Jody Rassell

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July, 2021

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Supported a comment by Leslie Adler-Ivanbrook on Coast Guard Neighborhood Renewal 1 year, 5 months ago
Leslie Adler-Ivanbrook
Some ideas that are not currently serviced in our community would be great to include in this new development. Garden space- the community garden at Toby's has just been closed and there are many people who do not have the ability to grow food at their residences. Swimming pool- there are many swimmers in this community who would benefit from year-round swim exercise without driving over the hill. There is also a need for swim lessons for youth, which is not fully served by Waterdogs in the bay during a short summer period. Community recreation center, including for art practice. The benefit of increased housing opportunity to a diverse range of people, which hopefully reduces the housing squeeze in West Marin, is of course the primary benefit!
Supported a comment by Carol Whitman on Coast Guard Neighborhood Renewal 1 year, 5 months ago
Carol Whitman
Makes it inclusive with the rest of the local community. Think it’s important for residents to have a lot of influence on what the neighborhood will be.
Supported a comment by susan brayton on Coast Guard Neighborhood Renewal 1 year, 5 months ago
susan brayton
I'm most excited about the housing! This will enable a great mixture of families, seniors, & workers who are in need of secure rentals to be able to live here and enhance West Marin by enlivening the community - kids can walk to West Marin School! CLAM has a current waiting list (7/21) of 200 individuals and families.
Supported a comment by susan brayton on Coast Guard Neighborhood Renewal 1 year, 5 months ago
susan brayton
I do have a concern about the privacy of the residents. It is their neighborhood. I would like to see a Commons space that can be shared by residents on the property and the local community. There should be some thinking done on the impact of tourism.
Supported a comment by susan brayton on Coast Guard Neighborhood Renewal 1 year, 5 months ago
susan brayton
Concern re privacy of residents. There's lots of time to put some serious thinking into this in terms of design, impact and areas that would be commons spaces.
Supported a comment by Elisabeth Ptak on Coast Guard Neighborhood Renewal 1 year, 5 months ago
Elisabeth Ptak
Name it for something evocative of the natural beauty all around. Manzanita? Buckeye? Oak? I like the idea of having the word “Corner” in the name for its location at that bend in Mesa Road. Makes me think of the town Grover’s Corner from the play “Our Town.” Avoid naming it for a person, living or dead, please. Avoid cutesiness or any name with the word “estates” in it ( I doubt that would be a contender, but just thought I’d mention it).