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CFCL Schematic Design Documents Posted!

Hello Community Members, Staff and Partners,

Good News! The Center for Community Life Schematic Design Drawings are ready for viewing! A hard copy set will be available at the CSD office or at the Marin City Library.

An electronic copy is available for downloading here: https://www.dropbox.com/sh/tqct666zhnyuj8d/AAC4zAAdqcKaTUgf2VaN99tya?dl=0

This work represents the direction of the CSD Board, CSD Staff input, and CAC input. This work also makes up the core components of the Precise Development Plan (PDP) and Use Permit (UP) submission to the County of Marin.

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Center for Community Life: Online Survey is Live!

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The Center for Community Life project is one step closer to becoming your new community center! An updated master plan was recently submitted to the County, describing the long-term vision for expanded spaces for recreation, enrichment, and wellness uses. Click here to view a copy of the master plan that was submitted.

Please click HERE to take the online survey about what should be included in the Phase 1 of the Center for Life Community Project!

A funding strategy has been identified, and design is about to begin for the first phase of the project and we need your input to help make it great. Please fill out the survey, by clicking on the link below. The survey collects your thoughts on what should be included in the first phase of the project. Thank you for your participation and feedback!

 

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Chuck Collins is Invested in Marin City’s Future

Chuck-Collins-high-resChuck Collins is a son of Marin—born and raised in Mill Valley, he is proud of his roots. The President and CEO of the YMCA of San Francisco, Collins provides leadership for the health and well-being of residents across the Bay Area from Marin City to the Santa Cruz mountains.

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A Proud Marin City Looks Ahead

Johnathan-Logan-park-openingAfter more than 11 years with the Marin City Community Services District (MCCSD), Johnathan Logan stepped down as General Manager in February. Logan’s tenure helped spark community change and transformation and the new Interim General Manager Monique Brown, previously the District’s Director of Programs and Operations, will build off of this momentum.

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