A few items this week: Spotswood gets ahead of himself. Downtown Streets Team works with me in my yard. Are REST clients “elite”?
Ritter Center attorney, Andrew G. Giacomini, Managing Partner at HansonBridgett law firm, submitted a letter to the City of San Rafael on Monday June 6 in response to... Read More
The San Rafael City Council has released the staff report on the Ritter Center proposed operational changes. The three proposals reflect revising and moving some of the... Read More
While the City of San Rafael and the County work to relocate Ritter Center, 60 more people were left unsheltered on May 1. Time to put politics aside and get emergency shelter space in the multi-service center plan. This is simply a win-win for everyone!
With so much negative, polarizing rhetoric about the homeless issue and magical thinking solutions (send them to Sonoma!), it is a relief to have a realistic plan on the table.