A compromise proposal in which the Ritter Center would move all or part of its food pantry, showers and mail service elsewhere will be presented at the San Rafael City Council meeting Monday.
The city has been considering changing or revoking Ritter’s use permit in an attempt to reduce the number of people served there. The alternative plan, which would leave the permit unchanged, was hammered out between the center and city officials over the past few weeks.
“We’re trying to find some win-win opportunities that help both the city and Ritter,” said Andrew Hening, San Rafael’s director of homeless outreach and policy.
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It is situated atop a toxic plume site left by Pac Bell at 23 Mark Drive
and Fairchild Semiconductor Site next door.
The council will discuss the proposal at its 7 p.m. meeting at City Hall.
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