Editorial: Marin housing plan needs better leadership

Marin Independent Journal, September 19, 2021


Tour of Golden Gate Village Apartments Reveals Squalid Conditions

Pacific Sun, September 14, 2021


Federal Housing Agency Threatens to Take Over Marin Housing Authority

Pacific Sun, September 7, 2021


Golden Gate Village Residents Push for Representation on Housing Board

Pacific Sun, August 10, 2021


Cost-effective, energy-efficient retrofits would do wonders for Golden Gate Village, Marin Independent Journal, July 29, 2021


Marin's public housing residents should decide their own future

Justin Philips, San Francisco Chronicle, June 27, 2021


Marin Voice op-ed: Golden Gate Village residents need to be heard

Marin Independent Journal, June 17, 2021


Marin Housing Authority Releases Golden Gate Village 'Demolition' Report

Pacific Sun, June 2, 2021


Historic Marin City Housing Complex in Dangerous Disrepair

Pacific Sun, May 25, 2021


Marin Voice op-ed: Lead the way with racial equity, reimagine Golden Gate Village plan

Marin Independent Journal, February 14, 2021


Marin City council claims cost 'irregularities' in Golden Gate Village plan

Marin Independent Journal, December 26, 2020


Editorial: Golden Gate Village analysis must continue

Marin Independent Journal, November 30, 2020


Marin City residents sue housing authority over living conditions

Marin Independent Journal, August 7, 2020


Marin Voice op-ed: The clock is still ticking for Golden Gate Village residents

Marin Independent Journal, August 6, 2020


TV report: Building a Better Bay Area: Race and Social Justice

KGO (ABC affiliate), San Francisco, August 6, 2020





"(The resident) plan and proposed governance deserves to be evaluated as an alternative in a thorough and independent environmental review of the housing authority's plan.

"Taking procedural shortcuts would be legally risky."

- Editorial, Marin Independent-Journal, 11/30/20

News Releases

Events and Panel Discussions

Community Land Trust at Golden Gate Village: hosted by the Marin City Library on May 19, 2021. This two-hour event features three short films followed by a panel discussion with GGV Resident Council President, Royce McLemore, Bruce Wolfe of the San Francisco Commjnity Land Trust, and Gus Newport, author of "The CLT Model: A Tool for Permanently Affordable Housing and Wealth Generation.

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A panel discussion following 70 Acres in Chicago screening with CFI Education (courtesy of the California Film Institute)

(NOTE: If you missed the film, you can stream it for free on Kanopy; sign up online with your library card.)


Read letters of support in various Bay Area newspapgers for the Golden Gate Village Resident Council plan and their right to self-determination.