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MV2040 Committee Creates Arts Sub-Group, Identifies Core Values

Follow up to GPAC meeting from May 24, 2012.

I am very pleased to share that last week's joint meeting of the General Plan Advisory Committee and the three Working Groups was quite productive.  

  • First, we pressed ahead with the creation of a Community Vitality sub-group dedicated to the into the .  
  • Second, we articulated and fleshed out the core values that will guide the working groups and GPAC work over the next year, and in doing so added a new value focused on arts and culture.
  • Third, we articulated the priority topics that will form the basic framework for the Working Group efforts over the next 8 months. These topics will be dovetailed with goals, policies & programs, and then delivered to the GPAC for review.

I am also pleased to share this link to an excellent workbook presented by city staff to the public at the meeting. There is an enormous amount of information in the workbook, including facts, statistics, and demographic information that is very interesting to read even if you are not following the General Plan workflow but are simply a "Mill Valley" lover.

Other than that, I hope everyone had a great Memorial Day weekend, spent in the memory of those who served. It is always one of the best weekends in Mill Valley.  

Of course, a big and gateway to Marin!

Andy

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