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Gayle Nicoletti and Molly de Vries have found a home for their unique businesses at the Mill Valley Lumber Yard at 129 Miller Ave. Courtesy photo.
Reginald "Rex" Henderson February 21, 2014 at 02:31 pm
Thanks for the support, everyone. No disrespect intended for Molly or anyone. Let's just all agreeRead More that the only thing Mill Valley need LESS than another boutique store is another Dog-Walking biz... I think I will run for mayor on that platform.,.
mayesoleil February 24, 2014 at 10:06 pm
I agree with Selma and think that both Rex and 'citizen' may want to think about the lack ofRead More comradery they display with their way of thinking. As someone who, like Molly, was born and raised and now raising my own in Marin, it is sad to read such lack of support and kindness about people who are passionate about what they are doing, especially when its to better the world we live in. Instead of telling us what you don't want to see in Mill Valley, speak positively about what you WOULD like to see here..remembering that "what you resist persists". Have you seen how lovely the lumber yard looks now that they've moved in?? Hats off to both Molly and Gayle for adding to the beauty that surrounds.
Reginald "Rex" Henderson February 25, 2014 at 06:18 pm
I'm not trying to argue, but I was born in Frisco and raised in Marin. Raised my kids here too. IRead More promise you that back in my day, things were different. And yes, I did take a ride down to the Lumber Yard and you're right - it looks pretty spiffy. So, maybe I was wrong. Glad to admit it.
John Brown January 12, 2014 at 09:06 pm
They will become a magnet for homeless/crime and will be trashed within 6 months. Take a look atRead More the stand alone public toilets in SF. All filthy, disgusting wastes of taxpayers money. Leave out a saucer milk......and you'll attract stray cats......it's aint rocket science folks!
Babette December 24, 2013 at 10:27 am
Frankly, I don't understand the ban on carry out bags only. For every carry out bag there can beRead More numerous product (produce and meat) bags, which are the real throw-aways.
Magoo December 24, 2013 at 06:24 pm
You can pay $1 a bag Babette.
The future home of Sprouts Farmers Market at 209 Flamingo Ave. in Tam Valley.
Kori Miller January 17, 2014 at 04:10 pm
Hi Clayton! I go to Tam High School and I am writing an article on the new Sprouts market coming toRead More Tam Valley for my journalism class. You seem to have a positive opinion on the subject, so I was wondering if I could possibly quote you in my article? I would just need the above information to quote, unless you want to add anything else. Just let me know if you would be up for it! Thank you so much in advance!
Clayton Smith January 17, 2014 at 09:07 pm
Hi Lori! Yes, you have my permission to quote me in your article. If you wanted to make a fieldRead More trip out of it, you could visit their store in Petaluma and do some shopping, hopefully after having a fun day exploring the old town up there and having lunch on the river. Sprouts will have a very positive effect for Tam Valley and in particular will bring a higher quality shopping experience than is now available at Safeway and at a competitive price. For the families in Marin who are not making over $200K a year, the food shopping options are limited. Sprouts will fill in this gap nicely. I wish them every success.
Clayton Smith January 17, 2014 at 09:08 pm
Hi Kori! My apologies for misspelling you name. Clayton.
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