Pathway Resurfacing Begins Late Sept

Just as the long, drawn–out reconfiguration of the Gate 6–Bridgeway intersection comes to an end, a project to resurface 1.4 miles of the Sausalito–Mill Valley Multi–Use Pathway is expected to begin during the week of September 27. The work, which will take approximately three weeks to complete, will require sections...

High–Efficiency Toilet Rebates Available

According to HGTV,  California has limited toilet flushes to a mere 1.28 gallons per flush. That limit is now the standard for the current generation of “high-efficiency” toilets (HET) that earn a WaterSense certification from the EPA. The Marin Municipal Water District is encouraging customers to replace old toilets with new...

Climate Action Workshops Start Sept 15

Are you ready to take effective, measurable climate action and help build disaster–resilient communities? Join a Climate Action Team by signing up to participate in a free five–session virtual workshop presented by Resilient Neighborhoods. Whether you’ve done a little or a lot already, there are over 100 actions to choose...

Emergency Buddies

If you live alone, especially with a disability, it’s smart to enlist a buddy to help with emergencies. In one case, a woman in her 90s who lives alone worked out a clever way to check in with her neighbor. When she gets out of bed, she makes sure to...

Intersection Work to Finish Sept 15

Sausalito Currents has reported that the project to improve safety for cyclists, cars, and pedestrians at the intersection of Gate 6 Road and Bridgeway is nearing completion. According to the project manager, all lane barriers were removed Tuesday morning. No further traffic delays are anticipated. The City of Sausalito expects...

Disaster Planning for Pets

Leaving pets out of evacuation plans can put pets, pet owners, and first responders in danger, says the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Even if you try to create a safe place for them, pets left behind during a disaster are likely to be injured, lost, or worse. Be...

Covid Breakthrough Fatality at WPH

Dimitreo, who worked in maintenance at Waldo Point Harbor, has succumbed to COVID–19, leaving behind a wife and two children. Floating Homes Association President Michael Labate has set up a gofundme page for those who would like to offer their support to Dimitreo’s family. WPH management has verified that Dimitreo...

Coordinator Needed for Coastal Cleanup

Jen Gennari of Issaquah Dock has led our community in Coastal Cleanup since 2017, but as this year’s date approaches, she’s on the East Coast. In her absence, is there anyone willing to serve as the point of contact for picking up materials and reporting back to the Bay Model...

Housing Element for Unincorporated Marin

Marin County, like other communities in California, is initiating a planning process under California State law to identify how to meet our housing needs at all income levels. According to the County’s Community Development website, this process involves updating the County’s Housing Element, which is a required component of the...