juneteeth, the nation’s 12th national holiday that is ​officially recognized on June 19th as the oldest celebrated commemoration of the ending of slavery in the United States, draws a great deal of justifiable, ever-growing attention, and 2024 is no different. The...
Marin’s Office of Emergency Management Serves Up Annual Sidewalk CPR Event Across the County – Saturday, August 17th

Marin’s Office of Emergency Management Serves Up Annual Sidewalk CPR Event Across the County – Saturday, August 17th

Elaine Wilkinson, the Countywide Preparedness Coordinator who works for the Office of Emergency Management, announced this week that the annual Sidewalk CPR event will once again be taking place on Saturday, August 17th in Mill Valley as part of a countywide event...