- Wednesday, April 26
- at the Mill Valley Community Center, 180 Camino Alto Ave. in the Mountain View Room
- Social time from 6PM-6:30. Meeting start time is 6:30pm.
- Refreshments supplied by the TPNA Board.
- A brief business meeting will follow the speaker, Mill Valley City Manager, Jim McCann
Friends of Mill Valley Presents 2015 Candidates Forum, Conversations with Dick Spotswood
Meet our City Council Candidates
Kenneth Brooks | Kirk Knauer | Sashi McEntee | Stephanie Moulton-Peters | Jim Wickham
142 Throckmorton Theatre Thursday September 24, 2015
Doors Open 7:00 pm Community Event 7:30 – 9:00
Suggested Donation $10 | Proceeds to Throckmorton Theatre
Duncan and Margie Drechsel, Dennis Fisco and Pam Polite, Susan Kirsch, Dave and Patty LaDuke, Burton Miller and Phebe Gregson, John and Amy Palmer, Bob Silvestri, Liz and Ed Specht, Mitch Wortzman and Jodi Korb, Community Venture Partners, Freeman Park Neighborhood Association, Kite Hill Neighborhood Association, Scott Valley Homeowners Association, Tamalpais Park Neighborhood Association
Friends of Mill Valley works to add the voice of the community to the City’s decision-making process about growth, planning and other issues of significant public interest, and to promote greater public participation in shaping successful solutions.
“Let’s get it right!”
Everyone is welcome from Tam Park. See our agenda below:
1. Welcome Mara Brazer
2. Review recent home sales
3. Review content of our baskets
4. Review our process and discuss best practices
5. Assemble some baskets
6. Discuss membership and outreach
Thank you and I look forward to seeing you tonight.
The Bicycle and Pedestrian Advisory Committee (BPAC) continues to work on the City's Bicycle and Pedestrian Transportation Plan Update. The June 10, 2015 BPAC Meeting will be held in City Hall Council Chambers, 26 Corte Madera Ave, Mill Valley from 7:00 pm - 8:30 pm. To view the Calendar item, which includes Staff Reports and Attachments for the meeting, please click here.
The Committee continues to work on the Bicycle and Pedestrian Transportation Plan update. The committee will discuss input received from the public during the April 30th workshop, continue the prioritization process of bicycle and pedestrian projects, and review the draft list of SLPs for inclusion in the update. The committee will also discuss the pilot bike corral project. The Plan is critical to direct staff efforts in the development and enhancement of facilities for pedestrians and bicycles.
For questions regarding the upcoming BPAC meeting, please contact Cecilia Zamora, Associate Engineer at (415) 384-4807 or email email@example.com.
For more information regarding the Bicycle and Pedestrian Advisory Committee, please visit the BPAC home page by clicking here.
Civil Engineer Technician
City of Mill Valley
26 Corte Madera Avenue
Mill Valley, CA 94941
New architects have been hired to take on the commercial development of 250 E. Blithedale. This will be a good opportunity for neighbors to share concerns and suggestions. The TPNA will have representation there and we'll report of the outcome. Please join us.
Here is a letter they shared:
Dear Neighbors and Interested Community Members,
We received your email address from Kari Svanstrom, the Senior Planner with the City of Mill Valley, because you expressed interest in the planned project at 250 East Blithedale.
The owners of 250 East Blithedale, Tony and Alvin Chan, have hired Geiszler Architects to bring a fresh approach to their planned rehabilitation and renovation project. Before we begin the design, we’d like to hear from you about your concerns and how we can best minimize impacts on the surrounding neighborhood.
Please join us at an informal meeting at the site on Wed, May 27th at 7pm. We will be in the former Mill Valley Services suite. If you can’t attend but would like to provide input, please feel free to email us with your thoughts.
Hope to see you there.
Steve Geiszler firstname.lastname@example.org
Gary Kneeland email@example.com
Project Architect, Geiszler Architects
2155 Powell Street
San Francisco, CA 94133
March in Mill Valley's Memorial Day Parade. If you are an active member of our association, you may join us and march with your neighbors. Review the rules of the parade here.
We are looking for children to join us in walking or riding in wagons in the parade. Our hope is to give each child a balloon to hold and to showcase the beautiful greenery of our neighborhood. We'll be decorating the balloon strings with local flora and fauna. Join us for the pre-parade crafting session. It will be a fun activity to do with your child. Contact: Kate Shaw if you would like to join us. Marchers will meet at Old Mill Park at 9:00 AM.
Here is a note from the parade's organizers:
This year’s theme “MILL VALLEY SALUTES MEMORIAL DAY”
In military traditions of various times and places, there have been numerous methods of performing salutes, using hand gestures, cannon or rifle shots, hoisting of flags, removal of headgear, or other means of showing respect or deference.
Saluting is also used by the Police and Fire Departments. We will be honoring those who gave their lives and those who continue to protect our country, our town and our way of life. Small town pride, Mom, Apple Pie , Freedom, Opportunity and Democracy.
The I Love a Parade Committee’s intention for each years theme is to inspire and support the Mill Valley community to be the best town in America. Our intention this year is very simple. Teach our children to remember and honor the sacrifices made by our friends, sons, daughters, fathers and mothers what they gave, so we could be free! Let’s all play with our friends, neighbors and fellow merchants. Break out the Red White and Blue, build wondrous floats, great window displays and show our kids and country how creativity and working together help to create amazing results.
We want to identify new home owners in our area and bring them welcome baskets full of information and goodies. We're also intent on sharing good will. If you have an idea for our group or want to join us and help, please come or contact Kate Shaw firstname.lastname@example.org.