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Visioning the Future of Sausalito’s Waterfront

Sausalito is working through the process of updating their general plan, or a blueprint for a community’s vision of growth, which was last updated in 1995. Tomorrow, Sausalito will hold a “visioning session” for the Marinship, “That part of town north of Dunphy Park that includes our historic working waterfront and a wide variety of other public and private uses.”

Here’s the notice:

Sausalito Marinship Meeting
If you’re a Sausalito resident with interest in the waterfront, this is a meeting for you.
© 2019 Sausalito General Plan

The Sausalito waterfront has launched hundreds of sailing ships, including the tall ship Matthew Turner. It’s one of the Bay’s best sailing destinations, home to a thriving sailing community and marine businesses, and simply a beautiful place to sail.

Spinnaker Restaurant Sausalito
The meeting will be held in the Spinnaker restaurant next door to the Sausalito Yacht Club
© 2019 Latitude 38 Media LLC / John

Its being a waterfront community and home to many Bay Area sailors, we’re sure sailors should be part of imagining the Sausalito waterfront’s future.

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