Law vs. Reality at Waldo Point

For more than a century, law and reality didn’t correspond at Waldo Point: what the law said should be there wasn’t in fact what was there. The past fifty years witnessed a seesawing and at times even violent struggle to bring law and reality into harmony. Charles Bush, former attorney... Read more

Board Meeting Notes – Aug 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 AUGUST BOARD MEETING: The new Harbor Master of Waldo Point Harbor, Bill Price, spoke with the Board about his ongoing intention to work with... Read more

Blues Bros on the Bay this Sat

— Join a fun night of live music and the wonderful worldwide float-in premiere of THE BLUES BROTHERS — Several talented floating home residents will be performing before the movie starts and, if it’s even close to being as fun as the last one, it promises to be a wonderful event. Read more

Issaquah the Beautiful

In late June, Issaquah Dock Rep Edo Castro received a letter congratulating the dock on winning a 2019 Sausalito Beautiful Beautification Award for community effort. These Beautification awards were originally created to spotlight members of the community who have made their little part of the world more beautiful. This is... Read more

The Sinking of the Red Barge

  WHO: Charles Bush WHAT: Reads from his novel Houseboat Wars WHERE: Sausalito Library WHEN: July 9 at 7:00 p.m. Charles Bush is a former attorney who represented the waterfront dwellers during the County’s attempts to evict them in the 70s. He’s now written a novel based on those events,... Read more

Greasers & Floaters

Over 70 folks found their way to the WPH Lagoon—in kayaks, SUPs, rafts, inflatables, and other small craft—to watch the movie Grease on a warm spring evening. A large screen was hung from the roof of Daren Joy’s Liberty Dock home and neighbors crowded their floats to join the fun.... Read more

Clearing Debris at Main Dock

Waldo Point Harbor is in the final stages of its 5-year renovation project. The docks are complete, the parking lots are raised, the seawall is in place and the new vegetation is flourishing. All that’s left to do are the final moves of homes onto Main Dock. Hampering progress, however,... 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

Michael Labate is New FHA President

Michael Labate was elected President of the Floating Homes Association Board at its January 8 meeting. Michael and his family were long term residents of the Gates Co-op until they moved to a new home on A Dock as part of the Waldo Point Harbor configuration. Taylor Ray of Liberty... Read more

PG&E Power Outage Roils Community

We’re now in day 3 of a PG&E power outage that rolled through many of the docks on Friday and Saturday, and is now concentrated on East Pier and A Dock. Actually, not a power outage per se as fortunately PG&E has supplied portable generators (gennies) to keep both docks... Read more