Monday, February 7, 2022

Citizens Discuss housing element on Zoom 2/10 at 5 PM.



Join Us for a Zoom Call on

Marin's Unrealistic Growth Mandates

525% INCREASE in required housing units
for the next building cycle (2023-2031)

“Anyone who can make you believe absurdities can make you commit atrocities.” Voltaire

What are the risks?

Building in flood and fire zones

Drives up land values

Decreases affordability

Who benefits from inflated quotas?

Get informed. Meet neighbors. Take action!

Thursday, February 10, 2022 5:00 - 6:30 PM

Register Here

Join colleagues who prefer critical thinking and common sense


Susan Kirsch, Host

Catalysts for Local Control
Sharon Rushton

Sharon Rushton

Sustainable TamAlmonte, President
frank egger 2

Frank Egger

Fairfax, 7-time mayor
damian morgan

Damian Morgan

Marin City CSD, Chairman
stephen nestel 2

Stephen Nestel

Marinwood/Lucas Valley
Reading Resources for More Information:
Marin County Releases List of Housing Element Sites, Sharon Rushton, The Marin Post
County Pitches Housing Sites, Rick Halstead, The Marin IJ
Housing Policy Needs Common Sense, Accuracy, Susan Kirsch, The Marin IJ
Double Counting in the Latest Needs Assessment, The Embarcadero Institute.
Marin's Estimated Housing Quotas Are Off The Chart!, Sharon Rushton, The Marin Post
This Block Used to be for First-Time Homebuyers. Washington Post

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