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Please Keep Our Waterfront Working
Photo Courtesy of Hanneke Steenmetz
WHO WE ARE
The Sausalito Working Waterfront Coalition (SWWC) represents, and advocates for, the interests of those whose livelihoods are linked to the Marinship and its multifaceted evolution. Our constituency includes an interdependent network of maritime workers, business owners, property owners, employees, artists, craftspeople, inventors, artisans, educators, and many Sausalito residents who are concerned for the future of this unique community and its historic legacy.
Too long have the voices of our Marinship dreamers, makers, and doers been ignored. Our maritime, light-industrial and artist enterprise thrive despite continued lax zoning enforcement, office conversions and threat of development. We are now determined to remedy that situation - before it is too late. Our booklet ITS HAPPENS IN THE MARINSHIP, tells the untold story of the people that make the Marinship a unique part of Sausalito's cultural heritage . The photo above is of 'Matthew Turner' on a beautiful spring day docked at the U.S. Army Corps Pier, her home pier. 'Matthew Turner' is an example of Sausalito's maritime heritage come to life through the support of our community.
Help us to spread the word to protect Sausalito's Maritime, Industrial and Artistic heritage.
OUR PRESENT - IT HAPPENS IN THE MARINSHIP
OUR FUTURE - OUR VISION
City Council and General Plan (GPAC) Meetings
GENERAL PLAN MEETINGS
The new Work Plan for the General Plan Update process has significantly reduced the input from the Committee. M-Group Consultants will work with less with representative of the residents and more with city staff. Only 2 GPAC meetings are scheduled for 2020, one in March and one in May. We are cautious as less resident input is rarely a good idea.
CITY COUNCIL MEETINGS
Tuesday, Jan 14, 7pm
Joint Panning Commission/City Council Meeting
Closed Session starts at 6pm, Open meeting follows