A look Back on Government Posts 2017

The last of these posts looking back on 2017, the FHA Governmental committee stays abreast of issues which affect or will affect our lives, from water quality and developments in Richardson Bay to legislation that may not come into law for several years. Because our situation is so unique, we... Read more

Town Hall on Wildfire Preparedness

Assemblymember Marc Levine and FIRESafe MARIN invite you to hear what state, county, and local governments are doing to prepare for wildfires and how we plan to improve fire safety in Marin. The event will take place at the College of Marin’s Fusselman Hall on Saturday, February 10 from 10:00... Read more

Sausalito Seekers – Fri Feb 9 at the Library

The 3rd of Sausalito Library’s 2018 Sausalito Documentary Films: Sausalito Seekers – Friday, February 9 at 7pm inside the Sausalito Library. One of the filmmakers behind the classic Sausalito waterfront story Last Free Ride, Saul Rouda (shown at left, back in the day) filmed the tribulations of the houseboat community from... Read more

FHA Posts 2017 – A Look Forward to 2018

In case it isn’t obvious by now, the FHA does a lot on behalf of the community. The dock reps and FHA board members volunteer their time, but they can only do so much. Consider offering to help out your dock rep, or join a committee or attend one of several... Read more

FHA Board Meeting Notes – January 2018

TO KEEP EVERYONE UP TO DATE ON WHAT THE FHA BOARD IS DOING, HERE ARE SOME OF THE ITEMS THAT WERE DISCUSSED OR DECIDED AT THE JANUARY BOARD MEETING: FHA Board meetings are now being held at 7:00 PM on the second Tuesday of each month, due to a scheduling change... Read more

Wilford Welch at Sausalito Book Passage

On January 31, the Sausalito Book Passage store will host a reading from In Our Hands – Handbook for Intergenerational Actions to Solve the Climate Crisis. The book, by longtime East Pier Resident Wilford Welch, offers an easy to understand primer on global warming and specific actions each of us can... Read more

Paying the Price for Peace – Fri Feb 2

The 2nd of Sausalito Library’s 2018 Sausalito Documentary Films: Paying the Price for Peace – Friday, February 2 at 7pm inside the Sausalito Library. The series continues with an award-winning film—Paying the Price for Peace (2016, 97 minutes)—edited by Sausalito storyteller Susan Utell and directed and produced by Bo Boudart. Through the... Read more

Foil Porch Piracy | Get Deliveries to Your Door

Getting packages delivered to the door has always required a little extra effort from our delivery drivers. Lately, some drivers have taken the shortcut of leaving parcels at the head of the docks, where they make for easy pickings. Hardest hit are the docks with gates at the entryway—A Dock’s... Read more

Second Chance for Free Smoke Alarms

Once again, the Floating Homes Association is partnering with The American Red Cross to install free smoke alarms. ARC volunteers will conduct the installations on March 17. If you missed the previous installation, this is your chance to get FREE Kidde 10-year (sealed battery) smoke alarms installed in your home.... Read more

Warnings & Emergency Preparedness — Review of 2017

The thing about emergency preparedness, and warnings, is that the need for this information never goes away. Some things are seasonal—checking your lines before the winter storms, or planning for king tides. For events such as earthquakes we need to be prepared year-round as there’s no predicting when a catastrophic... Read more