Board Meeting Notes – Feb 2019

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 February BOARD MEETING: President Michael Labate and VP Taylor Ray introduced a new approach to meetings: pressing issues will be discussed first, with less... Read more

A New Twist on the March 2, 2019 FHA Raffle

For the FHA annual meeting raffle this year, we are including service gifts. Can you donate: a quick ride to the Marin Airporter Manzanita stop? 3 hours of organizing help?  a freshly baked cake from a home recipe? Service gifts are a great way to let your dock neighbors know... Read more

Open Forum, Board Meeting – March 12

To continue our community conversation, OPEN FORUM will be included in the March, June and September Board meetings. We are interested in your thoughts about where our time and attention should be focused. Your input is most welcome and appreciated. Please join us. If there’s something specific you’d like to discuss,... Read more

Safety Tips

At the invitation of East Pier Dock Rep Carole Angermeir, Court Mast of West Pier conducted a safety seminar in January─just in time for the winter storms. Here are some tips Court distributed at the meeting. Other discussion topics included emergency procedures and tools for assessing any special emergency skills... Read more

Bri Hurley: 2/15/1964 –12/24/2018

Bri, a longtime resident of the waterfront community, passed away on Christmas eve after a long battle with cancer. She was private, strong and brave throughout her life, with unique grace and energy, and she died as she lived, with dignity and reserve. She was a fantastic photographer and published... Read more

Vallejo Exhbition at Bolinas Museum

The Bolinas Museum is presenting an exhibit entitled “Ship of Dreams: Artists, Poets, and Visionaries of the S.S. Vallejo (1949 – 1969).” This is the same exhibit that appeared at the Sonoma Valley Museum of Arts last April. On Saturday, February 16 Betsy Stroman, the author of “The Art and... Read more

Age-Friendly Marin Survey

Marin residents age 60 and older and those working with older adults are encouraged to take the Age-Friendly County Marin survey. I took the survey myself and question 4 allowed me to indicate that I live on a floating home. As FHA emergency services chair Flo Hoylman points out, “Our... Read more