Margo Wixsom

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April, 2022

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Commented on Coast Guard Neighborhood Renewal 2 weeks, 5 days ago
Keep this amazing affordable housing as rental units so that they remain affordable in perpetuity - once they are sold to private parties the affordable community is gone. Keep rents as non-profit to support our service workers and make people with Native ancestry a priority for at least 25% (or more) of the units. It is essential that we use this opportunity for reparations for stealing this land from families like the Felix family. It should not be another opportunity to create housing purchases for white privilege families.
Commented on Coast Guard Neighborhood Renewal 2 weeks, 5 days ago
Nature trails, slab seating, benches for sitting and socializing in shaded areas. Make signage that tells the Native American history if this area.
Commented on Coast Guard Neighborhood Renewal 2 weeks, 5 days ago
Add something comprehensive aside from the upper class white privileged spaces of Marin. Make it inviting and accessible for the community by placing public spaces at the front of the property (Commodore Webster Rd) with parking landscaped to allow privacy for residents.
Commented on Coast Guard Neighborhood Renewal 2 weeks, 5 days ago
Playground for older kids and nature trails. We already have the Dance Palace and GRO nearby and a children's playground behind the public bathrooms nearby. Add something new for the neighborhood. Possibly an outdoor events space for rental income to fund maintenance costs.
Commented on Coast Guard Neighborhood Renewal 2 weeks, 5 days ago
Make it include Native and Hispanic history. We have more than enough white colonial history showcased and privileged in Marin. We do not need another cow painting. Make it about the environment and Native peoples of Tamál Húye.
Commented on Coast Guard Neighborhood Renewal 2 weeks, 5 days ago
Post a call for entries through Gallery Route 1 and open this with priority to artists of Native and Hispanic heritage. Make the Art reflective of an inclusive history rather than just colonial ranching and pretty poppies.