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Ribbon Cutting and Dedication of Steps in Honor of Supervisor Charles McGlashan

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The City of Mill Valley is pleased to invite the community to a Ribbon Cutting Ceremony on Saturday, May 21, at 1:00 pm, to celebrate the recently completed construction of a $800,000 project to replace or add new stairs at six different locations in Mill Valley.

The Ribbon Cutting Ceremony will take place at the Old Mill Park Amphitheater at 1:00 pm. Attendees are encouraged to carpool or use alternative transportation, as parking is limited.

Mill Valley Mayor Ken Wachtel, City Councilmembers, City Manager Jim McCann, Interim Public Works Director Jill Barnes, and Parks Superintendent Rick Misuraca will speak and other City staff, Board, Commission and Committee members will be attending. Other participants include representatives from organizations that helped make this a successful project, such as representatives of the Marin County Board of Supervisors, Marin County office of Public Works, CalTrans, Maggiora & Ghilotti and Questa Engineers.

DEDICATION CEREMONY
Dedication of Steps in Honor of Supervisor Charles McGlashan
After the Ribbon Cutting Ceremony, members of the public are invited to participate in a half-mile hike from the Amphitheater to the base of the steps that connect Wainwright Place and Monte Vista Avenue. City officials will dedicate the steps in honor of Mill Valley resident Supervisor Charles McGlashan, who passed away earlier this year.

The optional hike will start at 1:30 pm from the Amphitheater. A shuttle will be provided from the Amphitheater to the corner of Cascade Drive and Wainwright Place for individuals who do not wish to hike. An RSVP is required for the shuttle. Please contact Linn Walsh, Assistant to the City Manager at 415-388-4033 x 103 or email lwalsh@cityofmillvalley.org a week prior to the event to reserve a spot.

About the Non-motorized Transportation Pilot Program Steps, Lanes and Paths Project
The following are the six locations included in this project:
Mirabel Lane - SLP 11 - Mirabel Ave to Ethel Ave
Molino Way - SLP 23 - Molino Ave to Florence Ave
Marion Lane - SLP 33 - Marion Ave to Cascade Drive
Steps that connect Wainwright Place to Monte Vista Avenue - SLP 39
Alcatraz Lane - SLP 51 - Lower Alcatraz Place to Upper Alcatraz Place
Magee Lane - SLP 54 - Magee Avenue to Lyon Place

The project was funded by a grant from the Non-motorized Transportation Pilot Program, managed by Marin County Department of Public Works, designed by Questa Engineering Corporation of Pt. Richmond, and constructed by Maggiora & Ghilotti, Inc. of San Rafael. The steps that connect Wainwright Place and Monte Vista Avenue were constructed with local recycled redwood milled by Parks Superintendent Rick Misuraca and Mill Valley Parks crewmembers.

For more information on the Non-motorized Transportation Pilot Program Steps, Lanes and Paths project, contact Russ Eberwein, Senior Civil Engineer, at 415-388-4033 x 114, or email reberwein@cityofmillvalley.org.

For more information on the Ribbon Cutting and Dedication Ceremonies, please contact Linn Walsh, Assistant to the City Manager at 415-388-4033 x 103 or email lwalsh@cityofmillvalley.org.

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