SAN RAFAEL CITY COUNCIL AGENDA REPORT

Agenda Item No: 4.a Meeting Date: June 6, 2016 SAN RAFAEL CITY COUNCIL AGENDA REPORT Department: Community Development Prepared by: Raffi Boloyan Ti...
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Agenda Item No: 4.a Meeting Date:

June 6, 2016

SAN RAFAEL CITY COUNCIL AGENDA REPORT Department: Community Development Prepared by: Raffi Boloyan Title: Planning Manager TOPIC:

City Manager Approval:

Proposed Ritter Center Operational Changes

SUBJECT: Review of Use Permit for Ritter Center (UP13-030) for potential modification or revocation and consideration of alternative option of a Memorandum of Understanding to transfer select services to other providers/locations. EXECUTIVE SUMMARY: Ritter Center has been in operation since the early 1980’s and its first Use Permit was in 1992, as a temporary allowance. Ritter Center began to provide its services at a time when the homeless population in Downtown San Rafael was much smaller and Ritter was able to serve and accommodate its mission to help the homeless get back on their feet, without substantial impacts on surrounding residents, businesses, and visitors to the Downtown. Throughout the years, Ritter's operation has grown, the types of services it provides have increased, and there has been a significant increase in the homeless population that use or are drawn to downtown and Ritter Center services (as well as meal services at St. Vincent Dining Hall). The Ritter Center Use Permit has been modified on a few occasions over the years to allow additional services and modular buildings, as well as to eliminate the temporary nature of the Use Permit. Ritter Center currently operates under a Use Permit (UP13-030) that includes conditions of approval limiting the number of clients to certain functions of their use. There are other functions that Ritter provides (food pantry, behavioral health, general assistance signup, etc.), that do not have a specific limit on the number of clients served as part of the approved Use Permit (UP13-030). In 2012, Ritter received approval for an amendment to UP13-030, allowing an increase in its daily client caseload for showers and medical services from 40 clients/day to 60 clients/day (averaged over one week). At that time, Ritter had indicated that it was seeking to relocate outside of downtown and indicated that it planned to move within three years of that approval (the end of its lease term at that time). The three year time frame expired in late 2015, but Ritter still does not have an alternate location outside of Downtown. The City recently has stepped in to help in the search for alternate locations outside downtown or outside the City of San Rafael, but no site has yet been secured or approved. At this point, homelessness-related issues in downtown have posed significant impacts on residents, businesses, and visitors. Although many of the issues with homelessness in downtown cannot solely be attributed to Ritter Center, many community members have expressed substantial concerns about Ritter Center’s operations, and its ____________________________________________________________________________________ FOR CITY CLERK ONLY File No.: _______________________________ Council Meeting: _______________________ Disposition: ___________________________

SAN RAFAEL CITY COUNCIL AGENDA REPORT / Page: 2 associated impacts. The use itself lends to the congregation of homeless persons (who may or may not even be clients of Ritter), on the streets and properties surrounding Ritter Center. With the growth of the homeless issue in San Rafael, particularly downtown, the current site for Ritter Center, may not be adequately sized to accommodate the services that Ritter provides without spilling over and impacting other parts of downtown. th

At the conclusion of the 5 performance review on March 21, 2016, the Council directed that the Use Permit be brought back for a full review and consideration of modification or revocation. In preparing for this review, the City Attorney has further evaluated the City’s ability to modify or revoke the Use Permit under the law, and has identified new options. With that in mind, City staff and the City Attorney have worked with Ritter staff and Ritter’s legal counsel over the past few weeks, using the framework established by the Council subcommittee to identify operational changes that could reduce the intensity of use of the current Ritter site, and have been able to formulate a mutually agreeable solution that would seek to limit or transfer, to other locations, certain services currently provided by Ritter, including: 

Relocate part of the food pantry services to another location or provider;



Relocate showers/laundry services to another location or to mobile services; and



Relocate mail services to the Post office or other location.

The proposal would call for the transfer of certain operations from the current site to other locations/providers, which will help reduce the intensity of use at the site and reduce the attraction to the Ritter Center location. Therefore, staff recommends that at this time, in lieu of a modification or revocation to the Use Permit, staff will work with Ritter Center staff to develop a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) incorporating changes to operations at the site, and bring that MOU back to the Council for review and approval. The services would continue on the current site until a new site/provider is operational. Because of the County's substantial funding of a large portion of the services referenced above (e.g., showers/laundry services), any relocation must be supported by the County, and, therefore, coordination with the County is important. RECOMMENDATION: Staff recommends that the City Council: 1. Direct staff and the City Attorney to continue negotiations with Ritter Center (Ritter staff and counsel) and prepare a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) between the City of San Rafael and Ritter Center to transfer certain services to other locations/providers in the County (part of the food pantry, laundry/shower services and mail services); and 2. Direct staff to present the draft MOU to the City Council for review and approval at a future meeting; and 3. Defer enforcement related to the current Use Permit while Ritter and the City of San Rafael are engaged in negotiation of the MOU, and if an MOU is approved, until a determination can be made as to the impact of the operational modifications on conditions on and adjacent to the Ritter Center site. BACKGROUND: Site and Use History: 12-16 Ritter Street: The Ritter Center has been in operation at its current location since 1981. The Ritter Center is located in four buildings/modular trailers housed on two contiguous lots (12 Ritter and 16 Ritter St) located on the south side of Ritter Street. As described below, the Ritter Center provides various functions and services housed in the four buildings, including case management, behavioral health, day services, medical services, food pantry, emergency clothing/Goodwill Gift certificates, and seasonal programs (Thanksgiving and Christmas): 

Ritter Center (16 Ritter): Offices and food pantry distribution



Bouchard Building (16 Ritter): Case Management (5 offices) and a conference room

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Day Services Center (DSC) (12 Ritter): Showers, laundry, mailboxes and restrooms. Prior to the Use Permit amendment (UP11-070) to install the new medical modular in 2012, the DSC also served as the medical clinic. Following the approval of the Use Permit amendment (UP11-070) in 2012, the medical services were transferred to the new modular building and the DSC was limited to showers, laundry, mailboxes and restrooms.



Medical Modular Building (12 Ritter): Medical clinic

The 16 Ritter St address was originally built as a single family home converted to office use in 1973. There was no Use Permit history for the site until 1992, when Ritter (then known as the (“Human Concern Center”) applied for a temporary Use Permit (ED92-52/ UP92-32) to install an 879 sq. ft. trailer on site, to the rear of the existing building at 16 Ritter St. The City approved a Use Permit and Design Review Permit for the trailer to be used as office space/counseling. The adjacent lot at 12 Ritter Street was vacant until 1993, when the City approved a Use Permit and Design Review Permit (ED93-15/UP93-16) for a 1,100 sq. ft. temporary trailer to be used for Day Services. In 2000, the City approved a Design Review Permit (ED00-37) to replace this trailer with a new 1,452 sq. ft. trailer. Both lots have always been viewed as one site in terms of services, but it was not until 2004 that both lots came under review as one cohesive Use Permit application, signed by both property owners. At that time, the Planning Commission approved a Use Permit amendment for 12-16 Ritter St (UP04-005). The purpose of the amendment was to modify several conditions of approval from previous Use Permits because they were no longer applicable or necessary. Planning Commission Resolution # 04-26 codified the 1993 approved Use Permit operating at 1216 Ritter Street, and in effect consolidated all Ritter services under one operational Use Permit. All services listed in UP04-005 are still part of current Ritter Center services. 815 Third Street (Annex Building): The Ritter Center also leases 1,800 sq. ft. of administrative office space in the building directly across the street at 815 Third St. This space previously was approved for a temporary Use Permit to be used as a client screening and pick-up location for the 2011-2012 Rotating Emergency Shelter (REST) Program (expired April 2012). Ritter continued to use the space for administrative offices once the REST Program ended. The Use Permit for the Ritter operations does not include activities at 815 Third St. However, the parcel is zoned 2/3 MUE (Second/Third Mixed Use East) and administrative offices is a permitted use in this zoning district. Staff recently has been informed that the 815 Third St. site is being used as a REST Program pick-up location. However, that is not being operated by Ritter. It is our understanding that St. Vincent’s is in charge of this REST pick-up location. History of Planning Entitlements: The Ritter Center has been in operation in the same location since 1981, providing a variety of services and resources to working poor and homeless, all free of charge. The City has approved several planning permits on the site over the years. The complete history of the sites and Ritter Center (or former names of organization) is provided as Attachment 1 and is summarized below: 

1992 - Use Permit (UP92-32) and Design Review Permit (ED92-52) approved for 879 sq. ft. office trailer to be added to rear of 16 Ritter site.



1995 - Use Permit amendment (UP95-3) approved 1,100 sq. ft. temporary trailer added to site and the Use Permit expiration date for the trailer eliminated. A cap of 40 clients a day established for the DSC.



2000 - Design Review Permit (ED00-37) approved to allow a 1,452 sq. ft. permanent DSC trailer to replace the 1,100 sq.ft. temporary trailer, also removed “temporary” status of the trailer. Medical services were provided as part of the DSC trailer.



2004 - Use Permit amendment (UP04-005) eliminated the Day Service Center (DSC) Oversight Committee and monthly reporting to City requirements.



2011 - Use Permit (UP11-070) amendment and Design Review Permit (ED11-098) approved increasing the maximum client caseload for DSC and medical services from 40 clients/day to 65 clients/day averaged over the operational work week and addition of a 933 sq. ft. modular trailer for medical services. Condition of approval required a Performance Report to City Council every 6 months. Appealed to City Council.

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2013 – City Council upheld the Planning Commission approval, but amended the approval to reduce the DSC and medical modular client caseload maximum from 65 clients/day to 60 clients/day. This decision was memorialized in a Zoning Administrator hearing approving UP13-030.



2012-2016 – Five performance reports presented to the Council on Ritter’s adherence to the certain operational standards listed in the conditions of approval.

Current Use Permit: The Ritter Center is currently operating under conditional Use Permit UP13-030 (see Attachment 2. This Use Permit amended the previously approved Use Permit (UP11-070) and allowed the relocation of the existing medical clinic space from the 1,452 square foot Day Services Center (DSC) trailer to a new 933-square-foot modular. The new medical clinic space was approved to include three exam rooms, a larger waiting room and medical offices. The total number of clients served (laundry, showers. mailboxes, restrooms and medical services) was increased from the 40 clients/day approved in 2004 (UP04-005), to 60 clients/day, averaged over one week. In addition to the medical clinic, the following Ritter Center inventory of services, previously approved per UP04-05, were all continued to be authorized at the Ritter Center as part of UP13-030:      

Case Management Behavioral Health Day Services Center (DSC) (laundry, showers, mailboxes, restrooms) Food Pantry Emergency clothing/Goodwill Gift certificates Seasonal programs (Thanksgiving and Christmas)

The Use Permit also delineated the following key conditions of approval (see pages 7-8 in Attachment 2). Condition of Approval #4: The approved hours of operation for the Ritter Center are 6:00 am to 8:00 pm, seven days a week. However, current operating hours for the DSC and the medical clinic are 9:00 am to 5:00 pm, Monday through Friday, and some occasional Saturday morning women’s medical clinic hours. Condition of Approval #5: Client caseload for the existing Day Services Center (DSC) and services in the new modular are limited to a total of 60 clients/day, averaged over the operational work week. In addition, the Ritter Center shall submit monthly reports to the Planning Division, which are to: a) provide a tally of the total number of daily client visits during the previous calendar month; and b) identify the number of days the “overflow management plan” was implemented. Condition of Approval #16: Six (6) months from the date of occupancy and operation, a Performance Report shall be prepared by the Planning Division and shall continue to be prepared every six months thereafter. This performance report shall report on the Center’s adherence to the operational conditions of approval regulating client limits, litter control and security, and shall include a tracking of the numbers of police service calls to the facility. Once completed, the performance reports shall be forwarded to the Planning Commission and City Council. If, during the course of monitoring, it is determined that the Ritter Center is out-ofcompliance with conditions of approval, the City can schedule the Use Permit for a City Council public hearing. The current Use Permit does not have a termination date. ANALYSIS: Since 1992, Ritter generally has had the same limit on clients for its day services and medical components, 40 clients/day (avg over operation week) maximum until 2012, when it was raised to 60 clients/day maximum. However, there are many services Ritter provides at its site that are allowed by the Use Permit, but without a specific numerical limit. Over the past 5-7 years, there has been a significant increase in the homeless population in Marin, particularly in downtown San Rafael. Although it appears that Ritter generally is adhering to some of the specific conditions of approval related to its operations as noted through its past 6 month performance reports, there is a significant amount of the homeless population that frequent and loiter in the area around Ritter Center and the adjacent downtown vicinity.

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Some of the users of Ritter services cause significant impacts around Ritter Center and throughout Downtown. Although many of the issues with homelessness in downtown cannot solely be attributed to Ritter Center, the Ritter Center serves as a hub for many persons who create the significant impacts in the downtown. The use itself lends to the congregation of homeless persons (who may or may not even be clients of Ritter) on the streets and properties surrounding Ritter Center. With the growth of the homeless issue in San Rafael, particularly downtown, the current Ritter Center site may not be adequately sized to accommodate all the services Ritter currently provides without spilling over and impacting other parts of downtown. At the March 21, 2016 Council meeting on the fifth performance report, the Council directed staff to schedule the Use Permit for a full review to consider modification or revocation of the Use Permit (UP13-030) on June 6th and appointed a Council subcommittee (Councilmembers Colin and Bushey) to review and meet with Ritter to discuss ideas for potential operational changes. The subcommittee met with Ritter, followed by on-going meetings by Staff and Ritter to discuss potential operational changes. Furthermore, the City Attorney has also met with Ritter’s counsel to discuss the potential modification/revocation. The attorneys have discussed the Use Permit's legal status as a permanent vested right, and the City's burden of proof in the event of a legal challenge to a modification or revocation of the permit. Meanwhile, however, in the two weeks leading up to this hearing, City and Ritter staff have reached a mutual understanding on three facets of Ritter’s operation that could be modified, as a means to reduce the intensity at their current site. This would: 1) meet City goals to reduce blight and impacts, 2) obviate the need for revocation or modification of the Use Permit, 3) eliminate the risks, costs, and uncertainty of litigation, and 4) ensure that persons in need continue to obtain the services they require. Thus, staff recommends that in lieu of modification or revocation of the Use Permit, the City and Ritter enter into a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) that would: reorganize and transfer the following three services currently provided by Ritter to alternate locations or providers in the County. The following represents the specific agreement points between staff and Ritter and would be developed into the MOU: Relocate Part of Food Pantry from Ritter site Current Service: Currently, in collaboration with the SF-Marin Food Bank, Ritter provides food pantry access for homeless and low-income individuals in the community. The Food Bank sends 290 meal portions to Ritter every single week, with 200 portions going to housed individuals/families and 90 portions going to homeless individuals/families. Through this arrangement, Ritter serves approximately 400 unduplicated persons/families a month. This service is not outlined in the current Use Permit. Proposed Change: Ritter is open to transferring some of the food pantry functions they currently provide (for non-housed clients), so long as current clients will still receive comparable service at an alternative location. The City shares this goal of maintaining the current level of service for people in need of this critical service. Staff already has begun working with Ritter and the SF-Marin Food bank to spearhead relocation efforts. Once an alternative site or sites have been identified and services have been transferred, Ritter will cease to operate part of the food pantry they currently operate on-site.

End Mail Services at Ritter site Current Service: Currently, Ritter provides mailboxes for persons without addresses. Because there is a general P.O. Box, in theory there is no cap on how many people can use this service. Historically, Ritter has had upwards of 400 people utilizing its mailbox service, but they have recently limited access to active clients. This change has reduced the number of users to approximately 150. This service is not specifically outlined in the current Use Permit but has been occurring at the site since the early days of Ritter. Proposed Change: The City will work with Ritter on the creation of a new mail process, housed either on or off-site depending on the final structure of the program. Rather than having a general mailbox like it

SAN RAFAEL CITY COUNCIL AGENDA REPORT / Page: 6 does now, Ritter would start creating unique “suite” numbers for every new client, which would then be integrated into the County’s HMIS system. Transfer Shower/Laundry Services from Ritter site Current Service: Currently, shower services and laundry are provided on site and are outlined in the Use Permit. These services are part of the approved Day Service Center and are limited by the 60 person per day cap, averaged over an operational week. Proposed Change: Initial discussions and research have shown that mobile showers and laundry facilities may be a feasible alternative to a fixed location, and there are other counties that provide these services through mobile delivery (e.g. Santa Clara County, San Mateo County, San Francisco, etc.). The City will work with the County to identify funding and operations of these mobile services and once the mobile service is operational, laundry and showers services will cease at Ritter. The proposed operational changes would go a long way toward reducing the intensity of use at the current site, as well as minimizing the attraction of the site to the homeless population concentrating in this part of downtown. One key facet of the proposed agreement is that it identifies those services that can be relocated/transferred to other providers or locations, but does not require such relocation until a reasonably comparable alternative site/service is operational. This is important to ensure that people continue to receive the care and services they need. In addition, Ritter requires a condition that it would retain the right to resume relocated services if the new site ceased to provide such services. Furthermore, the parties’ discussions have anticipated that the terms of the MOU would not translate into any amendment to the Use Permit, but rather would be a side agreement, between the two parties. If the City enters into the MOU, City staff will coordinate with a third partner, the County of Marin, to find the alternative locations/services for the food pantry, mobile showers/laundry and mail services. Given that the County provides a portion of Ritter’s operational budget and ultimately is responsible for those services throughout the County, the City will look to the County to partner in this endeavor. Ritter provides many of these services under contract from the County and they relate to county-wide issues; however transferring them from the downtown site would reduce impacts on the City of San Rafael, its residents, businesses, and visitors. The proposed agreement shows a willingness on the part of Ritter to find meaningful changes that can improve operations at the site and reduce intensity at the site, while Ritter continues to look for an alternate location outside downtown. As noted and discussed below, there is renewed energy and promising options for relocation, so the proposed MOU may be merely a temporary solution. If the Council finds this direction and these points of agreement appropriate, a draft MOU will be prepared and brought to the Council for review and adoption and will be counter signed by Ritter. Potential Relocation of Ritter Center As the Use Permit and potential changes to operations at their current site are under review, Ritter has been continuing their attempt to relocate its operation out of downtown. The discussion of Ritter’s relocation first came up in 2011, when the Use Permit was amended for the new medical trailer. At that time, Ritter indicated that it would be seeking to relocate by 2015, when its lease was set to expire. Ritter contends it has been actively seeking to find an alternate location, but has experienced little success in locating properties that meet its needs or property owners willing to lease to it. Therefore, at the end of 2015, Ritter informed the City that it exercised an extension to the lease for both its Ritter Street properties to allow Ritter to remain in its current location while it continues its search for an alternate location. Since the beginning of 2016, City staff also has become more actively involved in assisting with the search for an alternate location. Community Development Department staff and the Director of Homeless Planning and Outreach have been assigned the task to actively work with Ritter and its real estate broker to find an alternative location. In addition, staff has been utilizing their contacts and knowledge of the city to help identify alternate sites to present to Ritter.

SAN RAFAEL CITY COUNCIL AGENDA REPORT / Page: 7 At this point, there are no alternative sites yet secured, but there are a handful of sites and general locations that could potentially accommodate Ritter. Some of these locations are more appropriate for just Ritter services while others would allow additional, complementary non-profit uses. Any potential relocation of Ritter and other associated uses would require a Use Permit review and approval, including public notice and comment period. The City cannot make a decision on any alternate site until an application is received and public hearing is conducted. At this point, there is no application yet filed. It is also intended that once Ritter finds a new site, the types of services provided at the new site would be evaluated on the merits of the new site as part of the Use Permit application and review for that potential site. COMMUNITY OUTREACH/PUBLIC COMMENTS: Over the past few years, the City Council has taken significant measures to address the greater homelessness issue and how it affects downtown and the City at large. Through those measures, the Council has held numerous public meetings, created a task force of stakeholders, and expended significant resources, including additional police staff and the creation of a new Director of Homeless Planning and Outreach position. The Council and various staff in nearly all city departments have been working on various facets of the homeless issue. During the five performance reviews of Ritter since 2012, the City also has received a significant amount of written and verbal comments regarding Ritter Center. Many of the comments support Ritter and its mission to provide for the homeless population. Hundreds of letters and petitions have previously been submitted to the City reflecting those comments. However, there are also significant amounts of comments, both written and verbal, that have been previously submitted that cite specific concerns and issues affecting businesses, residents, and visitors to downtown. All the public comments received during the prior five performance report reviews are not included as part of this report. Copies of those all comments and letters received during those prior reviews have been discussed and accepted previously and are contained in the public record. Notice of this public hearing was mailed to all property owners, residents, and businesses within 300 feet of the site, in accordance with the noticing requirements of the Zoning Ordinance. In addition, notice of this meeting was published in the Marin IJ on Thursday, May 12, 2016. Copies of all new comments received as part of this Use Permit review hearing, since the March 21, 2016 meeting until the distribution of this staff report, are included in Attachment 3 this report. This includes a letter from Ken Reich, forwarding a Change.org petition signed by over 1,200 persons that urges the City to reduce the Ritter Center Use Permit to it’s prior level until the Center can be relocated outside downtown. In addition, there are a few other emails that have been submitted, expressing concern with persons sleeping next to Ritter in the Klein TV parking lot, Ritter’s growth and impact on downtown, and impacts and safety concerns of a resident from Gerstle Park. Any public comments submitted after the reproduction of this report on Wednesday, June 1, will be forwarded to the Council under separate cover. FISCAL IMPACT: There is no fiscal impact to the City associated with this Use Permit review aside from the staff time and resources necessary to complete this staff report and analysis. It is estimated that this Use Permit review, analysis of compliance with conditions of approval, the preparation of this staff report and all other tasks associated with bringing this matter to this hearing will have accounted for 45-50 hours of staff time (billable at $132/hr.) for a cost of $1,320. In addition, staff has spent additional time responding to e-mail correspondence for a total of 5 additional staff hours ($660). However, the City is expending a significant amount of time and resources on the greater topic of homelessness, with financial impacts to multiple City Departments through use of staff resources and impacts on public facilities. OPTIONS: The City Council has the following options to consider on this matter: 1. Direct staff to work with Ritter Center to prepare an MOU for Council review and approval (Staff recommendation); or

SAN RAFAEL CITY COUNCIL AGENDA REPORT / Page: 8 2. Continue the matter and direct staff to prepare a Draft Resolution, modifying Use Permit UP13-030 with certain operational changes and return to a subsequent meeting; or 3. Continue the matter to a future City Council hearing and direct staff to return with more information related to any questions or comments; or 4. Continue the matter to a future City Council hearing and direct staff to prepare a Resolution revoking the Use Permit; or 5. Refer the matter to the Planning Commission for consideration and recommendation. ATTACHMENTS: 1. Ritter Center history of Planning entitlements 2. Current Use Permit and conditions of approval for Ritter Center - Zoning Administrator hearing (UP13-030), approved September 18, 2013. 3. Public Correspondence

Community Development Department MEMORANDUM

CITY OF

DATE:

April 21, 2016

TO:

File

FROM:

Caron Parker, Associate Planner

SUBJECT:

12-16 Ritter Street – History of Planning approvals and Performance Reports - REVISED

After reviewing the files, I have detailed the Planning permit history for 12 Ritter and 16 Ritter Street. The Ritter center is located on two separate lots. The 16 Ritter Street address was originally a single family house converted to office use in 1973. There is no use permit history for 16 Ritter Street until 1992, when the Human Concern Center applied for a temporary use permit to install a 879 square foot trailer on the site. See history below: ED92-52/UP92-32 [16 Ritter Street, APN# 011-272-04, application signed by PO, Brovelli]: On July 29, 1992, Zoning Administrator approval for an 879 square foot office building at the rear of the property. 16 Ritter Street served as an office space and the new trailer was approved for office/counseling. ED93-15/UP93-15 [14 Ritter, APN # 011-272-13, application signed by PO, Bottarini]: On March 23, 1993, the Planning Commission approved a UP and ED for a 1,100 square foot temporary trailer for day services. The UP was set to expire in 2 years (May 5, 1995). The PC approval was appealed to the City Council. The appeal denied (Resolution #8887). PC decision upheld by Council on April 19, 1993. Appeal documents listed APN # 011-272-13. UP95-3 [16 Ritter Street, APN# 011-272-04; application signed by PO Bottarini]: On February 28, 1995, the Planning Commission approved an extension to the previously approved Use Permit UP93-16, which had a 2-year deadline. Max client caseload for DSC set at 40 clients/day averaged over 1 week. Expiration date eliminated. Evening uses after 8 pm limited to staff meetings. ED00-37 [12 Ritter Street], APN # 011-272-13; application signed by Bottarini]: On May 31, 2000, the Zoning Administrator approved a new 1,452 square foot modular to replace the existing 1,100 sf modular (approved in 1993 as a temporary trailer). The trailer will be used for Day Services. UP04-005 [12-16 Ritter Street, APN# 011-271-04 and 011-272-13, application signed by both PO’s, Bottarini and Brovelli]: On September 14, 2004, the Planning Commission amended UP95-003 to allow modifications to the conditions of approval #1, #3, #4, #5, #7, #8(a) and #13. (see Resolution 04-26). COA #13 states NO expiration date to UP. COA #7 still limits caseload to 40 visits/day, averaged over 1 week. UP11-070/ED11-089 [12 Ritter, APN# 011-271-13, signed by Bottarini]: On February 14, 2012, The Planning Commission approved a Use permit and design review permit for a new 933 sf medical trailer on site to handle up to 65 clients/day. On appeal, the City Council reduced the client caseload for the medical trailer and DSC to 60 clients per day, averaged over one week. UP13-030 [12 Ritter, APN #011-271-13, signed by Bottarini]: On September 18, 2013, ZA approval of use permit changing COA #5 per CC direction. COA #5 now states that the average client caseload for the DSC and the medical modular would be limited to 60 clients per day averaged over the actual number of days the Ritter Center is opened “operational days” and not the 7-day work week.

ATTACHMENT 1-1

CITY OF

Community Development Department MEMORANDUM

Performance Reports: #1: CC hearing on June 17, 2013 (reporting period from October 2012 to April 2013) #2: CC hearing on March 17, 2014 (reporting period May 2013 to October 2013) #3: CC hearing on November 17, 2014 (reporting period of November 2013 to September 2014) #4: CC Memo (no public hearing, at the direction of Council) sent on January 1, 2015 (reporting period from October 2014 to April 2015) #5: CC hearing on March 21, 2016 (reporting period May 2015 to December 2015)

ATTACHMENT 1-2

REGULAR MEETING SAN RAFAEL ZONING ADMINISTRATOR September 18, 2013 Staff Report 10:00 am 1.

12 Ritter Street (Ritter Center) - Use Permit amendment to allow a change in Condition of Approval #5, previously approved per City Council Resolution 13321. The change would require that the 60 client per day caseload limit be averaged over the number of operational days instead of a 7-day work week. No other changes to the approved use permit (UP11-070) is proposed; APN No. 011-271-13; Second/Third Mixed Use East (2/3 MUE) Zoning District; Velma Bottarini, owner; Diane Linn, Executive Director, Ritter Center, applicant; File No. UP13-030 Project Planner: Caron Parker, Associate Planner

BACKGROUND On February 14, 2012, the San Rafael Planning Commission (Resolution 12-01) conditionally approved a Use Permit (UP11-070) and Design Review Permit (ED11-089), amending the previously approved Use Permit (UP04-005). The amended use permit would allow: 1) the installation of a 933 square foot medical modular building at 12 Ritter Street; and 2) allow an increase in the client caseload for the Day Service Center (DSC) and the medical modular building to a total of 65 clients/day averaged over one week. This decision was appealed to the City Council and on April 2, 2012, the City Council adopted Resolution No. 13321 upholding the Planning Commission action to grant a Conditional Use Permit amendment for the Ritter Center (see Attachment 1). However, the City Council recommended that the Use Permit conditions be further amended to: 1) reduce the total client visits for the Day Services Center (DSC) and the medical clinic from 65 clients per day to 60 clients per day, averaged over one week and require monthly reports to be submitted to the City to provide a tally on the number of client visits for the DSC and the medical clinic (Condition of Approval #5); 2) require that City staff prepare a performance report every six months following occupancy to track condition compliance and police service calls (Condition of Approval #16); and 3) require the Ritter Center management to develop and implement an “overflow plan” for the medical services component (Condition of Approval #17). Per City Council Resolution 13321, the Use Permit amendment allowed the relocation of the existing medical clinic space from the Day Services Center (DSC) modular to a new 933square-foot modular. The new clinic space was approved to include three exam rooms, a larger waiting room and medical offices. The total number of clients served (laundry/showers services and medical services) was increased from the 45 clients/day approved in 2004 (UP04-005), to 60 clients/day, averaged over one week. The approved hours of operation for the Ritter Center are 6:00 am to 8:00 pm, seven days a week. However, current operating hours for the DSC and the medical clinic are 9:00 am to 5:00 pm, Monday through Friday, and some Saturday mornings for the Women’s clinic.

ATTACHMENT 2-1

12 Ritter Street [Ritter Center] Re: UP13-030 Date: September 18, 2013

Per Resolution 13321, Condition of Approval #16 specifically states: “Six (6) months from the date of occupancy and operation, a performance report shall be prepared by the Planning Division and shall continue to be prepared every six months thereafter. This performance report shall report on the Center’s adherence to the operational conditions of approval regulating client limits, litter control and security, and shall include a tracking of the numbers of police service calls to the facility. Once completed, the performance reports shall be forwarded to the Planning Commission and City Council. If, during the course of monitoring, it is determined that the Ritter Center is out-of-compliance with conditions of approval, the City can schedule the Use Permit for a City Council public hearing.” On June 17, 2013, Planning staff presented the results of the 6-month performance report to the City Council covering Ritter Center operations between October 12, 2012 and April 30, 2013. This was not an official public hearing, and as such, no public comments were heard. Planning staff made a presentation, followed by a presentation by the Ritter Center Executive Director, Diane Linn. The Council discussed the item and expressed concern about the method for tallying the total number of daily clients at the site. Ultimately, the Council agreed that the daily client caseload for the Day Services Center (DSC) and the medical modular building should be averaged over the “operational work week” instead of a “7-day work week.” The Council’s rationale was that the average should be based on the days the Center is actually opened in order to get a better sense of the total number of clients served. While the Use Permit allows Ritter to operate 7 days/week, the Center is never open on Sundays, and operates Monday through Friday and occasionally on Saturday mornings for the Women’s Clinic. The Council ultimately accepted the Performance Report, with the caveat that: 1. The daily client caseload for the DSC and the medical modular be no more than 60 clients/day averaged over operational days and not averaged over a 7 day work week; 2. Staff hold a Zoning Administrator hearing to memorialize the changes made by the City Council at the June 17, 2013 review of the 6-month Performance Report; and 3. The next 6-month Performance Report (May 2013 through October 2013) would be noticed and scheduled as a public hearing, open for public comments on all aspects of the Use Permit (staff anticipates that due to the Fall holidays, this hearing will take place sometime in January 2014). PROJECT DESCRIPTION The Ritter Center has been in operation its current location since 1981, providing a variety of services and resources, free of charge to the working poor and homeless. The Ritter Center is located in four buildings/modulars housed on two contiguous lots located on the south side of Ritter Street. As described below, the center provides various functions and services housed in the four buildings, including Case Management, Behavioral Health Day Services, Food Pantry, Emergency Clothing/Goodwill Gift certificates, Seasonal programs (Thanksgiving and Christmas): 

Ritter Center (16 Ritter): Offices and food pantry distribution

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Bouchard Building: Case Management (5 offices) and a conference room



Day Services Center (DSC): Showers, laundry, and restrooms



Medical Modular Building: Medical clinic

No change to the Ritter Center operations is proposed by Ritter Center. The purpose of this Zoning Administrator hearing is to memorialize an interpretation of one of the conditions of approval by the City Council, during their review of the 6 month performance report. At that time, the Council found that one of the conditions (use permit condition #5) was not clear on the method of tallying the daily client case load, thus directed staff to hold a use permit hearing to amend Condition #5, changing the method of counting the daily client caseload for the DSC and medical modular, from a 7-day average to averaging over the actual number of operational days (typically 5-6 days/week) as directed by the City Council. ENVIRONMENTAL REVIEW Pursuant to the California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA), an environmental review is required to evaluate the environmental impacts of the proposed project. Staff has determined that this project is exempt per Article 19 Categorical Exemptions, Section 15301a (Existing Facilities) Class 1 whereas the proposed project is: 1) limited to interior alterations; and 2) has been reviewed by appropriate city departments who will ensure that appropriate building and/or fire permits are secured. PUBLIC HEARING The Zoning Administrator meeting began at 10:00 A.M. Present at the meeting were Diane Linn, Executive Director, Ritter Center, James Ferrandini, Ritter Center staff, Hugo Landecker and Amy Likover, Gerstle Park residents, Jonathan Freeman, Alison Clayton (Health and Human Services), and Greg Brockbank. Raffi Boloyan, Planning Manager was the Acting Zoning Administrator. Caron Parker, Associate Planner made a brief staff presentation about the history of the project, explaining that the focus of the hearing was the change in Condition of Approval #5 only. Comments on other aspects of the use permit will be considered at the next City Council hearing to review the second Performance Report for the Ritter Center. This will be a public hearing and is tentatively set for sometime in January 2014. The public comment period was opened and public testimony was heard. There were a variety of comments and questions about how many non-homeless vs. chronically homeless clients are served, capacity of the medical modular and use of the overflow management plan. Amy Likover specifically requested that the Resolution be revised to define the term “operational days,” and the Zoning administrator agreed to add this definition. As stated in COA #5, “for the purposes of this condition, an “operational day” is defined as a day during which the Day Services Center or the medical modular building is open to clients for services”. The Zoning Administrator stated for the record that there were no letters received by staff in response to the public notice mailed on August 30, 2013 to property owners and occupants within a 300’ radius of the subject property.

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12 Ritter Street [Ritter Center] Re: UP13-030 Date: September 18, 2013

The Zoning Administrator closed the public hearing at 11:00 A.M. The Zoning Administrator has determined that the City Council directed use permit amendment to change the method of tallying the total number of clients served per day is a minor amendment to the approved Use Permit (UP11-070). As such, the amended use permit is in substantial conformance with the City of San Rafael’s Municipal Code property development standards for the Second/Third Mixed Use East (2/3/MUE) Zoning District, all applicable policies of the San Rafael General Plan 2020, and the review criteria for Use Permits. The Zoning Administrator stated that a copy of the meeting minutes, which incorporate the findings and the conditions of approval, would be mailed to the applicant and the property owner and would be available to the public for review at the Planning Division counter upon request. In addition, the Zoning Administrator stated that a project of this nature has an appeal period of five (5) working days upon the approval or denial of the project. RECOMMENDATION: Staff recommends that the Zoning Administrator approve this minor amendment to incorporate the City Council’s interpretation of condition of approval #5, as determined during their review of the Ritter Center 6 month Performance Report on June 17, 2013. The amended Use Permit will also readopt the Findings as approved by the City Council in granting the original Use Permit UP11-070 in Resolution 13321, adopted on April 2, 2012. The Zoning Administrator hereby approves this Use Permit Amendment (UP13-030) to change Condition of Approval #5 (see Page 7), with original conditions in strikeout, followed by revised condition in underline. All other conditions set forth in City Council Resolution 13321 shall remain in effect and are listed below. Any decision shall be final at 5:00 P.M. on Wednesday, September 25, 2013, pending no appeals filed with the City of San Rafael Planning Division by that date. FINDINGS: Use Permit Amendment (UP13-030) Findings 1) The Ritter Center use, including the proposed Use Permit amendment to relocate the 600 square foot medical clinic to a new 933 square foot modular on site and increase the client caseload limit for the Day Services Center (DSC) and the new medical modular to 65 clients/day, continues to be in accord with the General Plan, the objectives of the Zoning Ordinance, and the purposes of the Second/Third Mixed Use East (2/3 MUE) Downtown District in which the site is located. a. As discussed on Pages 4-5 of the February 14, 2012 Planning Commission staff report, the proposed project is consistent with General Plan Policies LU-9 (Intensity of NonResidential Development), LU-14 (Land Use Compatibility), NH-4 (Property Maintenance), NH-17 (Competing Concerns), NH-51 (Existing Business Areas), and CD10a (Non-Residential Design Guidelines) in that: i) upon installation of the new medical modular, the proposed project site would have an FAR=0.87 which is below the

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maximum FAR allowed for the site (1.5 FAR); ii) the proposed use is an allowable use in the Second/Third Mixed Use Land Use Designation; iii) The proposed new modular would provide a better space for the medical clinic and reduce the number of clients having to wait outside; iv) the Ritter Center has been operating since 1981 and has worked with adjacent neighbors to address the challenges and concerns regarding the impact of Ritter clients on adjacent businesses while still providing needed services to the poor and homeless. The number of clients has increased steadily over the years and the proposed increase to 60 clients/day for the DSC and the new modular would be mitigated by better site organization and client management; and v) the proposed new modular has been designed with colors and materials to match the existing buildings on the site; and b. The proposed project is consistent the Zoning Ordinance in that medical clinics are conditionally permitted uses in the Second/Third Mixed Use East (2/3 MUE) Zoning District and the Ritter Center is currently operating under a previously approved Use Permit (UP04-005). The proposed Use Permit amendment would not introduce a new use, but simply relocate the existing approved medical clinic to a more appropriately designed medical modular space. The elimination of 5 existing parking spaces is allowed because parking up to 1.0 FAR is provided by parking garages and surface lots in the Downtown Parking Assessment District. 2) The proposed project, together with the conditions applicable thereto, would not be detrimental to the public health, safety or welfare, or materially injurious to properties or improvements in the vicinity, or to the general welfare of the City in that: a. The proposed project would relocate an existing use into a slightly larger space, but would not be an substantial “expansion” of medical space because unlike the existing modular, the new modular is designed with a waiting area; b. The proposed hours of operation for the clinic (Monday through Friday, 9 am – 5 pm) has not been increased and is less than the hours previously approved under Use Permit UP04-005, which allows Ritter Center to operate from 6:00 am to 8:00 pm seven days a week. The proposed hours coincide with typical hours for other business in the vicinity; c. The proposed increase in the number of clients for the DSC and new medical modular from the 40 clients/day limit per UP04-005, to 60 clients/day reflects current demand for services on the site. The increase in client numbers is not the result of installing a new modular on site, but has been an existing condition for several years. The addition of a new modular designed with a waiting area and better clinic facilities would help alleviate much of the client back-up on site. The medical clinic would be relocated from the DSC into the new modular, and the vacated medical space in the DSC is proposed to be used as offices for the Behavioral Health services staff. The Ritter Center is working with a space planner to help redesign office space on the site to maximize efficiency. The goal is to create a better space to manage clients throughout the day and reduce the number of Ritter clients on the surrounding City streets adjacent to the project site. The proposed new modular would improve client management on site and therefore reduce client overflow forced to wait outside for appointments; d. The revised method for calculating the daily client caseload by averaging the number of clients over the number of “operational days” rather than over a “7-day week” will help

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maintain the number of clients to no more than 60 clients per day, better manage the number of clients on site and help reduce impact to the surrounding properties. e. The Ritter Center will continue the established daily litter removal/site clean-up operations (as required in UP11-070) to keep the streets near the project site clean; f.

The Ritter Center will continue implement their security program on site during operating hours to maximize enforcement of Ritter Center client behavioral policies and ensure security on-site and in the project area. Ritter has also updated client management policies to refuse services to clients who violate appropriate behaviors agreements that impact neighboring businesses. The Ritter Center also has trained staff to manage any difficult clients and works cooperatively with the San Rafael Police Department to minimize impacts to adjacent properties;

g. No impact to neighboring businesses is anticipated from the proposed elimination of 5 on-site parking spaces. The project site is in the Downtown Parking Assessment District, which provides parking for sites up to a 1.0 FAR. The Ritter Center has ongoing off-site parking arrangements to lease space at the PG&E surface lot (on Lindaro Street between 2nd Street and 3rd Street). Ritter Center has secured 6 additional spaces in this lot to off-set the loss of the 5 on-site parking spaces proposed to be eliminated. In addition, Ritter Center has access to parking spaces at the Annex building at 815 Third Street; h. The City’s Building/Fire Prevention Division has reviewed the project and developed conditions of approval that would ensure that the use would operate in a manner as described and comply with all life and safety code requirements. Additional review will be required upon submittal of a formal building permit application; and i.

The project will not have a significant environmental impact, and is exempt from CEQA review per CEQA Guidelines Article 19 Categorical Exemptions, Section 15301 (Existing Facilities) and Section 15311 (Accessory Structures) which exempts minor interior and exterior alterations to existing structures, and the construction of minor structures accessory to existing commerical, industrial or institutional facilities.

3) That the proposed project, as conditioned, complies with each of the applicable provisions of the Zoning Ordinance, in that: a. The project conforms to the requirements of Chapter 5 (Land Use Regulation for the 2/3 MUE Zoning District) as a conditionally permitted use; b. The project is consistent with the requirements of Chapter 18 (Parking), because no onsite parking is required for sites up to 1.0 FAR located in the Downtown Parking Assessment District; and c. The project applicant submitted a Use Permit amendment application, requesting review of the proposed new 933 square foot medical modular and proposed increase in the client caseload limit for the DSC and new medical modular on site.

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12 Ritter Street [Ritter Center] Re: UP13-030 Date: September 18, 2013

CONDITIONS OF APPROVAL COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT DEPARTMENT - PLANNING DIVISION Use Permit Amendment (UP13-030) Conditions of Approval 1. This Use Permit amendment (UP13-030) approves an amendment to a previously approved Use Permit (UP11-070) and authorizes the relocation of the existing 600 square foot medical clinic in the Day Services Center (DSC) trailer to a new 933 square foot modular on the Ritter Center site. In addition to the medical clinic, the following Ritter Center inventory of services, previously approved per UP04-005 and UP11-070, and described on page 2 of the Planning Commission staff report dated February 14, 2012, will continue to be authorized at the Ritter Center as part of this amended Use Permit amendment:  Case Management  Behavioral Health  Day Services  Food Pantry  Emergency clothing/Goodwill Gift certificates  Seasonal programs (Thanksgiving and Christmas) 2. No food services and no full kitchen shall be allowed in the existing Day Services Center (DSC) or the new modular. No food of any kind shall be sold for consumption on the premises. 3. No overnight live-in use of the Ritter Center facility shall be allowed except one person functioning as a night watch person. 4. Hours of operation for providing client services shall be from 6:00 am to 8:00 pm, seven days a week. Evening use of the premises after 8:00 pm shall be limited to staff and Board meetings, and live-in facilities for one night security guard. 5. Client caseload for the existing Day Services Center (DSC) and services in the new modular are limited to a total of 60 clients/day, averaged over the average 7-day work week over the operational work week. For the purposes of this condition, an “operational day” is defined as a day during which the Day Services Center or the medical modular building is open to clients for services. Commencing at occupancy and occupation of the new modular, on the first day of each month, the Ritter Center shall submit monthly reports to the Planning Division, which are to: a) provide a tally of the total number of daily client visits during the previous calendar month; and b) identify the number of days the “overflow plan” was implemented (per Use Permit Condition of Approval #17). The form of this report shall be approved by the Planning Division and City Attorney prior to the issuance of a building permit, and shall include verification under penalty of perjury. 6. The applicant shall contact the Planning Division to request a final inspection, prior to the issuance of the final building permit. The request for final inspection by the Planning Division shall require a minimum of 48-hour advance notice.

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7. All donated material shall be stored inside the buildings. No materials shall be stored at 12 Ritter Street or in the parking lot at 815 Third Street, or behind the fences adjacent to the buildings at 12 Ritter Street at any time. Any additional storage building proposed to be located on site must be approved by the Planning Division before installation. 8. The Ritter Center shall continue to provide a litter control program to monitor and pick up litter within the neighborhood area of the Center a minimum of three (3) times per week. 9. The applicant shall continue to provide notice to all employees, volunteers and clients stating that parking shall not occur on adjacent private lots. The notice shall include a list of available public parking lots. 10. All clients shall be given a copy of the rules and regulations to be read and signed by all incoming clients. House Rules shall at a minimum include the following: a. No clients will be admitted which in the judgment of the Ritter Center staff are under the influence of alcohol or other substances b. Violent or threatening behavior will not be permitted c. Failure to comply with the rules may result in eviction from the program and the premises. 11. All clients shall continue to be screened for alcohol or drug use before receiving services and the availability of services to clients shall be the decision of the operators of the Day Services Center (DSC). 12. Clients who cause a peace disturbance or endanger staff or other clients shall not be allowed to receive services from the DSC. Readmission of evicted clients shall be based on established House Rules. 13. The DSC shall continue to maintain a security program during operating hours. 14. This Use Permit amendment (UP13-030) shall have no expiration date and shall run with the land and remain valid regardless of any change of ownership of the project site, subject to these conditions. 15. On-going compliance with all conditions of approval shall be required to keep the Use Permit Amendment valid. This Use Permit amendment (UP13-030) may be called to hearing at any time by the Planning Division in order to review compliance with the Conditions of Approval. 16. Six (6) months from the date of occupancy and operation, a performance report shall be prepared by the Planning Division and shall continue to be prepared every six months thereafter. This performance report shall report on the Center’s adherence to the operational conditions of approval regulating client limits, litter control and security, and shall include a tracking of the numbers of police service calls to the facility. Once completed, the performance reports shall be forwarded to the Planning Commission and City Council. If,

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during the course of monitoring, it is determined that the Ritter Center is out-of-compliance with conditions of approval, the City can schedule the Use Permit for a City Council public hearing. 17. Prior to the issuance of a building permit, the Ritter Center management shall develop and submit to the Planning Division an operation plan to address potential client overflow for medical services. The monthly monitoring report required by condition #5 above, shall identify the days within the reported calendar month in which the overflow plan was required to be implemented. This Use Permit (UP13-030) amendment is conditionally approved and shall become valid after a five (5) working day appeal period at 5:00 P.M on Wednesday, September 25, 2013, pending no appeals are filed with the City of San Rafael Planning Division. /s/ Raffi Boloyan Raffi Boloyan, Acting Zoning Administrator

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May 19, 2016 San Rafael City Council 1400 Fifth Ave San Rafael, CA

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Attention: Raffi Boloyan, Planning Manager San Rafael has a long and proud history of hosting services for those in our County who need a helping hand. We are encouraged at the direction our City is taking in dealing with homelessness in the longer term and we strongly support your efforts to continue to find better ways to help those in need while making our downtown a better place for families and our local business owners. Our challenge in the near term is how to reduce the impacts of the growing homeless population who are forced to live on the streets of our small City. Homelessness is a national crisis, but a quick look at 2015 census numbers tells us there is something different about San Rafael. Comparing San Rafael to Novato, a City with a similar population, shows us that San Rafael has 2.5 times the homeless population. Using the same 2015 census numbers you find that San Rafael has a homeless population per capita that is 20% higher than San Francisco and almost 30% higher than Berkeley. Our small City is clearly drawing people from elsewhere to use its services. In 2015 approximately 29% of the San Rafael homeless population, or 167 people, were from outside the County. Property crime, theft, assaults and robberies have risen concurrently with the growing homeless population in our small City while falling or remaining steady in other Cities. The result of this growing population downtown is a City where residents do not feel safe in their own community. Save San Rafael is submitting for your consideration 30 pages of comments from San Rafael families describing what life is like in our City today. I hope you will take a few moments to read through these comments to understand how scared, sad and frustrated our citizens are. While actions are being taken in the longer term to improve this situation, it is clear that the status quo is no longer acceptable and something must be done now to make this City once again a place for all of its citizens. While the Ritter Center is only part of the reason homeless are drawn to downtown San Rafael, it needs to also be a part of the solution. Until the Ritter Center can be relocated, reducing its use permit to its previous level is a sensible part of a larger set of actions required to improve life in our downtown area in the near term. The status quo must change now. On behalf of the San Rafael families and business owners who comprise Save San Rafael, I am submitting our petition with over 1200 signatures urging you to reduce the Ritter Center use permit to its prior level until the Center can be relocated away from downtown .. Thank you

Ken Reich Save San Rafael

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Greetings, We the undersigned are submitting this petition for the hearings on the Ritter Center use permit

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Kenneth Reich

, United States

2016-03-24

Kate Rice

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-03-29

Daniel Bacon

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-03-29

rob wiley

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-03-29

Laurie Etheridge

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-03-29

Michael Perona

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-03-29

Carl Schick

San Francisco, CA, United States

2016-03-30

Hannah Young

San Anselmo, CA, United States

2016-03-30

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-03-30

Beth Niles

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-03-30

Sunny Lee

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-03-30

Erick Valdovinos

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-03-30

Michele Holmes

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-03-30

Robert Boyce

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-03-30

Brian Napolitano

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-03-30

Gregory Arent

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-03-30

Carolyn lenert

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-03-30

ray figone

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-03-30

Erendira Olivas

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-03-30

Susan Olsen

Corte Madera, CA, United States

2016-03-30

Tony Franco

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-03-30

Arline Van Gessel

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-03-30

anne Wilson

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-03-30

Mark McGarvey

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-03-30

Leslie Allen

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-03-30

Ann Monette

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-03-30

Vanessa Nunez

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-03-30

Marsha Hallet

San Anselmo , CA, United States

2016-03-30

Dulce Macleod

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-03-30

Bonnie Balliet

San Anselmo, CA, United States

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Martha Delgado

San Francisco, CA, United States

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San Rafael, CA, United States

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Barbara Alexander

San Rafael, CA, United States

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Jennifer Alpert

San Rafael, CA, United States

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Myles Miller

San Rafael, CA, United States

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Melissa Lanier

Woodland, CA, United States

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Kentfield, CA, United States

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Elizabeth Rigali

San Rafael, CA, United States

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San Rafael, CA, United States

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Yvonne Fernandez

San Rafael, CA, United States

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JoAnn Levin

San Rafael, CA, United States

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Richard Holmes

San Rafael, CA, United States

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Holly Kane

San Rafael, CA, United States

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Trevor Buck

San Rafael, CA, United States

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Dolly Fong

S.F., CA, United States

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Jacqueline Tackaberry

San Rafael, CA, United States

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San Rafael, CA, United States

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Lamonte Brown

San Rafael, CA, United States

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Barbara Blackman

San Rafael, CA, United States

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Jennifer Beales

San Rafael, CA, United States

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Carrie Marmesh

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016·03·30

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San Rafael, CA, United States

2016·03·30

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San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-03-30

Brigid Richards

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-03-30

Rowley Adrianne

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-03-30

Mary Dowling

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-03-30

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San Rafael , CA, United States

2016-03-30

Michael Sitver

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-03-30

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San Rafael , CA, United States

2016-03-30

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2016-03-30

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San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-03-30

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San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-03-30

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San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-03-30

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San Rafael , CA, United States

2016-03-30

Carole Kammen

San Rafael , CA, United States

2016-03-30

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San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-03-30

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Pacifica, CA, United States

2016-03-30

Andrea Davison

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-03-30

Nadia Ferrari

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-03-30

Andrew Smith

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-03-30

Eric Moayedi

2016-03-30

Darren Buck

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Debbie Maimes

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-03-30

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2016-03-30

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San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-03-30

Susan Dalpino

San Rafael , CA, United States

2016-03-30

Donald Stenson

San Rafael, Ca, CA, United States

2016-03-30

Jennifer Loo

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-03-30

Denise Esterkyn

San Rafael , CA, United States

2016-03-30

Abby Pledger

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-03-30

Lisa Fait

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-03-30

Michelene Moayedi

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-03-30

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San Anselmo, CA, United States

2016-03-30

2016-03-30

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Mill Valley, CA, United States

2016-03-30

Michael Lane

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-03-30

MB Seedall

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-03-30

Kim Locke

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-03-30

Jeff Mulanax

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-03-30

Anne Pearson

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-03-30

Heather Stewart

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-03-30

Kevin Seeley

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-03-30

Mabi Ellis

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-03-30

William Gallagher

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-03-30

Jeanne Chatham

San Rafael , CA, United States

2016-03-30

Steve Locke

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-03-30

Melissa Hinderman

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-03-30

Cathy Gast Feroe

Larkspur, CA, United States

2016-03-30

Steve Reed

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-03-30

Erin Kim

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-03-30

Robert Berry

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-03-30

Alex MacSwain

San Rafae l, CA, United States

2016-03-30

Shane Kehoe

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-03-30

Robert Kelly

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-03-30

Michelle Rake

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-03-30

Sarah Wheeler

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-03-30

Leah Mazurelle

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-03-30

Stephanie Summer

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-03-30

John Schaefer

Larkspur, CA, United States

2016-03-30

Vaughan Acton

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-03-30

pamela samaniego

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-03-30

Andrew Perry

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-03-30

John Petrovsky

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-03-30

Nicola Bach

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-03-30

Jason Bousquet

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-03-30

John Greene

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-03-30

Name

Location

Date

Daniel White

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-03-30

Emily Prymak

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-03-30

Janipher Chan

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-03-30

Ariana Alioto

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-03-30

Christopher keane

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-03-30

Anamaria Dunn

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-03-30

Jeanne Williams

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-03-30

Susan Jordan

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-03-30

John McDermott

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-03-30

Buz Johanson

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-03-30

Cindy Benson

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-03-30

Claire Shoen

San Rafael , CA, United States

2016-03-30

Mike Ross

los Angeles , CA, United States

2016-03-30

Kelli Kelly

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-03-30

Nani lawrence

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-03-30

Andrea Young

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-03-30

William So

San Rafael , CA, United States

2016-03-30

Beth laughlin

San Rafael , CA, United States

2016-03-30

ellen greene

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-03-30

Penny Vaughan

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-03-30

Kenneth Pledg

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-03-30

Sara Bender

San Rafael , CA, United States

2016-03-30

Gail lorentz

San Rafael , CA, United States

2016-03-30

Mark Gabbard

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-03-30

Sian Killingsworth

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-03 -30

Jeffrey Zane

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-03-30

NOElANI SCallON

NOVATO, CA, United States

2016-03-30

Gary Scholick

San Rafael , CA, United States

2016-03-30

Kelli Peterson

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-03-30

Brian Mathews

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-03-30

Andrew Crawford

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-03-30

Jennifer Debonis

Kentfield , CA, United States

2016-03-30

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Name

Location

Date

Kari Humphrey

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-03-30

Amanda Radtke

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-03-30

Rali Reed

San Rafael , CA, United States

2016-03-30

Greg Stilson

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-03-30

Lisa Wh itman

Fairfax, CA, United States

2016-03-30

David Capelle

San Rafael , CA, United States

2016-03-30

Bryan Bates

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-03-30

Kim Adams

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-03-30

Beau Hanson

San Rafael , CA, United States

2016-03-30

Stephen Nitz

San Rafael , CA, United States

2016-03-30

Victoria Berghoff

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-03-30

Sadie Kiely

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-03-30

linda shapiro

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-03-30

George Shaheen

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-03-30

Lisa Allanson

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-03-30

Travis Troen

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-03-30

Marty Wickenheiser

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-03-30

Chris murdick

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-03-30

Susan Mayost

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-03-30

Nicole Cogswell

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-03-30

Scott Llamas

San Rafael , CA, United States

2016-03-30

Rob Lamb

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-03-30

Ryan Odonnell

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-03-30

Heather Marti n

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-03-31

Rene Garcia

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-03-31

Kee ly Everett

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-03-31

Nancy Hill

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-03-31

Susan McNear

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-03-31

WYu

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-03-31

Jessica Devers

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-03-31

Stacy Clatk

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-03-31

Ziv Kedem

Mamaroneck, NY, United States

2016-03-31

Name

Location

Date

Naomi Finerman

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-03-31

Robert Greene

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-03-31

Thomas Corker

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-03-31

Emily Leonard

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-03-31

Linda Markwick

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-03-31

Shira Zuckerman

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-03-31

David Johanson

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-03-31

Walter Wolk

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-03-31

Gary Markwick

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-03-31

Keith Prymak

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-03-31

Ann Dill

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-03-31

Terry Koenig

Novato, CA, United States

2016-03-31

B Wickwire

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-03-31

Jim Lynch

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-03-31

William Gietz

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-03-31

Noah Gift

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-03-31

Jacqueline-Marie Moore

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-03-31

Thomas Kordick

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-03-31

Sylvia Pesenti

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-03-31

Suzanne Jensen

San Rafael, CA, CA, United States

2016-03-31

Daria Lovette

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-03-31

Rebecca alexis

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-03-31

sarah mcdonald

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-03-31

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Laura Collins

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-03-31

Cathy Podhasky

San Rafael , CA, United States

2016-03-31

Jennifer Hinman

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-03-31

Bonnie McBride

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-03-31

Evan Reich

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-03-31

debi morgen

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-03-31

jennifer lynch

san francisco, CA, United States

2016-03-31

Pamela Parkes

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-03-31

Melissa Daly

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-03-31

Name

Location

Date

Karen Latham

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-03-31

Lynn Bradescu

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-03-31

Joe Delaney

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-03-31

Mike Cairns

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-03-31

Anna Capelle

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-03-31

Rich Babcock

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-03-31

Trista Corker

San Rafael , CA, United States

2016-03-31

Billie Buck

San Rafael , CA, United States

2016-03-31

John Beales

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-03-31

Matt Schallock

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-03-31

Bridget Radachy

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-03-31

Kathryn Kalabokes

Corte Madera, CA, United States

2016-03-31

Teall Harkey

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-03-31

Lori Sommer

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-03-31

Chris Untermann

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-03-31

Bridgey Ryan

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-03-31

Anna Quintero

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-03-31

Dennis Duff

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-03-31

Eileen Benson

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-03-31

Laurene Schlosser

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-03-31

Casey Benjamin

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-03-31

Dan McCall

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-03-31

Angelina Duff

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-03-31

Kim Cloney

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-03-31

Simon Zadovsky

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-03-31

Debi Clevenger

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-03-31

Bob Rucker

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-03-31

Rodney Heschong

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-03-31

Kristen Smol

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-03-31

Robert Fassberg

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-03-31

Christine Gabbard

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-03-31

Melanie Matheson

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-03-31

Name

Location

Date

Pennie Rossini

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-03-31

Alexandra Nicandri

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-03-31

lisa hanson

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-03-31

Jennifer Moezzi

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-03-31

C Hom

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-03-31

Barbara Henricks

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-03-31

Julie Schiffman

San Rafael, CA 94901 , CA, United States

2016-03-31

Nicholas Lituanio

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-03-31

Charles Morgenstern

San Francisco, CA, United States

2016-03-31

heather stewart

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-03-31

Ayesha Amin-Arsala

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-03-31

Christine Miller

San Rafael , CA, United States

2016-03-31

Mark Nicandri

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-03-31

Kathleen Liparini

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-03-31

LISA STRICKER

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-03-31

Shannon Kruger

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-03-31

Tommy Lamanna

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-03-31

Tami McCall

San Rafael , CA, United States

2016-03-31

Jennifer Hinton

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-03-31

Maggie Coin

Kentfield , CA, United States

2016-03-31

Sage Herman

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-03-31

Jonathan Hinman

San Rafael , CA, United States

2016-03-31

Jane Alt

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-03-31

Zachary Krefti ng

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-03-31

Louis Lucq

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-03-31

Jeanie Lucq

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-03-31

Leigha Jahansooz

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-03-31 ·

Kim Goodhope

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-03-31

Katie Tuttle

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-03-31

Cheryl Riley

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-03-31

Koorosh Khashayar

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-03-31

Paul Lucq

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-03-31

Name

Location

Date

Michael Mink

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-03-31

Laura Austin

San Rafael , CA, United States

2016-03-31

Sue Ghest-Kehoe

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-03-31

Josh Powell

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-03-31

Chris Hart

Larkspur, CA, United States

2016-03-31

Toni Ignoffo

San Rafael , CA, United States

2016-03-31

Dan Connor

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-03-31

Matthew Douglass

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-03-31

alex stricker

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-03-31

Kristen Geller

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-03-31

Cynthia Collison

San Rafael , CA, United States

2016-03-31

Jonathan Labovich

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-03-31

Kirsten Ph izackerley

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-03-31

Kirsten Smith

Laurel, MD, United States

2016-03-31

Drew Norton

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-03-31

Concerned Citizen

New City, NY, United States

2016-03-31

Elisa Safanda

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-03-31

Britt Johnson

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-03-31

zoe somers

san rafael , CA, United States

2016-03-31

Lindsay Miller

Novato, CA, United States

2016-03-31

Angella Russell

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-03-31

Sharon Murphy

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-03-31

Molly Brilliant

San Rafae l, CA, United States

2016-03-31

Brad Sears

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-03-31

Michael Kruger

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-03-31

Erin Noble

Fairfax, CA, United States

2016-03-31

Paul Gardella

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-03-31

Lauren Joyce

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-03-31

Pamela Nichols

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-03-31

Edward Brown

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-03-31

jan johanson

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-03-31

Katherine Blake

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-03-31

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Name

Location

Date

Meagan Seeley

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-03-31

Carla Garcia Cortez

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-03-31

Matt Parfit

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-03-31

Allison Skinner

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-03-31

Phil Neal

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-03-31

Matthew Alba

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-03-31

Rachel Street

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-03-31

And rew Pollal

San Anselmo , CA, United States

2016-03-31

Mario Gonzalez

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-03-31

Joan Lucq

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-03-31

Dan Williams

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-03-31

Courtney Wilkins

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-03-31

Katie Morris

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-03-31

Donald Haight

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-03-31

Carol Allison

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-03-31

John Dutton

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-03-31

Rachel Guthrie

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-03-31

Terri Jaffe

san rafael, CA, United States

2016-03-31

Gary Bender

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-03-31

Alex Burnham

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-03-31

Deena Bellman

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-03-31

Sarah Fonkalsrud

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-03-31

Peter Bussi

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-03-31

DJ Allison

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-03-31

Cheryl Clark

San Rafael , CA, United States

2016-03-31

Thomas Scheidig

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-03-31

Don Tarantino

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-03-31

Bruce Sadowmick

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-03-31

Chloe Caviness

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-03-31

Mary Krefting

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-03-31

Alex Spahr

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-03-31

Ann Rhoads

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-03-31

Name

Location

Date

Ellie Dominguez

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-03-31

Rachel von Doepp

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-03-31

Nicholas Spahr

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-03-31

James Russell

Miami, AZ, United States

2016-03-31

Bethany Womack

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-03-31

Sherry Saccuzzo

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-03-31

Sara Almaguer

San Rafael , CA, United States

2016-03-31

John Devine

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-03-31

Andre Urbanski

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-03-31

Christopher Carey

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-03-31

Matthew Andress

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-03-31

Karen Montgomery

Salinas, CA, United States

2016-03-31

Karen Holleran

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-03-31

John Pesenti

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-03-31

Peter Emrich

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-03-31

Kim Stewart

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-03-31

Marley Kalat

San Anselmo , CA, United States

2016-03-31

Matthew Scola

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-03-31

Richard Thalheimer

Ross, CA, United States

2016-03-31

Joshua Salwen

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-03-31

Jen Oliver

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-03-31

Arthur Feidler

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-03-31

ROBERT SACCUZZO

SAN RAFAEL, CA, United States

2016-03-31

J.D. Swartz

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-03-31

carol roeder

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-03-31

Kathie Feidler

Kentfield , CA, United States

2016-03-31

Mark Gravitch

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-03-31

Rita Becker

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-03-31

Peter Standish

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-03-31

Barbara Girerd

Oakland , CA, United States

2016-03-31

Jennifer Swartz

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-03-31

Michele Essayan

San Francisco, CA, United States

2016-03-31

Name

Location

Date

Tim McDonald

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-03-31

Alison Brown

San Rafael , CA, United States

2016-03-31

MARK PLASKON

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-03-31

Alison Corso

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-03-31

John Stanko

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-03-31

Lisa Fader

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-03-31

Bill Werstler

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-03-31

Niels Von Doepp

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-03-31

Brian Ahern

Oakland, CA, United States

2016-03-31

Bethany Wolfensperger

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-03-31

Sarah Cain

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-03-31

Andrea Eneidi

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-03-31

Madeline Barnett

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-03-31

Jeffrey Rhoads

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-03-31

Margery Cherin

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-03-31

Robin VanTassell

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-03-31

Elisabetta Ponti

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-03-31

Uyen Nguyen

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-03-31

Jason Wells

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-03-31

Chris Spilly

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-03-31

Michael Ellis

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-03-31

Dan Hanlon

Novato, CA, United States

2016-03-31

Chris Johnson

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-03-31

chris portell a

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-03-31

Michael Jobe

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-03-31

Amy Anderson

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-03-31

Jacqueline Louis

Kentfield , CA, United States

2016-03-31

Rebecca Spence

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-03-31

declan murphy

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-03-31

Kevin Jobe

Los Angeles, CA, United States

2016-03-31

Gina FrAnco

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-03-31

Elise Gundersen

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-03-31

Name

Location

Date

Valerie mandin-kelly

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-03-31

Laura Celi

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-03-31

Malinda wheeler

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-03-31

Kara King

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-03-31

christina lund

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-03-31

Matthew Kerslake

San Rafael , CA, United States

2016-03-31

David Wolfensperger

San Rafael , CA, United States

2016-03-31

Marianne Descalzo

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-03-31

Susan Zelinsky

San Rafael , CA, United States

2016-03-31

Kristin Graham

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-03-31

Benjamin Stewart

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-03-31

Marlene Peterson

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-03-31

Rita Channon

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-03-31

Jan Kapash

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-03-31

Sherri Corker

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-03-31

Pete zavattero

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-03-31

Chris Stewart

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-03-31

Sara Thomas

San Francisco, CA, United States

2016-03-31

Tony Markwick

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-03-31

Rebecca Markwick

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-03-31

Michelle Nardone

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-03-31

Heather Powell

San Rafael , CA, United States

2016-03-31

Susan Ginwala

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-03-31

Jana Mannina

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-03-31

David Thompson

San Rafael , CA, United States

2016-03-31

Michael Dougherty

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-03-31

Pamela Couce

San Rafael , CA, United States

2016-03-31

Jason Tuttle

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-03-31

Travis Johnson

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-03-31

Hanna Damiani

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-03-31

Jeanine Lin

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-03-31

Clare Mullin

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-03-31

Name

Location

Date

gary hassin

san francisco , CA, United States

2016-03-31

Daniel Nemits

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-03-31

Gloria DeMaria

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-03-31

Jill Sheehan

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-03-31

Melissa Hartley

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-03-31

Parker Channon

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-03-31

Jennifer Dito

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-03-31

Shelly Meny

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-03-31

Kimberly Hancher

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-03-31

mike brinck

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-03-31

Ken Goudey

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-03-31

Patty Faulkner

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-03-31

Sean Dugan

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-03-31

Kelly Merrick

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-03-31

Josh Ganger

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-03-31

Mira Troyan

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-03-31

Quinn Baraco Belben

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-03-31

piper bowman

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-03-31

Francesca Englert

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-03-31

Stacy Thorpe

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-03-31

Marcus Jessup

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-03-31

Kristin Maguire

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-03-31

Claudine Whitney

Novato, CA, United States

2016-03-31

Angela Hoover

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-03-31

Darcy Tarantino

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-03-31

john hayes

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-03-31

Jeff Miller

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-03-31

Ross Elkins

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-03-31

Steve Fogliani

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-03-31

Ryan Doving

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-03-31

Kimberly Kisner

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-03-31

Alison yezbak

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-03-31

Name

Location

Date

Matt Elkins

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-03-31

Megan Mccormacj

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-03-31

Stephanie Nevin

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-03-31

Loren Zirbel

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-03-31

Pat Taylor

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-03-31

Laura Motzer

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-03-31

Rosemary LaMotta

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-03-31

Jennifer Lakner

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-03-31

Lee Riney

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-03-31

Brenden Yezbak

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-03-31

marilyn reyes

fairfax , CA, United States

2016-03-31

Jon Salomon

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-03-31

Robyn Klapperich

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-03-31

Marissa Schechter

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-03-31

Don Moore

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-03-31

Kathleen Parker

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-03-31

Stacy Leopold

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-04-01

Catherine Healy

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-04-01

Erica Gates

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-04-01

Anita Welter

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-04-01

Annie Terstegge

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-04-01

Julie beach

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-04-01

Stefany Snyder

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-04-01

Tony Alex

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-04-01

Tamara Markwick DeMille

San Rafael , CA, United States

2016-04-01

Sondra Burgess

San Rafael , CA, United States

2016-04-01

Corinna Kavanagh

San Rafael , CA, United States

2016-04-01

Andrew valla

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-04-01

Vibeke Sommer

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-04-01

Paul Tomasch

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-04-01

Natalia Chavez

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-04-01

Patrick Terstegge

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-04-01

Name

Location

Date

Debbie Fraschetti

Larkspur, CA, United States

2016-04-01

David Gordon

San Rafael , CA, United States

2016-04-01

Michele Yam polsky

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-04-01

Cathy Lofrano

San Rafael , CA, United States

2016-04-01

Shirley Wolk

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-04-01

Tom Burrell

San Rafael , CA, United States

2016-04-01

Samantha Sargent

San Rafael , CA, United States

2016-04-01

Jennifer Haber

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-04-01

Hasted Hannah

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-04-01

Katherine Brown

San Rafael , CA, United States

2016-04-01

Michael Antieri

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-04-01

Grace Doctolero

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-04-01

Dana clark

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-04-01

gillian pontes

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-04-01

Frank Marino

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-04-01

Lauren Vorhees

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-04-01

Stacey Boyce

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-04-01

Bri Bohanan

Novato, CA, United States

2016-04-01

liza wienholz

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-04-01

Roland Cooper

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-04-01

Julia Arno

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-04-01

Margaret Perlstein

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-04-01

Kathy Taylor

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-04-01

Rowena DeMayo

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-04-01

Gina Doctolero

Folsom, CA, United States

2016-04-01

Dean Taylor

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-04-01

Wendy Galland

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-04-01

Carol Gachen

San Rafael , CA, United States

2016-04-01

Ben Thurmond

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-04-01

Roger Alt

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-04-01

Robert Porter

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-04-01

Indira Guerrieri

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-04-01

Name

Location

Date

Kelly Cameron

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-04-01

Sam Hagan

San Rafael , CA, United States

2016-04-01

Michael Parrett

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-04-01

Anne Pera

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-04-01

Keira Guasco

San Anselmo, CA, United States

2016-04-01

Kathryn Rooprai

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-04-01

lauren hamblet

San Anselmo, CA, United States

2016-04-01

Casey Hunt

San Rafael , CA, United States

2016-04-01

Janice Gutermann

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-04-01

yoko kasai

2016-04-01

kyle duffy

San Rafael, CA, United States San Rafael, CA, United States

Christina Belli

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-04-01

Dave Parr

San Anselmo, CA, United States

2016-04-01

Mitra Pourfarrokh

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-04-01

Stacee Brown

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-04-01

Alexis Palefsky

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-04-01

Jennifer Yee Mennucci

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-04-01

Taylor Ahlqu ist

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-04-01

Rene Sommer

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-04-01

Bernie Benson

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-04-01

Eyan Higgins Jones

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-04-01

Meg Gamble

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-04-01

Crystal Cohen

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-04-01

Greg Case

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-04-01

Megan Tuggle

San Anselmo , CA, United States

2016-04-01

Elisabetta Manari

sausalito, CA, United States

2016-04-01

Yvonne Fox

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-04-01

Simon Cheung

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-04-01

Robert Well beloved

San Rafael , CA, United States

2016-04-01

Brandon Mark

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-04-01

Paige hirschkop

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-04-01

Julia Edwinson

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-04-01

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2016-04-01

Name

Location

Date

Deb Dubrowski

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-04-01

Cory Lund

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-04-01

Helen Young

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-04-01

Timothy Fross

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-04-01

Elke Reinhardt

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-04-01

Zena Richter

Novato, CA, United States

2016-04-01

Francis Michael Cunha

San Rafael , CA, United States

2016-04-01

Brian Kaplan

Novato, CA, United States

2016-04-01

Rosario Salinas'

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-04-01

Jennifer Storey

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-04-01

Stacey Kaplan

Novato, CA, United States

2016-04-01

Bret Goldman

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-04-01

kim charlesworth

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-04-01

Gary Pedroli

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-04-01

Jeff More

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-04-01

Siobhsn Ofonogur

San Rafael , CA, United States

2016-04-01

A Richardson

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-04-01

Kelly Dame

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-04-01

Rupinder Buttar

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-04-01

Lindsey Ragghianti

Novato, CA, United States

2016-04-01

Lynn Muschi

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-04-01

Carol Oakes

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-04-01

larry lesser

boynton beach , FL, United States

2016-04-01

Sheryl Knutson

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-04-01

Robert Bowler

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-04-01

Kent Pritchett

Novato, CA, United States

2016-04-01

Leah LoSchiavo

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-04-01

Bret Lama

Kentfield, CA, United States

2016-04-01

Shana Chrisman

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-04-01

Karen Hannah

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-04-01

Yvonne Rodoni

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-04-01

Robert Widinski

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-04-01

Name

Location

Date

Josselyn Robertson

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-04-01

James Dame

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-04-01

Natalie Schoch

San Francisco, CA, United States

2016-04-01

John Radovich

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-04-01

Lisa Tatum

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-04-01

Joanne Ritter

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-04-01

Daniel Warren

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-04-01

Mark Ramezzano

Kentfield , CA, United States

2016-04-01

natasha devaud

san rafael, CA, United States

2016-04-01

Nicole Murphy

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-04-01

Steve Franchetti

Napa, CA, United States

2016-04-01

Dawn DeBisschop

San Rafael , CA, United States

2016-04-01

Karen Frykman

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-04-01

John Reid

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-04-01

Hugh Chatham

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-04-01

Tim Cornwell

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-04-01

Patricia Ravasio

Corte Madera, CA, United States

2016-04-01

Jennifer Labovich

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-04-01

Steve Peixotto

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-04-01

Mary O'Brien

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-04-01

Melissa Ahern

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-04-01

Susan Schultz

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-04-01

Steve Held

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-04-01

sharlene moss

San Rafael, CA, United States

' 2016-04-01

Rick Barsotti

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-04-01

Marcel Vela

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-04-01

Amy Tarantino

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-04-01

stephanie bennett

Corte Madera, CA, United States

2016-04-01

Cristy McDowell

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-04-01

james stuart

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-04-01

Barbara Rahe

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-04-01

Alicia Brasch

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-04-01

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Name

Location

Date

Louise Wilson

Novato, CA, United States

2016-04-01

Dan Peixotto

Larkspur, CA, United States

2016-04-01

Henrietta Ivarson

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-04-01

Chiara Serpa

San Rafael , CA, United States

2016-04-01

Redenbarger James

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-04-01

Kareese Holt

Petaluma, CA, United States

2016-04-01

Eric Wertheimer

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-04-01

Jennifer Leaf

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-04-01

Peter Lambert

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-04-01

Anne Palmer-Stein

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-04-01

Charles Roell

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-04-01

Michael Campbell

San Rafael , CA, United States

2016-04-01

robert Hoffmeister

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-04-01

Mimi O'Connell

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-04-01

Janet Lucroy

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-04-01

Kate Llamas

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-04-01

Debra Fross

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-04-01

Lindy Booth

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-04-01

Tracylihn Monks

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-04-01

Shannon Alten

san rafael, CA, United States

2016-04-01

Kanani Lowe

San Francisco, CA, United States

2016-04-01

Grazia Bennett

San Francisco , CA, United States

2016-04-01

Kevin Hoch

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-04-01

Kaan Etem

San Francisco, CA, United States

2016-04-01

Donna Shelly

Kentfield, CA, United States

2016-04-01

Becky Orson

Larkspur, CA, United States

2016-04-01

Doug Gawoski

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-04-01

jodie silberman

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-04-01

Michael Haley

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-04-01

Kristi Taaffe

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-04-01

Julie Luria

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-04-01

Thomas Collins

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-04-01

Name

Location

Date

Stella Robertson

San Rafael , CA, United States

2016-04-02

Jennifer Gonzalez

San Rafael , CA, United States

2016-04-02

warren weisenburg

San Rafael , CA, United States

2016-04-02

Joe Reyes

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-04-02

Marc Barie

San Rafael , CA, United States

2016-04-02

Lyndsay Rou

Rohnert Park, CA, United States

2016-04-02

Sandrine poulet

novato, CA, United States

2016-04-02

Marissa Warren

San Rafael , CA, United States

2016-04-02

Neile Royston

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-04-02

jennifer burrell

san rafael , CA, United States

2016-04-02

Diana Simons

auckland 1025, New Zealand

2016-04-02

Andersen Chan

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-04-02

Kathtyn Elia

San Rafael , CA, United States

2016-04-02

Jon Caxton

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-04-02

Rebecca Reid

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-04-02

Jennifer Dardis

San Rafael , CA, United States

2016-04-02

Susan Sidell

San Rafael , CA, United States

2016-04-02

Mike Maloney

San Rafael , CA, United States

2016-04-02

Rachel Glas

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-04-02

Angela Casey

San Francisco, CA, United States

2016-04-02

S Herrera

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-04-02

Pat Derenzo

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-04-02

Cathy Klein

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-04-02

Patricia Matthies

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-04-02

Victoria Vitas

San Rafael , CA, United States

2016-04-02

Louis R.

Novato, CA, United States

2016-04-02

Cathy Riley

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-04-02

Leo Gim

Berkeley, CA, United States

2016-04-02

Taylor Tarantino

San Rafael , CA, United States

2016-04-02

Kris Kelson

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-04-02

Julie Michaud

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-04-02

Joan Honour

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-04-02

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Name

Location

Date

ellen helms

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-04-02

gina fross

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-04-02

Cherie Herzog

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-04-02

Marie-Helene Bouveret

France

2016-04-02

Minkyung Kang

New York, NY, United States

2016-04-02

Dana Riley

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-04-02

Hugo Landecker

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-04-02

Marlon Woolf

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-04-02

Nina Cook

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-04-02

Kari Paulsey

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-04-02

Karen Polido

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-04-02

Aline Sobral

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-04-02

Barbara Cameron Mozer

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-04-02

Tom Henthorne

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-04-02

Brianna P

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-04-02

Andersen Chan

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-04-02

Diana Bokaie

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-04-02

Bob Boas

San Rafae l, CA, United States

2016-04-02

Kevin San Diego

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-04-02

Monica VanDis

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-04-02

jacquie bellino

Novato, CA, United States

2016-04-02

Brooke Pascoe

Portland, OR , United States

2016-04-02

Mark Canty

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-04-02

Beatrice F Newhall

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-04-02

Lindsay Bartsh

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-04-02

Kenny Dahle

Denver, CO, United States

2016-04-02

Suzanne Gogna

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-04-02

Akila Ramakrishnan

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-04-02

Jen Cibula

San Mateo, CA, United States

2016-04-02

Emma Fox

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-04-02

Francois Lambert

San Rafael , CA, United States

2016-04-02

Elaina Shelton

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-04-02

Name

Location

Date

Katherine Rincon

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-04-02

Paula Berry

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-04-02

richard daloisio

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-04-02

David Simon

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-04-02

Jeremy Cline

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-04-02

Alecia Krokroskia

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-04-02

T Gerhart

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-04-02

Lewis Jones

San Anselmo, CA, United States

2016-04-02

E Tobias Smith

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-04-02

David Lammel

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-04-02

Valerie Francescato

San Francisco, CA, United States

2016-04-02

barbara moore

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-04-02

Dave Gardner

2016-04-02

Claudia Kleiman

San Rafael, CA, United States - - San Rafael, CA, United States

Allen Kleiman

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-04-02

Crystal flory

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-04-02

Karin Granados

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-04-02

Tova Sloan

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-04-02

Donna Robertson

San Rafael , CA, United States

2016-04-02

Jodi wilson

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-04-02

Victoria Van Houten

Santa Maria, CA, United States

2016-04-02

Paul de Roulet

Greenbrae, CA, United States

2016-04-02

Katherine Bellatorre

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-04-02

Dawn Anderson

San Rafael , CA, United States

2016-04-02

Melissa Hutfless

Richmond, CA, United States

2016-04-02

Shaye Smallwood

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-04-02

Delisa Sage

San Francisco, CA, United States

2016-04-03

Deborah Protheroe

Novato, CA, United States

2016-04-03

Ray Moss

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-04-03

Vanessa Ching

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-04-03

Dennis Kaplan

Mayfield Heights, OH , United States

2016-04-03

Heather Jenkin

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-04-03

2016-04-02

Name

Location

Date

nicolas vitas

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-04-03

Laura Suski

San Anselmo , CA, United States

2016-04-03

Beate Berliner

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-04-03

Jason Chan

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-04-03

Matt Chan

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-04-03

Jamey Chan

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-04-03

Scott Drotman

San Anselmo , CA, United States

2016-04-03

Sam Monge

Mill Valley, CA, United States

2016-04-03

Melissa Marsh

Novato, CA, United States

2016-04-03

Joseph Cillo

Kentfield , CA, United States

2016-04-03

Debra Marsh

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-04-03

Melinda Mackaben

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-04-03

David Mariottini

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-04-03

Bonnie Orofino

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-04-03

Nicoke Says

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-04-03

Jessica Cleary

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-04-03

Jonathan Bruce

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-04-03

ross parmenter

San Rafael , CA, United States

2016-04-03

Ray Wilson

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-04-03

Victoria Schmitt

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-04-03

Lofrano Valerie

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-04-03

Robert Muirhead

San Rafael , CA, United States

2016-04-03

Margaret Schmidt

Kentfield, CA, United States

2016-04-03

Victoria Middagh

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-04-03

Jeffrey Chan

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-04-03

Ken Azevedo

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-04-03

Charles Hardeman

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-04-03

Kelly Hunscher

San Anselmo, CA, United States

2016-04-03

Shirley Zelenski

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-04-03

Meghan Melaugh

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-04-03

Yolanda Wilson

San Rafael , CA, United States

2016-04-03

Jennifer Werba

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. Mill Valley, CA, United States

2016-04-03

Name

Location

Date

Phil Baiocchi

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-04-03

Brad Gaffney

San Rafael , CA, United States

2016-04-03

Joanna San Diego

San Rafael , CA, United States

2016-04-03

Jay Ginwala

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-04-03

JS

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-04-03

Laura Matthias

San Rafael , CA, United States

2016-04-03

Nikki F

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-04-03

Claudia Gomez

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-04-03

Larry Galetti

San Anselmo, CA, United States

2016-04-03

Amy Richards

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-04-03

Diana Faulkner

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-04-03

Michelle Mazza Franchetti

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-04-03

Jassmine Ahmadi

Mill Valley, CA, United States

2016-04-03

Jane Muirhead

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-04-03

Zoe Rolland

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-04-03

Ulrike Steinbach

Mill Valley, CA, United States

2016-04-03

Rachael Roberts

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-04-03

Sue Robbins

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-04-03

Meghan Zodrow

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-04-03

Tony Ferrandini

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-04-03

persia matine

Sausalito, CA, United States

2016-04-03

Cheryl Mardesich

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-04-03

Sue Murphy

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-04-03

Leah Stander

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-04-03

Kees Briggs

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-04-03

Silvia Iannelli

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-04-03

Ruth Hadley

Tiburon, CA, United States

2016-04-03

Isabelle Finney

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-04-03

Kristina Beltz

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-04-03

Tory O'Keefe

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-04-03

Jason Beltz

San Rafael , CA, United States

2016-04-03

Gina Silvestri

San Rafael , CA, United States

2016-04-03

Name

Location

Date

Paul Schwanauer

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-04-03

Amy Likover

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-04-03

Chantal Krey

San Anselmo, CA, United States

2016-04-03

Linda Bellatorre

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-04-03

Denisa Bruel

San Rafael , CA, United States

2016-04-03

peg land

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-04-03

Nick DeDominic

San Rafael , CA, United States

2016-04-03

Ngim Ung-Ferrell

San Rafael , CA, United States

2016-04-03

Elisabeth Wilmott

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-04-03

Johanna Baumbach

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-04-03

Robin Indelicato

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-04-03

theodore mcneill

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-04-04

Toby Delia

San Rafael , CA, United States

2016-04-04

Patricia Bunderson

San Rafael , CA, United States

2016-04-04

Xavier Garcia

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-04-04

Nicolle Henneuse

Richmond , CA, United States

2016-04-04

Jessie Blake

San Rafael , CA, United States

2016-04-04

Jennifer Kroner

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-04-04

Nicola Trwst

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-04-04

James Cooper

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-04-04

Eduardo' Mazzini

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-04-04

Subha Mannargudi

San Rafael , CA, United States

2016-04-04

MARGARET DROESCH

SAN RAFAEL, CA, United States

2016-04-04

Polly Pareto

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-04-04

Melissa Harbaugh

Marysville, CA, United States

2016-04-04

Suzanne Lindelli

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-04-04

sara blauer

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-04-04

Joe Likover

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-04-04

Kraemer Winslow

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-04-04

Todd MacKaben

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-04-04

Scott Belben

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-04-04

Leonard Wheeler

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-04-04

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Name

Location

Date

trevor davey

San Rafael , CA, United States

2016-04-04

Mateo Vega

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-04-04

Jeff Garon

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-04-04

Jon burns

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-04-04

jen airhart

Corte Madera, CA, United States

2016-04-04

Marcia Hunt

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-04-04

Charles Harris

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-04-04

S Saude

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-04-04

Isabel Kazeminejad

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-04-04

Jacalyn datnow

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-04-04

Ian Gray

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-04-04

Patricia Leeds

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-04-04

Dorie Lee

SF, CA, United States

2016-04-04

Jeff Gray

Kingsville, Canada

2016-04-04

Denise Orr

Alameda, CA, United States

2016-04-04

Lorry Azevedo

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-04-04

David Blackwell

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-04-04

Jayne Verdon

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-04-04

Cindy Scott

San Mateo, CA, United States

2016-04-04

Stephen Starke

San Rafael , CA, United States

2016-04-04

Michael Schon

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-04-04

David Perotti

San Rafael , CA, United States

2016-04-04

Dom Yazzolino

San Anselmo, CA, United States

2016-04-04

Lisa Wolford

San rafael, CA, United States

2016-04-04

Jennie Olson

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-04-04

Steven King

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-04-04

Mark Turley

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-04-04

Todd Paonessa

San Rafael , CA, United States

2016-04-04

scott parsley

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-04-04

E. D. Goldstein

Fairfax, CA, United States

2016-04-04

Patrick Johnson

San Rafael , CA, United States

2016-04-04

Jeff Ivarson

San Rafael , CA, United States

2016-04-04

-

Name

Location

Date

Nichol Perotti

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-04-04

John Greene

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-04-04

Nancy Dowling

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-04-04

Joan Weiner

san Anselmo , CA, United States

2016-04-04

Susan Schwartz

Kentfield , CA, United States

2016-04-04

Jennifer Conde

San Rafael , CA, United States

2016-04-04

Kate Plaskon

San Rafael , CA, United States

2016-04-04

J.G. Lane

Mill Valley, CA, United States

2016-04-04

Dan Coleman

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-04-04

Patty Gessner

San Rafael , CA, United States

2016-04-04

jason ferrell

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-04-04

Jim Tyson

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-04-04

Scott Ryan

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-04-04

Bruce Greenstein

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-04-04

Chris Franco

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-04-04

Elise Sobral

San Anselmo , CA, United States

2016-04-04

Margot Ward

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-04-04

Jenn Barsotti

San Rafael , CA, United States

2016-04-04

Susan Diaz

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-04-04

janice greenwood

San Rafael , CA, United States

2016-04-04

Lisa Ghilotti

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-04-04

Espen Nygard

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-04-04

Serena McNamee

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-04-04

Kathym Forde

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-04-04

Derik Anderson

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-04-04

Sirima Pinit

San Rafael, United States Minor Outlying Islands

2016-04-04

Steven Young

San Anselmo, CA, United States

2016-04-04

Michelle Quick

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-04-04

Samuel Ko

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-04-04

carol nash

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-04-04

Steven Underwood

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-04-04

-

Name

Location

Date

donald ahn

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016·04·04

Will Beckman

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016·04·04

Gary Dimitratos

Beijing , China

2016·04·04

Jodi Janzen

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016·04·04

Linda Quinn

San Rafael , CA, United States

2016·04·04

Todd Janzen

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016·04·04

Beth Fliss

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016·04·04

Kristin Mazovec

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016·04·05

sara delapp

san francisco, CA, United States

2016·04·05

Margaret Mcdermott

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016·04·05

Peter Ekman

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016·04·05

suzanne maloney

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016·04·05

Chris Wenzel

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016·04·05

ASHLEY GROVE

Redondo Beach , CA, United States

2016·04·05

deborah beckman

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016·04·05

Su Yi

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016·04·05

Dennis Quiros

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016·04·05

Ann Brewer

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016·04·05

Vince Dito

Redondo Beach , CA, United States

2016·04·05

Giselle Lederman

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016·04·05

Jeffrey Wilson

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016·04·05

Kathryn Rose

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016·04·05

Stephanie Jucker

San Rafael , CA, United States

2016·04·05

Caitlin Hawley

San Francisco, CA, United States

2016·04·05

Guillermo Montes

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016·04·05

Aimee Zimmerman

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016·04·05

Amy Gravitch

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016·04·05

Melissa Korpi

San Rafael , CA, United States

2016·04·05

Alexia Cloutier

Sausalito, CA, United States

2016·04·05

Heather Greene

San Rafael , CA, United States

2016·04·05

Albert da Cunha

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016·04·05

Debra Self

San Rafael , CA, United States

2016·04·05

-

Name

Location

Date

Rob Sinclaire

san rafael , CA, United States

2016-04-05

Theresa Fross

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-04-05

Lindsey Fross

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-04-05

Nicholas Cooper

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-04-05

Alison Lucia

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-04-05

Pic Walker

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-04-05

John Self

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-04-05

alicia pucci

Redwood City, CA, United States

2016-04-05

Margaret Slemmer

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-04-05

Mark Ryan

Corte Madera, CA, United States

2016-04-05

Evan Forsberg

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-04-05

Jane Quinn

San Anselmo, CA, United States

2016-04-05

Cierra Naber

San Rafael , CA, United States

2016-04-05

Justin Nunes

Corte Madera, CA, United States

2016-04-05

adam miller

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-04-05

Noah Reischmann

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-04-05

Chris Beerman

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-04-05

Sarah Reischmann

San Francisco, CA, United States

2016-04-05

Rane Jensen

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-04-05

LiIOliver

Kentfield, CA, United States

2016-04-05

Michael Polivka

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-04-05

Julie Harrison-Polivka

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-04-05

Jennifer Gadiel

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-04-05

Andrew Brooks

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-04-05

Jeff Allen

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-04-05

Victoria Welch

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-04-05

Eun JaAhn

San Rafael , CA, United States

2016-04-05

Katie Wheelock

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-04-05

Andre Gregoire

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-04-05

Jody Frank

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-04-05

Ralph Dauria

Novato, CA, United States

2016-04-05

Danielle Sioneker

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-04-05

-

Name

Location

Date

eric Mathewson

San Francisco, CA, United States

2016-04-05

Phil Gayle

Fairfax, CA, United States

2016-04-05

Philomena Morf

San Rafael , CA, United States

2016-04-06

John michael Cooper

San Rafael , CA, United States

2016-04-06

Marc Langenberg

San Rafael , CA, United States

2016-04-06

John Cooper

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-04-06

Katherine Bernheim

San Anselmo, CA, United States

2016-04-06

Ken Feingold

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-04-06

Jonathan Hoeh

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-04-06

Patricia Feingold

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-04-06

Eun Kyoung Lee

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-04-06

Ronald Davidian

Kentfield, CA, United States

2016-04-06

Christen McPherson

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-04-06

Virginia Kerbs

Woodacre , CA, United States

2016-04-06

Kathy Slane

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-04-06

Sonnet Sun

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-04-06

Amanda La Rocca

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-04-06

Kate Terstegge

San Anselmo , CA, United States

2016-04-06

Peter Conklin

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-04-06

Dave Zappetini

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-04-06

Paul Schiefer

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-04-06

gordy MacDermott

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-04-06

David Ortez

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-04-06

Kert Gilpin

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-04-06

Ray Galvez

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-04-06

Amanda Villareal

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-04-06

margo DeCook

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-04-06

Christine Morgan

San Anselmo, CA, United States

2016-04-06

Tim Smith

Fairfax, CA, United States

2016-04-06

Rob Thomason

Wayne , PA, United States

2016-04-06

Yvonne Lovell-Lawrence

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-04-06

Walter Cox

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-04-06

-

Name

Location

Date

Scott Connor

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-04-06

Annie Bowman

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-04-06

richard dimaio

Mill Valley, CA, United States

2016-04-06

:Laura Anderson

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-04-06

Keith Terstegge

San Anselmo , CA, United States

2016-04-06

Andrea Carvalho

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-04-06

Naomi Welch

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-04-06

Michelle Secor

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-04-06

Dennis Dunkelberger

Guerneville, CA, United States

2016-04-06

David Pitcher

Pleasanton, CA, United States

2016-04-06

Cara Chambers

Fairfax, CA, United States

2016-04-06

Loren Gachen

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-04-06

Matthew Hicks

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-04-06

Carolyn Pfeil

Oakland, CA, United States

2016-04-06

Mike Mullin

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-04-07

Steve Bowman

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-04-07

Kerry Dahnke

San Anselmo, CA, United States

2016-04-07

Stacey Baptista

Novato, CA, United States

2016-04-07

Michael Pocock

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-04-07

sonja dohse

Mill Valley, CA, United States

2016-04-07

Diego Norris

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-04-07

Lorilei Tuttle

Belvedere Tiburon, CA, United States

2016-04-07

Emily Taow

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-04-07

Jim Robinson

San Anselmo, CA, United States

2016-04-07

Bill Duvall

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-04-07

Arnie Yudice

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-04-07

Heather Hutchinson

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-04-07

Phoebe Ross

San Francisco, CA, United States

2016-04-07

Kari Kees

San Francisco, CA, United States

2016-04-07

Lisa Cabi

Larkspur, CA, United States

2016-04-07

Lauren Ng

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-04-07

Hope O'Regan

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-04-07

Name

Location

Date

Josh Klein

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016·04·07

Julia Morgenstern

San Rafael , CA, United States

2016·04·07

Jan Miller

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016·04·07

Lisa Seery

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016·04·07

Denise Collie

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016·04·08

Barbie Kuhn

San Rafael , CA, United States

2016·04·08

Linda Kirshman

San Rafael , CA, United States

2016·04·08

Sally Mcvey

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016·04·08

Cam Sshurst

San Rafael , CA, United States

2016·04·08

Douglas Skonie

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016·04·08

Heather Hall

San Rafael , CA, United States

2016·04·08

Dave McCullough

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016·04·08

Martha Ellis

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016·04·08

Daniel Garcia

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016·04·08

Rod Warters

San Rafael , CA, United States

2016·04·08

Howard Foster

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016·04·08

Traci Thiercof

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016·04·08

Robert Thiercof

Novato, CA, United States

2016·04·08

Lisa Thiercof

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016·04·08

faith scheiblich

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016·04·08

Andrew Pashman

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016·04·08

Edward DeMayo

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016·04·08

Evan DeLoryn

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016·04·08

Terry Boyer

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016·04·08

Lucy Dawson

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016·04·09

K Douglas

Kentfield , CA, United States

2016·04·09

Michael Hamilton

Novato, CA, United States

2016·04·09

Marty Richard

San Anselmo, CA, United States

2016·04·09

Elyse Merrifield

Huntington , NY, United States

2016·04·09

Larry Steele

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016·04·09

Veronica Denny

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016·04·09

Michelle Price Moezzi

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016·04·09

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Name

Location

Date

Kerry Mullins

San Rafael , CA, United States

2016-04-09

denise andresen

San Rafael , CA, United States

2016-04-09

Kevin Correnti

San Rafael , CA, United States

2016-04-09

Roberta regan

San Anselmo, CA, United States

2016-04-09

Gina Correnti

San Rafael , CA, United States

2016-04-09

Melanie Donaghy

San Rafael , CA, United States

2016-04-09

Robert Neuhaus

San Rafael , CA, United States

2016-04-09

Donald Herzog

San Rafael , CA, United States

2016-04-10

Tim Matthies

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-04-10

Kathleen Schutt

Fairfax, CA, United States

2016-04-10

Timothy Lauzon

Littleton, MA, United States

2016-04-10

Joanne Gordon

San Rafael , CA, United States

2016-04-10

Katie Axelson

San Anselmo, CA, United States

2016-04-10

Kimberly Dale

Woodland , CA, United States

2016-04 -11

Eileen Gramlich

Glen Ellyn, IL, United States

2016-04-11

L Mueller

Larkspur, CA, United States

2016-04-11

Jeffrey French

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-04-11

Sharon Minken

San Anselmo, CA, United States

2016-04-11

Lauren Bacigalupi

San Rafael , CA, United States

2016-04-11

Frank Smart

San Rafael , CA, United States

2016-04-11

Helen Stoddard

San Rafael , CA, United States

2016-04-11

Jackie Larkins

San Rafael , CA, United States

2016-04-12

Lynn Gray

San Rafael , CA, United States

2016-04-12

Jennifer Agrell

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-04-12

William Yeager

San Rafael , CA, United States

2016-04-12

Carlos Flores

San Rafael , CA, United States

2016-04-12

Tamra Castor

San Rafael , CA, United States

2016-04-12

Sharon Gosselin

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-04-13

Susan Gatrill

San Rafael , CA, United States

2016-04-13

Leslie Perry

San Anselmo, CA, United States

2016-04-13

Tom Callagy

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-04-14

Ana Diaz

San Rafael , CA, United States

2016-04-15

Name

Location

Date

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-04-15

Dawn Durning

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-04-15

Emily Vera

San Francisco, CA, United States

2016-04-15

Ashley Valentine

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-04-16

Lisa Freiatb

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-04-16

Edgar Bustamante

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-04-17

ann bool

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-04-17

Janette Gershkow

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-04-17

Vince Berry

San Rafael , CA, United States

2016-04-17

Gregg Kellogg

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-04-17

Jennifer Turek

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-04-17

Jared Ede

San Rafael , CA, United States

2016-04-17

Sandra Reinhardt

San Rafael , CA, United States

2016-04-17

Donald Lewis

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-04-17

Robert Battaglia

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-04-17

Ron Ferragamo

Novato, CA, United States

2016-04-17

Hans Richter

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-04-17

ilene Taekman

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-04-18

Antoinette Benoit

Mill Valley, CA, United States

2016-04-18

Sue Aldridge

San Anselmo , CA, United States

2016-04-18

James Demos

Chicago, IL, United States

2016-04-18

joe cline

San Rafael , CA, United States

2016-04-18

Michael Taekman

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-04-18

Tom Benoit

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-04-18

Reginald Briggs

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-04-18

Caroline Perrino

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-04-18

Cristina Brandon

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-04-18

Donald Muns

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-04-18

Mary Jane Mateer

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-04-18

suzanne daily

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-04-18

Curtis McBride

San Rafael , CA, United States

2016-04-18

Loran McBride

San Rafael , CA, United States

2016-04-18

·Chris Russell

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Name

Location

Date

suzanne sarra

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-04-18

Michele Mcbride

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-04-18

Paloma Ardiles

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-04-20

Gloria Azevedo

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-04-20

Susanne Karch

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-04-20

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Patricia Salas

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-04-20

caroline McCormick

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-04-20

Veronica Gonzales

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-04-20

Maya Draudt

San rafael, CA, United States

2016-04-20

Ayla Yaitanes

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-04-20

Moezzi Saaid

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-04-20

F. Shanon Little

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-04-21

Barbara Moore

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-04-21

Nancy Koster

San Rafael , CA, United States

2016-04-21

Keith Metzger

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-04-21

Phil Jaret

San Rafael , CA, United States

2016-04-21

Kimberly Anne Hoffman

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-04-21

Curtis Wiens

Novato, CA, United States

2016-04-21

Kamila Harkavy

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-04-21

Melissa Reitano

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-04-21

Leora Fulvio

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-04-21

Kristin Buehler

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-04-21

John Reitano

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-04-21

Cathie Wiggs

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-04-21

Charlie Chappelle

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-04-21

Ninette Arana

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-04-21

Ryan Koontz

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-04-21

Barbara Untermann

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-04-21

Tristan Cooke

San Rafael , CA, United States

2016-04-21

Amy Hanaughan

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-04-21

Jennifer Horta

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-04-21

Benny Magnusson

Stockholm, Sweden

2016-04-21

Name

Location

Date

Joy Walker

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-04-21

Colin Munroe

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-04-21

Ryan Dixon

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-04-21

Patrick Warren

San Rafael , CA, United States

2016-04-21

Daniel Stevens

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-04-21

Kari Zazzara

Kentfield , CA, United States

2016-04-21

Lindsay Aker

San Rafael , CA, United States

2016-04-22

William Aker

San Rafael , CA, United States

2016-04-22

Michael Horta

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-04-22

Maryanne Dahl

San Rafael , CA, United States

2016-04-22

Chris Loew

San Rafael , CA, United States

2016-04-22

ken casey

San Rafael , CA, United States

2016-04-22

Paula Stoddard

San Rafael , CA, United States

2016-04-22

Sterling Deaves

San Rafael , CA, United States

2016-04-22

Dory Weston

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-04-22

Ernesto DiSabatino

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-04-22

melissa rotner

San Rafael , CA, United States

2016-04-22

Stephanie Owen

San Rafael , CA, United States

2016-04-23

Brian Fogarty

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-04-24

Mr. P

San Rafael , CA, United States

2016-04-25

Jenny Casey

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-04-25

Xochitl Birchenough

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-04-25

Christine Lafranconi

Cupertino, CA, United States

2016-04-25

Miriam Lite

San Rafael , CA, United States

2016-04-26

Adair Lara

San Francisco, CA, United States

2016-04-26

Anne Brennan

Petaluma, CA, United States

2016-04-26

Mike Scevola

Sonoma, CA, United States

2016-04-26

Sandra Eastus

San Francisco, CA, United States

2016-04-26

Jitu Rajgor

India

2016-04-26

bonnie mcmurry

san anselmo, CA, United States

2016-04-26

Susan Weber

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-04-27

Jennifer Ellis

San Rafael , CA, United States

2016-04-27

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Location

Date

Steffanie Lehr

San Francisco, CA, United States

2016-04-27

Eugene Wolf

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-04-27

Barbara Russo Bisconti

Los Angeles, CA, United States

2016-04-27

Ronald DeCloux

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-04-27

Tom Kernan

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-04-28

lornaa pickrell

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-04-28

Maria Buehler

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-04-28

Jennifer johnson

San Rafael, CA, United States

2016-04-29

Comments Name

Location

Date

Comment

rob wiley

San Rafael, CA

2016·03-29

The Ritter Center does some great work •• but is in the wrong location and is not well-managed. I have both compassion for the homeless and the business owners. However, the chronic inebriates are making our downtown unsafe to visit. The Ritter Cenler keeps expanding their services beyond their capability to manage. The status quo must change.

Hannah Young

San Anselmo, CA

2016·03·30 I think Ritter house should be relocated to a more appropriate location

Thad Sauvain

San Rafael , CA

2016·03-30

I believe Ritter is better located elsewhere and their client load should also be reduced until they show that they can handle more clients without causing problems in the area.

Beth Niles

San Rafael, CA

2016-03-30

I believe we can do a better job Ihan we are doing now for homeless people and reduce the negative impact on the downtown businesses that rely on locals to make their living but we have to work as a community.

Michele Holmes

San Rafael. CA

2016·03-30

The system is obviously flawed when our city becomes a "destination" city for free services. Ritter employees confessed to falsifying addresses to help serve more people. How many businesses will have to close? How many assaults, robberies, shootings, drug deals do we have to tolerate? I used to walk downtown but I'm sick of being harrassed. Enough is enough. As a San Rafael resident and home owner I feel the need to stick up for my rights too. Please share and sign.

Robert Boyce

Grosse Pointe, MI

2016-03-30

My daughter goes to aftercare at Parkside, and used to take tennis lessons at Albert Park. She will no longer take tennis because she is afraid of the people that linger all around the courts. It has also served to make her fearful of going to Davidson Middle School.

Tony Franco

San Rafael, CA

2016-03-30

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Born and raised in San Rafael , however, I will no longer go downtown due to the unpleasant experiences dealing with the homeless. Crime in San Rafael has skyrocketed over the years because the police have to spend their time dealing with bums Instead of patrolling our streets. The city is a mess!!!

anne Wilson

San Rafael, CA

2016-03-30

I don't feel safe in my neighborhood anymore and my kids are surrounded by alcohol and drugs and I think it's not a good environment 10 raise kids

Ava Crystal

Tallahasse, FL

2016-03-30

Crime and filth have gotten oul of hand in SR .

Ann Monette

San Rafael, CA

2016-03-30

Ritter House should be moved to a County location.

Dulce Macleod

San Rafael, CA

2016-03-30

San Rafael deserves a break. Downtown can be a unpredictable place at times because the behavior of a number of idle people. It can be Volatile. I'm simply tired of il, Time for compassion for those who want a healthy downtown too.

Susan Reed

San Anselmo, CA

2016-03-30

The homeless population is overwhelming in San Rafae l. We appreciate that others agree and together we need to find a better solution.

Scott Jones

San Rafael, CA

2016-03-30

Grew up in San Rafael and the darrels are out of control. Hard core hoodlum bums and addicts out of SR. Let Ross handle them.

Tammy Nygard

Mill Valley, CA

2016-03-30

I do not enjoy living in san a dark due to the destruction and danger the homeless have brought with them. I want my city back and my kids deserve a better place than this. Can't walk to school, fear in our home ii's places on them. Enough is enough. We are contemplating moving due to this nightmare crealed in less than 10 years.

Art Faibisch

San Rafael. CA

2016-03-30

The city needs 10 deal wilh the homeless problem which has gotten out of hand.

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Location

Date

Martha Delgado

San Francisco, CA

2016-03-30

Comment What is happening now is irresponsible and unfair to both the people that Ritter serves as well as the law abiding and generous citizens and merchanls that bear the brunt of the irresponsibly 01 Ritter with regard to the negative impact on the community. Ritter can continue to do its work, which no one disputes is valuable, I a facility that is beUer suited to its needs and one that doesn't destroy the community.

Christopher Carey

San Rafael, CA

2016-03-30

I want San Rafael to thrive as a family community and I do believe the COUNTY and all of the cities need to help the homeless, not just San Rafael.

Myles Miller

San Ralael, CA

2016-03-30

this problem is out of control.

Dionne Garcia

San Rafael, CA

2016-03-30

I am tired of the out of control negative impact of the homeless influx over the last several years

Elizabeth Rigali

San Rafael, CA

2016-03-30

Leigha Davis

San Rafael, CA

2016-03-30

The quality of my life is greally reduced by the influx of badly behaving people. Because 3 of the homeless people hanging out at Ridder killed a man in Fairfax that was walking his dog, they also slole his car (thai is how the police tracked them down). As well as a young woman in Ihe SF Park.

Richard Holmes

San Rafael, CA

2016-03-30

I believe there are better solutions than having the AiHer in downtown locations and do not feel it is safe for my wife and child in downtown San Rafael anymore

Trevor Buck

San Rafael, CA

2016-03-30

I grew up in San Rafael , used to shop at Macy's and went to Davidson MS and spent afternoons walking up and down 4th Street. I would not want my middle sholl kids to do the same in lodays environment. San Rafael can be great again.

Jacqueline Tackaberry

San Rafael, CA

2016-03-30

I live 3-4 blocks from Riller and drug dealing & homeless are over my back yard fence every night I Often SCARY & NOISY II I have them leaving empty liquor bottles in my planter boxes and silting in them as if I am an annex? I gave up growing a Planl In one as they simply kill it ? II is a continual disturbance and I too have cleaned up human feces.

Jill Symons

San Rafael , CA

2016-03-30

Jennifer Beales

San Rafael, CA

2016-03-30

I live here in San Rafael and no longer feel safe in my own lawn. I and my family have been personally affected by the growing number of homeless in San Rafael. Crime has risen. Locals no longer patronize business in our downtown. Our local Safeway is no longer safe with daily shoplifting and shootings In their parking 101. We want our ci ty backl

Carrie Marmesh

San Rafael, CA

2016-03-30

Liz Kalloch

San Rafael, CA

2016-03-30

I agree with all points. I'm a homeowner who lives in the West End Village in downtown San Rafael, and we have been dealing with the homeless situation for a few years now. It's gotten much worse on our end of town in Ihe last year and a half, and I'm not sure whallhe best solution is, but it's feeling less and less sale and more and more worrisome. tthink Ritter House is an important resource for homeless people, especially for mothers and children, and ii's necessary that someone is there to help, but clearly the free services draw other folks too. We've probably called the police more in the last 2 years than I ever have in my whole life, and if we're doing it I'm sure lot of other residents are too, and thai system can 't be sustained either. So, clearly, I don't have any answers, but if things keep escalating the way they have been, kind of exponentially, it's going to get even less pretty. So, how to balance care and services for the homeless population AND the safety and well-being of the residents of San Rafael, that's the question I want to be asking, and hopefully we can answer it.

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Location

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Castellucci Lucianna

San Rafael , CA

2016-03-30

I'm signing because I'm direclly effected by the vile vagrancy on a daily basis. have documented hundreds of photos and I'm not complacent to the idea that this is going to be a "way of life" for my children. I graduated from Terra Linda High in 1994. This is not how San Rafael was then and it isn't acceptable now. We have let our community go and it's time to take action to get it back. We are friendly, but not to be run over by bleeding hearts that want to help homeless but aren't willing to have them live on their front doorsteps. Neither am I.

Brigid Richards

San Rafael, CA

2016-03-30

Some people aren't going to 4th Street anymore because of the pan handlers and crazies. This impacts merchants, restaurants, and potential potential new business.

Rowley Adrianne

San Rafael. CA

2016-03-30

I'm signing because I'm removing uncapped needles and human waste. bollies of alcohol and demanding masturbating overnight homeless campers to leave our business parking lot before we can open for business. When they pack up, they find their across the street into the gates of the Riller Center to receive their daily services - whatever that may be. It's too much - and too frequent. When is enough really enough? The food given to clients at Ritter is frequently littered into the street, many homeless don't carry can openers.

Daniel Bacon

San Rafael, CA

2016-03-30

I support moving Ritter to a better location, both for those of us who live and work in San Rafael and for those who need Ritter's services.

Daniel Bacon

San Rafael, CA

2016-03-30

Ritter Center should be moved to a better location, both for the people who live. work, and own businesses in San Rafael and for the people who receive services from Ritter.

Daniel Bacon

San Rafael, CA

2016-03-30

Ritter Center should be moved to a better location, both for the people who live , work, and own businesses in San Rafael and for the people who receive services from Ritter.

CHAMPION ASHLEY

San Rafael , CA

2016-03-30

I'm signing because we have to protect our businesses and defend the customer base we've worked so hard to bUild. if we lose customers and tourists - we lose culture and community. And then one day we will all look back and wonder what happened to the days when we could walk down 4th Street before it looked like the Tenderloin .

Todd Judd

San Rafael, CA

2016-03-30

San Rafael is overwhelmed

Carole Kammen

San Rafael, CA

2016-03-30

San Rafael is no longer a place I go to eat, shop, or walk.

caldwell antony

San Rafael, CA

2016-03-30

I'm singing because my wife, Lucianna Castellucci, of Best Collateral on Third

& Ritter St, is put in physical danger every day in the environment Ritter Center creates and provides. We have 4 children and she is an asset to our business, our family, our schools and our community. Ritter Center's clients have physically assaulted her, damaged her vehicles, followed her, thrown items at her, yelled obscenities at her, made verbal death threats to her and most of these incidents have been reported to the SRPD in which they responded promptly. This is unacceptable behavior for you and I, but for a homeless individual, as they are jailed at the cost of the County and expensive to arrest, are overlooked on many occasions and cited with a warning to continue on the poor behavior. How can I protect my family, my wonderful wife, when the City of San Rafael can't protect isn't cilizens of this community? Ritter Center has it'::> own on-site Security Service for a reason, a good reason ... to protect themselves from their own clients they serve. Who is protecting the citizens from the same clients they serve? Who is protecting my wife and her staff from the people they serve? The person thalthreated to slit my wife's throat is the very same lovely person Ritter Center provides security against. I urge Mayor Phillips to swiftly move Ritter Center .and keep our mothers, children, sisters -

CITIZENS - safe_

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Location

Date

Andrew Smith

San Rafael, CA

2016-03-30

Comment Homelessness is a growing issue that shouldn 't be ignored , or addressed wilh anything other than long-term, well-considered policy.

Donald Stenson

San Rafael, Ca, CA

2016-03-30

Homelessness is a major problem in San Rafael. This includes Saint Vincent de Paul and the problems along B Street.

Abby Pledger

San Rafael, CA

2016-03-30

I care about our downtown. I want to support local small businesses and I want to bring my kids there. There are other ways we can support ou r homeless population and in other places. They don't belong in our wonderful downtown. There is so much opportunity to do things differently with both compassion and civic smarts.

Bonnie Marmesh

Mill Valley, CA

2016-03-30

Michael Lane

San Rafael, CA

2016-03-30

I agree with all points made. San Rafael Crime Statistics (comparing 2009 to 2015) ... there is a correlation with the huge increases in crime and the huge Increases in the # of homeless in San Rafael: Thells and Property Crimes 314(2009),557(2015) Assaulls and Robberies 134(2009) ,1 99(2015) Menial Heallh 398(2009), 790(2015) Drugs and Alcohol 356(2009), 548(2015) Disorderly Conduct 11 56(2009), 2390(2015) TolaI2358(2009),4484(2015) Th is effects our neighborhood property values, our downtown business viability and safety of citizens.

Jeff Mulanax

San Rafael , CA

2016-03-30

-Jeff Mulanax

Anne Pearson

San Rafael , CA

2016-03-30

I want to see all Riller House out of San Rafael, not downtown, not in the canal, not at Marin Center. San Rafael does not have a Department of Social Services. That is a county function and if the county supervisors wish to take Ailler House on County land so be it if they deem it necessary. Taxpayers of San Rafael should not be expected to carry the burden for the entire county.

Kevin Seeley

San rafael, CA

2016-03-30

Jeanne Chatham

San Rafael, CA

2016-03-30

This is needed! I am signing because I am a San Rafael resident and experienced the negative impact Ritter Center has had on our downtown area and neighborhoods. It has become a serious problem.

Steve Locke

San Rafael, CA

2016-03-30

Something needs to change. Downtown San Rafael and the immediate neighborhoods are being affected. There has to be an alternative location that will provide services but take pressure off of residents that just want to walk to the park with their kids without seeing homeless wailing for their SI Vincent's meal or drug dealers peddling their wares.

Steve Reed

San Rafael, CA

2016-03-30

Robert Berry

San Rafael, CA

2016-03-30

I've cleaned up a homeless camp near Colman Elementary Shool. Ritter Street attracts homeless to Downtown San Rafael- they should be required to relocate before our downtown becomes undesirable

Alex MacSwaln

San Rafael, CA

2016-03-30

Robert Kelly

San Rafael, CA

2016-03-30

I try to avoid downtown due to these issues. I love San Rafael, however I am in complete dismay about the vagrants in downtown. I don't even want to be down there with my young daughters. All sitting area's have beggers smoking cigarette's, with dogs, drug issues elc. lis time to clean it up so I don't need to go to Mill Valley to take a walk with my family and spend my dollars.

Sarah Wheeler

San Rafael, CA

2016-03-30

San Rafael should not be the only cily in Marin County that offers services to the homeless.

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Location

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Stephanie Summer

San Rafael, CA

2016·03-30

Comment A mentally-disturbed homeless man followed my 11-year·old daughter while she was downtown and kept trying to find out "what kind of music she was listening to." Needless to say, she was scared.

pamela samaniego

San Rafael, CA

2016·03-30

I am concerned about the safely of public places (Albert Park) for my children.

a Perry

San Rafael, CA

2016-03-30

Save San Rafael!

John Schaefer

Larkspur, CA

2016·03-30

I office downtown at 781 Lincoln for 15 yrs and have seen the problem get worse year after year.

Buz Johanson

San Rafael, CA

2016-03-30

As many have said --- this has to change to save our city

Claire Shoen

San Rafael, CA

2016·03-30

Pleasel Let's tackle this growing issue before it escalates further.

Andrea Young

Folsom, CA

2016·03-30

San Rafael needs to maintain the allure it has always had. The increase presence of the homeless makes illess welcoming and sometimes intimidating

Sara Wolfe

San Francisco, CA

2016·03·30

My family and I have been directly impacted negatively due to the rise in criminal activity from the homeless. Our house was broken into and all my jewelry stolen from a man who was laler identified as homeless. Our can has also been broken into twice,

Rali Reed

San Rafael, CA

2016-03-30

I want our town back. This is not what I signed up buying our home 10 years ago. I am sure there a another place the people in need can find help within the county.

Kim Adams

San Rafael, CA

2016·03-30

I want to feel safe in my neighborhood and I want to know my daughter is not going to be in danger when she goes to school. I thought we would have Ihal by moving 10 Marin, but I don'l feellha! way now. I understand this is a deep and complex problem, but we should be sharing the load with other communities.

Travis Troen

San Rafael, CA

2016-03-30

Finding used hypodermic needles on the open streets of San Rafael and in piles of garbage left by the homeless is a common occurance. This is unacceptable. I believe that the vast majority of this extremely dangerous waste is directly caused by the homeless population here in San Rafael. Time for some changes.

WayYu

San Rafael, CA

2016·03-31

I'm signing because ive lived in San Rafael for 11 years now and am raising a family here, but the downtown area has definitely gotten seedier in the past 2-3 years, to the point that I don'llike to go there at night. Jt's a shame, because it hurls the great small businesses in the area but I won't compromise my safety or my children's safety to be down there at night.

Linda Markwick

San Rafael, CA

2016·03·31

The homeless situation has gotten out-aI-hand. II is often scary to even walk in downtown San Rafael.

Walter Walk

San Rafael, CA

2016-03-31

My 11 year old son has witnessed a drug deal on Lincoln near Ritter and this morning he was scared by a group of 4 homeless that were aggressively asking for money for food on Ihe snake palh to Davidson. I'm tired 01 my kid witnessing the crime that comes with the current homeless population and I want him to feel safe in his home town.

Annie Filby

San Rafael, CA

2016-03-31

The business people and residenls of San Rafael are saying 'enough is enough' and are afraid of going downtown or into our parks. Riller is overwhelmed and needs a bigger space 10 operale in , well away from any business or residence. What we have now is nol working and has turned San Rafael into a mini-Tenderloin.

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Location

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Jim Lynch

San Rafael, CA

2016-03-31

Comment For the safety of children walking to Davidson Middle School and for the economic vitality of our city, I am signing this petition. Riller Center needs to move - the number of unsheltered homeless that are drawn to and linger around Riller Center continues to grow and based on local , stale and national indicators, the numbers will continue 10 grow unless we change the dynamic in our town and in the county. Signing this does not mean any of us are un·caring or cruel. On the contrary, we care deeply about our community. I hope that following the move, Rilter continues to help those in need from a location that it does not negatively impact at the same time.

William Gietz

San Rafael, CA

2016-03-31

Laura Collins

San Rafael, CA

2016-03-31

The time is long overdue to address the "homeless" in San Rafael. I'm signing it because I avoid certain areas and businesses and because I want my grandchildren to be able to go to Davidson without fear.

Jennifer Hinman

San Rafael , CA

2016-03-31

I'm uncomfortable being downtown in my own home town. I often feel unsafe, and almost always feel ill at east. My young daughter has been frightened on more than one occasion by aggressive activities of people on the street, and those with addictions andlor mental illness who have entered stores and restaurants where we've been. The managers of these establishments, often very young themselves, are put in the awkward position of having to ask the troubled people to leave. We rarely shop or eat downtown anymore, which I regret because we do believe in shopping local and want to be part of making downtown San Rafael the vibrant community it used to be. I'm keen to learn more about aUernatives that can support those in need while protecting those of us who want to enjoy our town.

Bonnie McBride

San Rafael, CA

2016-03-31

We stopped going downtown because it was scaring my 8 year old.

Evan Reich

San Rafael, CA

2016-03-31

I love san rafael

Pamela Parkes

San Rafael, CA

2016-03-31

I am signing this because San Rafael is assuming a disproportionate burden for serving the homeless population of Marin . A county-wide strategy is needed, with multiple service locations, so so thai San Rafael does not continue to be a magnet for those within the homeless population who commit crimes, soil our sidewalks, and harass residents who are simply trying to enjoy their community.

Bridget Radachy

San Rafael, CA

2016-03-31

I care about the environment my children grow up in . I value diversity but nol danger.

Lori Sommer

San Rafael, CA

2016-03-31

Even though we are the tax payers it doesn 't feel good to go downtown for dinner or just to do a walk and be in our town anymore. U's gone over the top with so many uncared for, poor souls. It needs to be cleaned up so we can all enjoy our town. Too many businesses and restaurants are leaving. It's time for other communities to share the burden.

Chris Untermann

San Rafael, CA

2016-03-31

So tired of this problem. It's ruining a great town

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Location

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Melanie Matheson

San Rafael , CA

2016-03-31

Comment I'm the manager of an apartment building on Lincoln Ave (a few blocks north of the downtown). We have had to put a locking door on our laundry room to keep homeless people out, one evening I had to run a guy off the property after he decided to walk up our driveway and urinate ...most recenlly a guy walked onto our property and up to our open back yard area. We have children who play in the back yard, freely.. or should be the case, yet now we have to watch more closely for fear that someone might wander onto the property. We are also in the midst of installing gates up which takes away from the openness we have always enjoyed ... all for safety because of transient people making their space where ever they decide. To add to this, I work in Fairfax, driving though the north end of San Rafael, through San Anselmo, and on to Fairfax ... it feels in many ways like San Rafael use to .... kids being free to move aboul. My child is of an age that she should be able to be allowed more freedom, yet I don't feel comfortable allowing her to venture oui...even walking over the freeway over pass to her school we encounter people sleeping on the path. A change is desperately needed . I'm not without heart for people who struggle, yet services need to be removed from our downtown . It's just to congested as it is.

Melanie Matheson

San Rafael, CA

2016-03-31

I'm the manager of an apartment building on Lincoln Ave (a few blocks north of the downtown). We have had to put a locking door on our laundry room to keep homeless people out, one evening 1had to run a guy off the property aiter he decided to walk up our driveway and urinate ... most recently a guy walked onto our property and up to our open back yard area. We have children who play in the back yard , freely.. or should be the case, yet now we have to watch more closely for fear that someone might wander onto the property. We are also in the midst of installing gates up which takes away from the openness we have always enjoyed ... all for safety because of transient people making their space where ever they decide. To add to this, I work in Fairfax, driving though the north end of San Rafael, through San Anselmo, and on to Fairfax ... it feels in many ways like San Rafael use to .... kids being free to move about. My child is of an age that she should be able to be allowed more freedom, yet I don 't feel comfortable allowing her to venture out ... even walking over the freeway over pass to her school we encounter people sleeping on the path. A change is desperately needed. I'm not without heart for people who 'struggle, yet services need to be removed from our downtown. It's just to congested as it is.

Christine Miller

Novato, CA

2016-03-31

Because I am sick of the mess they leave in front of business and the harassment to our employees. They pee in public steal and break into business. They have more rights then us the business owners and tax payers.

Kathleen Liparin!

San Rafael, CA

2016-03-31

Please remove these facilities to another place out of the downtown area. The county of Marin needs to take this agenda and expense nol just San Rafael.

Zachary Krefting

San Rafael, CA

2016-03-31

I no longer feel that Ritter can determine the difference between families in need, chronic inebriates, and the dangerously mentally itl.

Jeanie Lucq

San Rafael, CA

2016-03-31

I agree with the content of this petition

Leigha Jahansooz

San Rafael, CA

2016-03-31

This issue desperately needs to be addressed. I don't feel comfortable walking around by myself.

Paul Lucq

San Rafael , CA

2016-03-31

I'm signing because, it has become increasingly unsafe in downtown San Rafael due to the increased homeless on our streets. There is a larger criminal element to this influx.

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Laura Auslin

San Rafael, CA

2016-03-31

Comment This is a complex issue that San Rafael has unfairly shouldered for 100 long. The proximity of this facility and the troubled, unpredictable nature of some of its clients Is 100 close 10 Davidson Middle School and downtown. While I support its services to the working poor and those truly homeless looking to improve Iheir lives and get off the street, it has become a magnet for another element thai is unhealthy and unsafe for our community.

Susan Ghest-Kehoe

San Rafael, CA

2016-03-31

The City of San Rafael carries the burden of caring for the homeless for the entire County. San Rafael is not full of uncaring, uncompassionate citizens; however the Ritter House location being In the downtown business district is not working . They are overwhelmed by the homeless epidemic that is also happening In many cities around California and the country. The amount of homeless drug addicted or drug induced people roaming downtown and adjacent to our schoots and in the parks is something that deters people from coming to San Rafael and residents from going downtown to shop, dine, or just take a walk. It does not feel safe or clean. The homeless do need to have services; however downtown is notlhe place for rehabilitation. Ritter needs to move.

Toni Ignoffo

San Rafael, CA

2016-03-31

Dan Connor

San Rafael , CA

2016-03-31

I'm signing because I want to see our downtown thrive again I I actually moved out of downtown after many years of watching my community deteriorate before my eyes while atl of the local authorities simply scratched their heads or shrugged in Ihe interest 01 being "PC" or protecting their own interests. It Is time for a change, and anyone with a lick of sense can see that.

Cynthia Collison

San Rafael, CA

20 16-03-31

I'm concerned about the direction San Rafael has been going over the past several years. I'm concerned for the business owners and the property owners and our safety. At the same time, I'm concerned about individuals that are challenged while at the same time, I don't understand why San Rafae t has to take the brunt of all the services extended to the homeless and the mentally challenged. I feel they should be distributed more evenly throughout Marin County.

jan johanson

San Rafael, CA

2016-03-31

I leel It's time to focus and take action on the situation which has become intolerable and which is negatively affecting more people than it is helping .

MattParlit

San Rafael, CA

2016-03-31

If you want more of something, subsidize it. That is what San Rafael has done to itself. Against the will of its citizens, community power-brokers and lhose in government have spent time and effort to make my home town a soft, comfortable place for bums. They are importing and paying a class of antisocial, Insane, and criminal ... because we didn 't have them before. Stop spending my money to ruin my town. Where will the bums go? Not our worry. They came from somewhere. They'll go to the next town that hires them to ruin their parks and crap in doorways. As custodians of a nice little town, the Council's job is to take care of the town -- not to ture maniacs here from Portland, Santa Cruz, etc. just so they can take a bow about how "compassionate" they are. Do your jobl

Allison Skinner

San Rafael, CA

2016-03-31

I am a long time resident of SR and have seen this issue negative Impact our city. While there are many things that have improved the homeless situation has gotten worse. As a mother of 2 boys in the public school system, Davidson at the moment, this issue has personally effected them ... alternalive bike routes to school and restricted, unsafe 'off limits' areas are just two. We need to look at alternatives ....

Mario Gonzalez

San Rafael, CA

2016-03-31

I agree thai it should no t be in the down town area. I drive by there and see a lot of transient people defacing Ihe area with trash, loitering and disrupting normal traffic.

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Courtney Wilkins

San Rafael , CA

2016-03-31

Scared to take my kids for a walk

Gary Bender

San Rafael, CA

2016-03-31

My children have difficulty walking home without feeling scared and being yelled at. Our city is deteriorating and I am considering moving away due to the homeless epidemic here.

Deena Bellman

San Rafael, CA

2016-03-31

I am a San Rafael resident who travels to Novato or San Anselmo to shop because the streets of San Rafael are seemingly filled with homeless asking for hand-outs. Jt makes walking down the streets uncomfortable, so I go elsewhere.

Mary Krefling

San Rafael , CA

2016-03-31

I live in the GersUe Park neighborhood of San Rafael. I am althe point where I don 't feel comfortable going to Gerslle Park with my kids due to high homeless activity, and my bicycles have been stolen from my house. I also no longer feel comfortable shopping downtown in my own city. Please remedy this situation, this situation is no longer acceptable.

Alex Burnham

San Rafael, CA

2016-03-31

Ann Rhoads

San Rafael, CA

2016-03-31

I agree with Ann Pearson , the county should help with this effort! I want San Rafael to be a safer place for our residents and for others to enjoy our unique community.

Nicholas Spahr

San Rafael, CA

2016-03-31

I'm tired of this problem. In the last month, on walks with my children (4 and 2) they were approached by someone screaming directly at them and another time when a man tried to reach out and pet one of them. So sick of it.

James Russell

Miami,AZ

2016-03-31

I have immediate family therel This is an endangerment problem more so than a homeless problem!

John Devine

San Rafael , CA

2016-03-31 1 It isn't safe for women children anymore, why does the Riter house have its

own security? To protect themselves from there clients. Who protects us, it's a burden on PD. Andre Urbanski

San Rafael , CA

2016-03-31

For the children of San Rafael

Christopher Carey

San Rafael , CA

2016-03-31

I love San Rafael!! Lets make it better and safer for our kids sake.

Richard Thalheimer

Ross, CA

2016-03-31

The current situation is degrading the community, especially downtown. Let's try an alternative approach .

Arthur Feldler

Larkspur, CA

2016-03-31

As a resident and business owner in San Rafael, the street people of San Rafael and the corresponding crime, litter cost, etc. are the primary problem facing our community. Many of the people in favor of Ritter don't even live in San Rafael and don't suffer the constant abuse. Furthermore, they would never allow Ritter in their neighborhood, but would not hesitate to call me a NIMBY for my feelings. Look at the damage that street people have done to the economies and communities around Ihe upper Haight in SF and University Ave in Berkeley. San Rafael is forced to bare an unfair burden because the US has no national mental health/addiction policy and other cities and communities have chosen to send their street people here. They cost the city in police, medical , and municipal resources that we can't afford to spend. They pose a severe fire risk . They leave liller everywhere , a gaping wound thai the Downtown Street Team is only a band aid for. Public Urination and defecation are bad for business. Drug dealers supply the addicts and will defend there turf with violence. Please excuse the fre6 association here, but the list is 100 long. Ritter is a bad neighbor with a hidden agenda. Dianne Linn, former head of Ritter, once said to me personally, that she "won 't stop until anyone who wants to come to Marln will be given a home". That's scary...

J.D. Swartz

San Rafael, CA

2016-03-31

I see way too much homelessness around our children's preschool and the downtown area. It is appalling.

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Rita Becker

San Rafael , CA

2016-03-31

I'd like to feel safe again in the city in which I've lived for the past 25 years.

Peter Standish

San Rafael , CA

2016-03-31

I support homeless services, however the Ritter Center has overstepped and needs to relocate.

Mark Plaskon

San Rafael, CA

2016-03-31

This is a huge problem, especially when raising kids here. Those that think this is insensitive, please take a minute to come visit the downtown area and our "parks" to see for yourselves.

Bill Werstler

San Rafael , CA

2016-03-31

As a twenty year resident of San Rafael I have seen, in an alarmingly short period of time, a huge influx of transient individuals who pose both safety and social threats to our community. Police presence is on the rise as a direct result of the ever increasing number of homeless. The feeling of a small town community is being threatened everyday.

Madeline Barnett

San Rafael, CA

2016-03-31

I live right in the thick of it, and would love to be able to feel safe walking down street. Being able to enjoy Albert Park would be a bonus.

Margery Noss

San Rafael, CA

2016-03-31

I care about my city and I'm tired of stepping over homeless, watching them pee and dedicate all over our streets. I'm afraid to go downtown therefore I don't.

Dan Hanlon

Novato, CA

2016-03-31

The City Council needs the support of the community in making the decision of how to control the issues related to the homeless in the downtown area.

Chris Johnson

San Rafael, CA

2016-03-31

The situation is clearly out of hand and is ruining the reputation of the city not to mention presenting a well documented safety risk. It makes no sense that homeless people are dictating the policy of the city and it's lax paying residents.

Laurene Schlosser

San Rafael, CA

2016-03-31

I'm tired of seeing my town trashed & our kids being afraid to walk to school or downtown. Servicing the poor & elderly is one thing. ... I'm all for something in place for these fotks. But, as I see it - Riller House is just a band aid to folks with drug/alcohol addictions and mental illness - they are just not equipped to service an issue of this scale. II's totally out of hand and will nol improve any time soon. The company I work for used to be located on Fifth Ave & B Street I can't count how many times there were messes left by the homeless that were so disgusting it would make you feel sick; how many times I had to call the police to remove people Ihat were sleeping in our doorway, on our picnic table, who would urinate, in the middle of the day, in our front doorway vestibule. Enough already. Let's focus on the poor families and the elderly in our community. I'm sorry the 'others' have their mental and drug issues -- I really really am. Other cities in Marin should provide assistance for these people though -- not just San Rafael.

Amy Anderson

San Rafael, CA

2016-03-31

I have been a business owner in Downtown San Rafael for nearly 19 and have watched the homeless problem become worse each year. Many of my customers are literally scared to come to San Rafael because of the homeless and transients that walk the streets.

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eugenia franco

san rafael, CA

2016-03-31

Comment I was born and raised in San Rafael. I care about raising my 3 kids in a clean , drug free and safe community so I chose to pay more taxes and purchased my home on the San Rafael hill in the year 2002.Sadly Boyd park which was my park of choice growing up became over taken by homeless people where I didn't want to bring my kids too because i was discovering dirty hyper dermic drug needles scattered around the park. With our efforts this parkgotcleaned up and it's become a safer place but not for our downtown area where farmers market likes to attract Marin families. I have noticed human feces in the down town streets even in front of boutiques .. and more homeless people begging families walking by for money. Many of these homeless people are not even from Marin, non the less San Rafael!!They travel from outside Marin and even out of state purposely landing in San Rafael as they are hearing out in the street from other homeless people that San Rafael is the place to be. This is not fair to San Rafael natives that pay a lot of money to live in a place thaI we once felt more safe and sanitation was not an issue as it is now and getting worse. I'm a healthcare provider at the San Francisco veterans hospital for 15 years and I believe in helping the under deserved however this dramatic influx of homeless people invading our San Rafael community is now compromising our once clean and safer family community.

Valerie mandin-kelly

San Rafael, CA

2016-03-31

i am signing this petition because the homeless situation in Rafael is overwhelming! We need to find a better place for them outside of San Ralaet where there are shops, restaurants ... Help people who are trying to make a living for their families. So many big buildings are empty outside of San Rafael going to novato, why not using one and creating a center that would help them, food and shelter... ?!

Malinda Wheeler

San rafael, CA

I 2016-03-31

Because my family and 1no longer feel safe in our own hometown. We work hard to afford to live here and deserve to feel safe where we reside and support the community.

Kara King

San Rafael, CA

2016·03·31

Chris Siewart

San Rafael, CA

2016-03-31

Safety I want my children to be safe and feel comfortable walking or biking to school and in their neighborhood. An alternate location for both the Rilter Center and the food kitchen is necessary to clean up our downtown

Tony Markwick

San Rafael, CA

2016-03-31

irrefutably homelessness is a regional issue. As such all services, including the SI Anthony dining hall, should be re-Iocated to the Marin Civic Center. Seems to be plenty of space there.

Jana Mannina

San Rafael, CA

2016-03-31

I want to feel safe to go downtown alone and with our children. I don't want my children exposed to the vulgarity and explicit commentary thai comes our way. I want to support our local community, business owners, and families, but given the current circumstances, we literally go downtown twice per year. There must be alternative options for the homeless, and a long term plan in place to keep everyone safe.

Jason Tuttle

San Rafael, CA

2016-03-31

We need to clean up San Rafael.

Hanna Damiani

San Rafael, CA

2016-03-31

I often don't feel safe in downtown San Rafael particularly after dark.

clare mullin

san rafael, CA

2016-03-31

I live near downtown and I and my children are afraid to walk in our own neighborhood I Cars are broken into on my street and in our own drivewayl A homeless many tried to open the back door of my car (with my daughter in it) while I was al a stop sign near the SR library. I can't even go to the SR Safeway anymore. I am sad and angry about ill

gary hassin

san francisco, CA

2016-03-31

Former San Rafael worker/resident.

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Gloria DeMaria

San Rafael, CA

2016-03-31

Comment I am sick and tired of our neighborhood being turned inlo a refuge for drug and alcohol abusers. We are unable to use are parks, and fear for our safety on many streets

Melissa Hartley

San Rafael, CA

2016-03-31

I don't feel safe bringing my kids to the parks I loved to go to three years ago. We have found drugs and condoms to name a few things not to mention the people camped out. I am yelled out while walking with my kids in certain areas near our home and our cars and neighbors' homes have been vandalized. I never even used to lock our front door up until a couple years ago. Now we have an alarm system. I used to love San Rafael. Now, we look forward to finding a safer community for our kids

jennie dilo

Greenbrae, CA

2016-03-31

I'm signing because crime and intoxicated individuals walking around San Rafael at all hours has increased dramatically. I don't feel safe anymore. My car has been broken into twice in the last year. Please do something to relocate or minimize Ihe number of people that are accepted into the Ritter House. Thanks.

mike brinck

San Rafael , CA

2016-03-31

Ken Goudey

San Rafael, CA

2016-03-31

I agree with the petition ... We must find a way to provide support and services for our neighbors who come uppn hard times, but we cannot continue to be a destination town for an endless parade of itinerant transients seeking a soft community and hand-outs. Ritter is only part of the problem, but we now (unfortunately) need to provide significant back pressure to right this serious imbalance. Restricting services at Ritter House (and SI. Vincent's) would be a small step. Moving them outside the downtown area, particularly to a more "ru ral" destination, would allow these services to continue to provide assistance without the major negative impacts they are currently having on San Rafael. Have we already forgotten the debacle at Boyd Park? Albert park is now just as bad, and the hills behind GersUe Park house a number of vagrants who defile the open space with apathy. We all want to help people in need, but nobody wants their community, businesses, and schools to slump under the weight of that compassion. San Rafael is dangerously out-aI-balance and something considerable needs to be done now,

Patty Faulkner

San Rafael, CA

2016-03-31

Concerned lor citizens safety.. theft, burglary, drug use and threats 10 local citizens isn't acceptablr

Mira Troyan

San Rafael, CA

2016-03-31

I completely agree that the County of Marin should playa more active physical and monetary role.

Marcus Jessup

San Rafael, CA

2016-03-31

I feel that SR is taking the bulk of the responsibility for Marin County's homeless.

Pat Taylor

San Rafael, CA

2016-03-31

San Rafael should not be expected to carry the burden for the entire county. It 's unfair to us and it's unfair to the homeless in the sense that they are forced together in large numbers. Some homeless people are looking for a job and some are mentally ill and some are dangerous. Let's find more permanent ways to help them that doesn't cost San Rafael it's last vestiges of dignity. Marin County, and Marin County Cities, it's time to pony up your shares of assistance!

Pal Taylor

San Rafael, CA

2016-03-31

It's time that alilhe cities in Marin equally help out. San Rafael is becoming a dump!

Robyn Klapperich

San Rafael, CA

2016-03-31

As a life-long Marin County resident I don't like feeling that I can't walk around San Rafael withoul seeing begging and abusive talk from homeless people.

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Catherine Healy

San Rafael , CA

2016-04-01

Comment I love San Rafael but don't like what's happening with the transient people wondering around downtown ...

Anita Welter

San Rafael, CA

2016-04-01

Julie Beach

san rafael, CA

2016-04-01

To save downtown San Rafael and our neighborhood. Born and raised in San Rafael and still reside here. I don't go downtown due to the mess there. Don.t call me heartless because I worked with the homeless for 2 years being part of the solution. I do blame San Rafael elected and staff who have let San Rafael sink so low. Clean it up I Now! The cops can't do it as they have to deal with the higher priority stuff.

Tamara Markwick

San Rafael, CA

2016-04-01

I am signing because my family who used to love to take, especially evening walks, shop and eat downtown rarely do now due 10 feeling uncomfortable due

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to the homeless population, especially with many having dogs, sometimes even off lease, that may nol be registered, vaccinated, elc. I fully support providing aid to the homeless but this should not be just San Rafael's issue, and the help services should not be downtown and near schools. I do NOT believe all homeless are drug users and criminals. But there have been increased crime and drug issues since the large influx which is of concern. David Gordon

An Rafael, CA

2016-04-01

We no longer eat at restaurants or visit downtown San Rafael stores due to the number of homeless hanging out, sleeping along roads or pan handling.

Cathy Lofrano

San Rafael, CA

2016-04-01

So fed up with the lack of progress in dealing with the homeless.

Samantha Sargent

San Rafael, CA

2016-04-01

I want my town back.

Grace Doctolero

San Rafael, CA

2016-04-01

I care about our community.

liza wienolz

San Rafael, CA

2016-04-01

San Rafael used to be a safe beautifulliUle city. It is now riddled with homeless that harass people Making it Unsafe. They also do drugs ,drug deals spit and pee in public.Totally gross I've lived here all my life and I do not spend any time on 4th Street downtown or shop there Anymore Because it's dirlyAnd filled with dirty people.

Indira Guerrieri

San Rafael, CA

2016-04-01

I do agree that San Rafael seems to have become the only magnet city in marin for people facing homelessness. Can find a way to do this better, without forcing the residents of San Rafael to barricade themselves into their houses and their cars?

Alexis Palefsky

San Francisco, CA

2016-04-01

Because I just bought a home in San Rafael and avoid downtown like the plague. I'd rather drive into San Anselmo or other communities for a simple trip like Walgreens than go to 41h street. I paid too much money to live somewhere where I avoid the downtown because of the homeless issue.

Rene Sommer

San Rafael, CA

2016-04-01

Greg Case

San Rafael, CA

2016-04-01

All the crime statistics doubled in seven years. Something needs to change. I don't want homeless here , period. I'm tired of years of homeless people in San Rafael. I don'! want it one more day.

Simon Cheung

San Rafael , CA

2016-04-01

I love San Rafael. This town in my home. I want to do my part to save it from deteriorating any further.

Julia Edwinson

San Rafael , CA

2016-04-01

I'm tired of being harassed by the degenerate druggies and drunks in downtown San Rafael

Francis Michael Cunha

San Rafael, CA

2016-04-01

I want 10 see Ritter Center closed immediately or moved away from downtown at least 2 miles.

Bret Goldman

San Rafael, CA

2016-04·01

Its getting worse every day. Kids are coming to SR from all over the US, because its well known that we provide amazing services.

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kim charlesworth

San Rafael, CA

2016·04·01

Comment We are loosing San Rafael , my child recenlly picked up used hypodermic needles in sun valley park, I won 't be letting my other child walk to DMS next year as there is no safe route without having to walk through a group of street people, something needs to be done.

Siobhsn Ofonogur

San Rafael, CA

2016·04·01

I want downtown San Rafael to be a safe welcoming environment for the community of its residents. The burden of social services for the homeless should not fall on this one city alone.

Rupi BuUar

San Rafael , CA

2016-04-01

I am signing because I love San Rafael and want it to stay a desirable place to raise children and send them to our local schools. I want our children to feel safe when they walk home from school. San Rafael is growing as a business community but the business communily and their families do not need to suffer because of bad behavior of others.

Carol Oakes

San Rafael, CA

2016-04-01

Our City is deteriorating

larry lesser

boynton beach, FL

2016-04-01

San rafael is a part of Marin and needs to be safe and upgraed

Sheryl Knutson

San Rafael, CA

2016-04-01

We must deal with the homeless problem in San Rafael.

Robert Bowler

San Rafael, CA

2016-04-01

As a local downtown business owner since 1996, I've seen San Rafael go from bad to unbearable. The residents of my city deserve their City back!1

Shana Chrisman

San Rafael, CA

2016-04-01

I'm signing because the crime and violence due to homeless situation is out of control. I no longer frequent businesses in the areas where they inhabit. Furthermore, I called my City Council person, Katie Rice, on March 24, 2016, and was assured a call back. it never happened. It appears that I don't have representation on this issue from our own City Council person . Something needs to get done.

Lisa Tatum

San Rafael, CA

2016-04-01

I love San Rafae1l

John Reid

San Rafael, CA

2016-04-01

Our city council's inaction on this is harming the downtown business owners.

Mary O'Brien

San Rafael, CA

2016-04-01

I was born and raised in San Rafael and have seen the downward spiral of our beautiful Mission City gather speed and momentum in the past few years. I don't have anything against the homeless in general. I do have a problem with giving professional transient, drug user/dealers/thieves an address to collect County services that could go to more deserving residents down on their luck. There is an element of violence and drug use with a portion of the homeless that taints the others with a bad name. We should help people but just not ONLY in San Rafael, each City in our County should have their own "RiUer House" and "SI. Vincents".

It is not fair or right to force one City in our County to take care of all the Citys homeless and deal with the consequences of this. Please save our Beautiful, wonderful San Rafael. I remember being able to go downtown and the candy stores, the book shops, the diners and the familiar faces. Now you have to dodge drunks passed out on the sidewalk, vomit, feces, public urination and the VUlgar profanities that are yelled out in front of young children. Thank you, 50 year resident Mary O'Brien San Rafael , Ca Tammy Nygard

Mill Valley. CA

2016-04-01

Ritter does a lot of great things for the needy but the location is obviously destroying our downtown and safety in our city. It needs 10 be relocated to a reasonable space. A space that can allow them to possibly expand. And other Marin cities need some skin in the game as I know they are happy having San Rafael as the host for the majority of this population . Our family does not feel safe, we do not wanlto go near downtown and have lost pride in our city.

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sharlene moss

san rafael, CA

2016-04-01

Comment I avoid going to downtown San Rafael as much as possible. San Rafael has become a destination city for homeless. We need to have zero tolerance in all of Marin Counly for bad behavior (drugs and alcohol) which will help reduce the number of migrating homeless to our County. County needs 10 support Laura's Law for mentally it!! I support having proof of Marin citizenship before services are rendered. I will avoid any location that has a homeless center involving Ritter and St. Vincent's. No matter where it is located there will be problems. II's inevitable.

Crisly McDowell

San Rafael, CA

2016-04-01

This is part of Ihe town heritage and creates the charm the cily needs to continue to aUract great businesses and restaurants!

James Stuart

San Rafael, CA

2016·04-01

I would like to see the Ritter Center gone from San Rafael. It's a magnet for the homeless who are multiplying dailyl I sick of dealing with the homeless harassing my children who walk to school, trash build up in the city, increased theft problems, and the loss of business to our downtown shops with an increase of $$$ going to our police department to deal with all the ongoing homeless issues I

Louise Wilson

Novato, CA

2016-04-01

San Rafael is no longer a safe place to visit or go to a restaurant.

Charles Roell

San Francisco, CA

2016-04-01

I live here.

LINDY BOOTH

SAN RAFAEL, CA

2016·04·01

As a resident of San Rafael, we have stopped going down town because we feel unsafe. It smells, the parks for kids are disgusting and unsafe. Also we have transients living out of their cars on our street and living in a home being renovated on our street. The situation is unsafe and out of hand.

Shane Kehoe

San Rafael, CA

2016-04·01

When reading the comments, the number of people who no longer feel safe in downtown San Rafael is quite shocking. The number 1 function of the City and County should be the safety of its citizens. Time to make a decision: San Rafael is either pro homeless or pro resident I business, It cannot be both , Ritter (and St Vincents) need to go

Grazia Bennett

San Francisco, CA

2016·04·01

Doug Gawoski

San Rafael, CA

2016-04-01

Because my in-laws used to live there and it was a great small town I'm signing because The agencies that serve homeless are incenlivised to expand services and have become a magnet to homeless from outside the county to the detriment of the community. Ritter house had been disingenuous in reporting homeless as residents and have a history of exceeding their use permit.

warren weisenburg

San Rafael, CA

2016·04·02

San Rafael has turned into a scummy city, I've been here since 1960. The current downtown condition is the worst ever. If SR stops feeding these lazy, drugged up vermin, they will MOVE elsewhere,

SIMPLE. Joe reyes

San Rafael, CA

2016-04-02

I'm signing because we need to have less homeless in San Rafael and have other cities help in the cause,

Lyndsay Rou Diana Simons

Santa Rosa, CA

2016-04-02

I use to be homeless in San Rafael

auckland 1025, New

2016·04-02

My family live there & can understand their need lor change,

Zealand Rebecca Reid

San Rafael, CA

2016-04·02

I want downtown to be sale so businesses can prosper.

Susan Sidell

San Rafael, CA

2016-04-02

I would like to see San Rafael as a localion where I enjoy walking on an evening with more interesting stores, and fewer homeless. Let's find a place for them outside of the town center.

Rachel Glas

Mill Valley, CA

2016-04-02

I am signing because I LOVE this theatre I I have been going most of my life and would hate 10 see it gone.

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Patricia Matthies

San Rafael, CA

2016-04-02

Comment I'm signing because I am truly concerned about the homeless poputation in San Rafael and want to see change.

Louis R.

Novato, CA

2016-04-02

Leo Gim

Berkeley, CA

2016-04-02

This city has obviously changed, and not for the better. Time for a game plan. I know what homeless do to residents. They are never kind 01 others

Cherie Herzog

San Rafael , CA

2016-04 -02

I've been subjected to harassment by these bums. We can no longer walk our dog in San. Rafael as a police officer advised that he would probably get a hypodermic needle stuck in his foot. I'm too afraid to go to Walgreens because of the bums.

Hugo Landecker

San Rafael, CA

2016-04-02

Just about 4 years ago I opposed the new Ritter medical trailer and started San Rafael Group. There are now over 500 recipients of daily emaHs on the subject of homelessness. I tell it like it is, no PC. These emails go to many business owners and residents as well as to elected Cily, County and State elected officials. The focus now is the Riller Center 6 month review of their Use Permit by the San Rafael City Council. I suggest you read the Staff Report associated with this review. It is a lengthy report that includes information that all should read. Upcoming in May will be the next San Rafael City Council meeting on the Use Permit review. AU should attend this important meeling. In the meanlime, you can join San Rafael Group. Just email me at [email protected]

Barbara Cameron Mozer

San Rafael, CA

2016-04-02

I am business owner in downtown san Rafael and the homeless situation is out of conrol

Bob Boas

San Rafael, CA

2016-04-02

San Rafael is overrun by Drunks and Homeless that never even lived in this city.

Mark Canty

San Rafael, CA

2016-04-02

There is a problem .... I will not let my kids go near downtown , and there ages are 14 years old

Akila Ramakrishnan

San Rafael, CA

2016-04-02

I am sick of crimes being committed in our neighbhorhoods and also concerned for our safety.

Daniel Nemits

San Rafael, CA

2016-04-02

I'm signing, but I fear there will be stiff resistance from all other lowns in the county to help San Rafael. The attitude in Mill Valley and Larkspur is that San Rafael is a bunch of whiners who are ·heartless·. In the end this effort may require a San Rafael-based grass-roots effort to campaign in "other' towns for new County Supervisor candidates. Otherwise every county vote will remain 4 to 1, 'against" the lone San Rafael Supervisor and "for· continuing to enable the chemically-dependent, as long as its all kept in San Rafael. This is the reality.

Daniel Nemits

San Rafael, CA

2016-04-02

For the record: Frank Egger, second district candidate has been the only one who mentioned anything about homelessness with this statement. He said, "The County needs to accept the responsibility for addressing homelessness and programs for homeless people and not make San Rafael go it alone. San Rafael neighborhoods and businesses need help." Egger also publicly supported Laura's Law at the same meeting. Interested parties should be figuring out ways to lean on the county, because only with Cily 'and" County backing will any movement be seen.

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David Lammel

San Rafael , CA

2016-04-02

My dog-walking route used to take me up to the picnic area and tennis courts in Gerslle Park. I no longer feel safe doing that. I also used to jog along downtown 4th St. I had to give that up too. This situation is horrendous for downtown businesses and neighborhoods, and can't continue. Ritler and St. Vincent are terrifically charitable to those in need , but their whole purpose may collapse because they are unable or unwilling to figure out how to be good neighbors in a city that has long supported their admirable efforts . Meanwhile, every few hours, there is another police call and more vitality sapped out of our downtown and nearby neighborhoods. This is a very tough issue for city leaders, but since Ritter - St. Vincent can't or won't act decisively and quickly, the city must do whatever is legal, and humane, to repair the mess we currently have.

Karin Granados

San Rafael , CA

2016-04-02

I don't wish to reiterate the obvious - the homeless situation in SR has gotten out of hand.

Victoria Van Houten

Santa Maria, CA

2016-04-02

Downtown San Rafael has always been a vibrant area of shops and great restaurants. Save It!

Delisa Sage

San Francisco, CA

2016-04-03

I am signing because I am a someone who walks in my neighborhood. I now don't feel safe as a woman. Another woman was mugged in Picnic Hill. What about a more rural area lor the homeless? Or Mill Valley,Tiburon and other towns in Marin sharing the burden? I feel really bad for the shop owners.We need to feel safe and have a clean city again . love my home lawn.

nicolas vitas

San Rafael, CA

2016-04-03

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Laura Suski

San Anselmo, CA

2016-04-03

SR is not appropriately equipped to serve such a large homeless population

Jason Chan

San Rafael, CA

2016-04-03

We want our city back, enough is enough I

Jamey Chan

San Rafael , CA

2016-04-03

I am signing because I want to raise my 2 children in a town free of emense amount of homeless and loitering. My husband was born and raised here and he is proud and would like to raise his children in the town he once loved.

Scott Drotman

San Anselmo, CA

2016-04-03

ross parmenter

San Rafael, CA

2016-04-03

Downtown San Rafael belongs to everyone!!! The vagrant population in San Rafael has gotten out of control. lis ruining any potential beautilicalion or business development of our downtown neighborhoods and city pride.

Ray Wilson

San Rafael, CA

2016-04·03

Things are getting worse. Crime is way up and Albert park is unbearable Ihese years.

victoria schm itt

san rafael , CA

2016-04-03

Lofrano Valerie

San Rafael. CA

2016-04-03

I am sick of feeling unsafe walking in downtown san rafael I brought my grandkids to 4th Street (near the theatre) recently and they were very comfortable therefore so was I.

Margaret Schmidt

Kentfield, CA

2016-04-03

Ken Azevedo

San Rafael , CA

2016-04-03

I want change that desperately needs to happen! I'm signing because I am sick of being horrassed, Tired of the swearing and yelling at all hours of the day.

Yolanda Wilson

San Rafael , CA

2016-04-03

Downtown San Rafael has become a place I no long wish to walk around. I'm tired of being hassled for money, seeing people urinating & defecating in public and feeling unsafe.

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Brad Gaffney

San Rafael, CA

2016-04-03

Comment I'm signing because I've seen the city ignore serious problems like this before. The government didn 't take steps to deal with it until prodded by the public. The drunkenness, vagrancy, vandalism and panhandling is affecting many neighborhoods and not just the downtown. Before they finally agreed to hire a security guard at night, the Salvaton Army at 4th and Mary was also a magnet for vagrants and crime, much like the Ritter Center. But the Ritter Center cannot hire security for all of the areas which are affected by the problems which it attracts - the parks, the streets, the businesses, our library - the list goes on and on . The problems Part of the Ritter Center's mission statement is "TO END HOMELESSNESS IN MARIN COUNTY" but there is too much evidence thai the homeless population is increasing because of, the Ritter Cenler. It has helped the city to gain a reputation as a mecca for homeless people.

San Rafael has less than a quarter of the county's population and almost half of the homeless population, according to the 2013 census. It's unfair for one city to bear the burden for a countywide problem. If the County is going to continue to pay the Riller Center $592,000 annually, it should take responsibility for this problem and give the Ritter Center space on county property, such as the Marin Commons. Larry Galelli

San Anselmo, CA

2016-04-03

I was born in Marin in 1941 and grew up on 4th street and know what it was like in the 50's- a safe place to be!

Jassmine Ahmadi

Mill Valley, CA

2016-04-03

They need to move Ritter house now ttl Gel housing and Medical treatment for Homeless .

Tony Ferrandini

San Rafael, CA

2016-04-03

because I am in total agreement with the petitions objective its unconsionable what has happen to the quality of life in San Rafael in the last 10 years because of the open door police of the city to the losers of the w orld who affect the quality of life for everyone

Cheryl Mardesich

San Rafael, CA

2016-04-03

Don't feel safe anymore

Amy Likover

San Rafael, CA

2016-04-03

I be lieve the current situation is inhumane for the homeless.

Chantal Krey

San Anselmo, CA

2016-04-03

I live in San Rafael and this City NEEDS and must take action to support the Homeless with support and temporary housing for the benefit of our community and citizens. Find a sale good place for Ritter House so homeless citizens have options and we have a safe, fun downtown.

Linda Bellatorre

San Rafael, CA

2016-04-03

I was involved in SR Downtown plan & have seen the area negatively impacted , recenlly. Most of the negative impacts can, I believe, be attributed to the services available in the area.

Johanna Baumbach

San Rafael, CA

2016-04-03

I live on C streeLhave packages stolen, watch homeless up an down colecting recycling out of our cans, screaming religious banter as they push their carts. I am extremely compassionate but these beings have serious mental issues.

Robin Indelicato

San Rafael, CA

2016-04-03

I believe there are other more adequate locations for this facility and its cause.

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Jacqueline Tackaberry

San Rafael, CA

2016·04·04 We have a bigger problem & we need a bigger solulion ! I live 3-4 blocks from

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RITTER and I have a conlinual drug dealing place over my back yard fence! I hope to not sound I compassionate because I came upon hard times as well many years ago II The down town lance knew is out of control for everybody .. And we are accomplishing nothing . We have been assaulted I My teenager at the bus stop :.(

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Time for CHANGE III Jacqueline Tackaberry

San Rafael , CA

2016·04·04 We have a bigger problem & we need a bigger solution II1ive 3-4 blocks from RITTER and I have a continual drug dealing place over my back yard fence! I hope to not sound I compassionate because I came upon hard times as well many years ago II The down town lance knew is out of control for everybody .. And we are accomplishing nothing . We have been assaulted! My teenager at the bus stop :.(

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Time for CHANGE III suzanne lindelli

san Anselmo, CA

2016·04·04 We have family owned property in Gerstle park for 100 years. The crime theft vagrants are life threatening and a disgrace Ritter house needs to be relocated immediately

Joe Likover

San Rafael, CA

2016·04·04 That's what I believe.

Kraemer Winslow

San Rafael, CA

2016·04·04 As a community we need to share in the caring - and not put the enlire burden on San Rafael.

Charles Harris

San Rafael , CA

2016·04·04 I do most olmy errands by bike. The new multi-use path along101 , which I use frequenlly, is becoming unsafe because an increasing number of homeless persons are using it as a bedroom, bathroom and trash dump. I don't dare take it in the early morning or after sunset. Walking in downtown San Rafael, especially between 4th St. and 2nd St. , is something I now avoid. I go to the movies at Norihgate and eat out at restaurants in other towns in Marin . I would prefer to go to San Rafael, but....

Mark Turley

San Rafael, CA

2016-04·04

Chris Val

San Rafael, CA

' 2016-04-04

The homeless problem needs to be addressed. I've lived in SR for 5 yrs. I don 't frequent downtown too often but I have noticed more vandalism and sketchy people around where I live. II wasn't until a month ago that my friend and I decided to take a night stroll downtown \hat I realized there were homeless and druggies "sleeping" outside of almost EVERY storel We were surprised and scared when one of them a woman in a sleeping bag started yelling at us out of the blue. I used to rent movies from walgreens and I can't go without people outside just harassing you jus like at the Shell at the Cenlral San Rafael exil. Let's not talk about the corner of the transit center where there's deals going on everyday. This had been going on slowly but surely and I had no idea about this Ritter center. That explains a lot. Alii know is that I fell in love with this little city and I don't want to move. Something needs to be done now.

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Patrick Johnson

San Rafael , CA

2016-04-04

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The people who live in the hills of this county and think that they are "helping" when they support "homelessness" cannot fathom the reduction in quality of life of the people who live near where the "help" is provided. All public places have been usurped by "homeless" and "helpless" people (most of whom have never lived in Marin before). I don't think that the original objective in creating the parks and other public spaces in San Rafael (such as Albert Park and Gerslle Park, the Community Center, the Transit Center, and many more) was to turn them into a defacto homeless shelter when people who have a lot of money and live on hills far from these spaces decide to selfishly "help".

Let's start a

petition to move all of it to the Old Mill Park in Mill Valley and see how their opinion about "helping" changes. A small town cannot cure the ills of a world with 7 billion people in il. Jeff Ivarson

San Rafael, CA

2016-04-04

There are better solutions. Put SR's downtown needs first, then figure out how to better manage homeless programs.

Nichol Perotti

San Rafael, CA

2016-04-04

This is an problem that is getting increasingly dangerous. I was driving down 3rd Street at 10:00pm and there was a homeless man dressed in all black staggering down the middle lane of the street. It was so dark I did not see him until the lasl minute and had to swerve quickly barely missing him. I was fortunate that there was not a car nexllo me and that I did not hit him. On another occasion while heading down second street a homeless man came running and screaming into the middle of the street from between 2 parked cars and I was forced to swerve into the other lane to avoid hitting him.

John Greene

San Rafael, CA

2016-04-04

Too many criminals and bums. Also, too much hypocrisy. Anybody who's not willing to take just one of these miscreants into their own home and provide them with food, clothing, & shelter, and/or give them employment in their business (in other words, practice what they preach) is a hypocrite. Hypocrites don't have moral standing to impose these reprobates on the rest of us and reproach us for not wanting to tolerate them. I live next to open space, and these are the same destructive jackasses who camp oul and set fires that threaten property, salety. and lives. Spare your compassion for those who truly merit it. Oh, and if you think things are bad now, just wait until the homeless bum express--oops, I mean the dumb train--oops, I mean the smart train gets up and running. Get these worthless, dangerous, destructive wastrels out of here, pronto. the property or life you save might be your own.

Susan Schwartz

Kentfield, CA

2016-04-04

The merchants and residents of San Rafael are adversely affected by the drug culture many of the homeless have inflicted on the City 01 San Rafael. Enough!!!

Dan Coleman

San Rafael, CA

2016-04-04 ' I live in the neighborhood and agree with the petition. I have not been downtown in two years and avoid the weekly farmers markets in the summer due to the growing homeless population.

Patty Gessner

San Rafael , CA

2016-04-04

Neither the homeless nor the citizens of San Rafael are being served by the status quo. The situation has reached a crisis state and needs to be addressed by the County of Marin with strong support from the City of San Rafael.

Jason Ferrell

San Rafael, CA

2016-04-04

The homeless population is making San Rafael ugly and keeping people from visiting this beautiful downtown. The merchants take the biggest hit which is truly unfair. Shame on the city leaders for ever letting this happen.

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Scott Ryan

San Rafael, CA

2016·04-04

The current situation is unfair to all, especially the homeless. Resources should provided in areas that are not in the center of downtown and 1500 II from 3 preschools, 2 elementary and 1 middle school.

Bruce Greenstein

San Rafael , CA

2016-04-04

It's not just about shutting down Ritter House. It 's about the homeless issues and what our city is doing to address these issues. How we treat homeless is testament to the compassion and moral compass citizens and the City of San Rafael should display.

Steven Young

San Anselmo, CA

2016-04·04

The increasing number of homeless people is creating an atmosphere in which many local residents feel uncomfortable.

Carol Nash

San Francisco, CA

2016-04·04

tired of the harrassment and the stench

Steven Underwood

San Rafael, CA

2016·04·04

I want my children to be raised in a safe and clean city

Linda Quinn

San Rafae;l, CA

2016·04-04

It is a fact that we have become known as a good place for homeless people to go. I am proud of the services Ritter House offers but , unfortunately, there has . to be a limit of some sort put in place as to how many people they will help. I shop at the Safeway on B st. It's a mess with the street people buying liquor or stealing it and gelling in fights in the store. One time it got rather violent and I quickly headed for the rear of the store

Peter Ekman

San Rafael , CA

2016·04-05

Today my family avoids going down town San Rafael due to all the homeless, lillering and the filth. I feel sorry for the shops in San Rafael. I hope something gets done, fast to address this. Pushing this issue outside down town is not a solution either. that is where we have our kids going to their schools. This needs a solid solution where this disappears from San Rafael for good. I want my town back. Save San Rafaell

deborah beckman

Bolinas, CA

2016·04-05

I care about san Rafael and want it to prosper

Ann Brewer

Novato, CA

2016·04·05

I am a business owner with a location on 4th SI. I am a San Rafael native, and I love this city, but it is floundering. Our business does very well, and we have grown accustomed to our almost daily interruptions of business. We try to pass it off as the price to pay in a cool, semi-urban environment. They police try to mediate, the homeless Iry to not be bothersome, we try to be objective, neutral and humane, but it's not working for anyone. We need to find a better solution to help all of us.

Kathryn Rose

San Rafael, CA

2016·04·05

I have a middle school son that I have trusted 10 the public school sponsored by our property taxes. He is unsafe going to and from school because of the lax attitude toward our youths' safety. It is not right.

Stephanie Jucker

San Rafael, CA

2016-04·05

Charles Cloutier

Sausalito, CA

2016·04·05

Living downtown in San Rafael has become intolerable. I grew up in San Rafael and used to do all my shopping there. I remember the days when middle schoolers could ride their bikes around or stroll fourth street without any issues. It saddens me that fourth slreet does not feel safe any more and I have to shop and stroll elsewhere when I have my child with me. I am supportive of the great services that the Rotter Center provides but the location is not fair to other businesses and local residents.

Alison Lucia

San Rafael , CA

2016-04·05

I'm afraid to go into downtown safely, (and I actually grew up very close to the ghetto of Brooklyn) still the homeless here scare me as I have children and I have to protect them. Please GET THEM OUTI

Justin Nunes

Corte Madera, CA

2016·04-05

lawn an auto repair shop on Lincoln & Irwin Street. Every morning we spend over an hour cleaning up cardboard, beer bottles, used needles, soiled clothes and human feces from the landscaping which runs alongside our building. Business owners need to stop paying business license fees until the city can effectively deal with this problem.

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Noah Reischmann

San Rafael, CA

2016-04-05

Our children deserve a clean safe downtown. San Francisco has plenty 01 options for homeless persons. Kentiie ld, Corte Madera, San Anselmo, etc are neighboring cities without homeless issues. Why does San Rafael need to bare Ihe bu rden ?

Daniel Nem its

San Rafael, CA

2016-04-06

Just so you are al l aware; there is now a Pro-Riller petition signed by everyone who works al Ritter and their families, plus everyone in every other Marin town who thinks we are *heartless* whiners or else who see a vested interesl in ·not* having Riller move to their town

Philomena Morf

San Rafael, CA

2016-04-06

I first moved to San Rafael in 1971. At that time it was a thriving pleasant place to live. We even had a Macy's. Now, I avoid the downtown area because I am ti red of seeing passed out drunks sleeping on the in front of the Bank of America and being bothered by people asking for a handout. Why does San Rafael need to be the one area where this is happening? Marin is a big place, let us all share in this problem .

I purchased a home here after living in Mill Valley for 16 years. I am now thinking of sell ing. John Cooper

San Rafael , CA

2016-04-06

San Rafael has become a shameful dump. Police completely Unresponsive.

Katherine Bernheim

San Anselmo, CA

2016-04-06

We must find a balance between serving Ihose without a home and the residents and students who live in San Rafael.

Ronald Davidian

Kentiield, CA

2016-04-06

I play tennis at Albert Park and its one of the regular places that the homeless gather and the smoke pit that drifts onto ou r courts

Nikki Fisher

San Rafael, CA

2016-04 -06

This needs to be addressed . I wish the current system and services are more positive for the people in need and the city that it is hosted in. I've had so many issues with sketchy people downtown San Rafael. One woman had actually yelled at my young son that he better treat women great or he wi ll be in big trouble, I know she uses both Ritter House and Vincent. Another was verbally abusing me on 4th Street. I get that we all need to pitch in to help others in need. But you can't just continue taking and abusing everyone from San Rafael. How do we continue caring and wanting to tru ly help if we feel we are in danger. I noticed a lot of the people commenting on the Ritter Center petition don't actually live in San Rafael. It's such a shame that everyone in Marin County isn't more concerned about the environment and safety for our ch ildren here ...

gordy MacDe rmolt

SanRafael, CA

2016·04 ·06

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Ray Galvez

San Rafael, CA

2016·04·06

I think this is an issue thai will only gel worse with inaction

Rob Thomason

Wayne, PA

2016-04·06

Ron Davidian

Yvonne Lawrence

San Rafael, CA

2016·04·06

As a resident of San Rafael, I feel lhe city has for too long carried the burden of the homeless popu lation for the rest of the cou nty. When my son attended Davidson we routinely saw in the mornings people sleeping along side the tennis courts, We avoided parks like GersUe and Boyd when my kids were young because of the encampments of homeless. The encampments in the quarry have also been a concern because of the fire dange r. Yes, I do think it is lime for the city to be proaclive in limiting the impact of the homeless on our city,

Walter Cox

San Rafael, CA

2016·04·06

I am sick of having to live around bums and low-life that our previous two Mayors (AI Bora and Gary Ph illips) have invited into our town, They have done their best to make derelicts comfortable, completely ignoring the needs and desi res of San Rafael citizens - especially downtown business owners.

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Scott Connor

San Rafael, CA

2016-04-06

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Annie Bowman

San Rafael, CA

2016-04-06

I would love San Rafael to be a fun , upbeat, clean and SAFE place to bel Until Ritter is moved out of Downtown this cannot happen!

Andrea Carvalho

San Rafael , CA

2016-04-06

I'd like to see the downtown become vibrant and clean _The homeless are creating problems and people do NOT want to live, shop, and grow our economy_

Dennis Dunkelberger

Guerneville, CA

2016-04-06

I work in San Rafael and I hear from client on a daily basis that they are sometimes concerned to be in the area_ I need those customers to feel safe and want to come to my place of employment.

David Pitcher

Pleasanton, CA

2016-04-06

We own commercial property on Ritter Street and have patienlly waited for Riller Center to relocate for the pasl 3 years. Time is of the essence for them to do so NOW! Our tenants have suffered long enough!

Steve Bowman

San Rafael , CA

2016-04-07

I'm tired of cleaning up after the homeless. They are destroying the prosperity of our town.

Diego Norris

San Rafael, CA

2016-04-07

Hope O'Regan

San Rafael, CA

2016-04-07

I'm signing because the status quo is intolerable I know women who have closed their businesses in San Rafael because they were afraid to close their doors at night and walk to their cars alone .

Janelle Miller

San Rafael, CA

2016-04-07

Linda Kirshman

San Rafael, CA

2016-04-08

I agree it is time for San Rafael residents to do something to save our city. I feel helpless and overwhelmed thai our town is becoming unsafe and unsavory characters from all over California are taking advantage of our services. We are all angry that it is unsafe to walk from our homes to downtown for community events wilhoutlooking over our shoulders. Hugo Landecker has my support. His work to help San Rafael deal with the homeless epidemic is outstanding .

Cam Ashurst

Fresno, CA

2016-04-08

I am tired of seeing need les on 4th st.

Daniel Garcia

San Rafael , CA

2016-04-08

Unfortunately, I'm signing this because the other day I saw 2 homeless guys harassing a group of middle schoolers at the Safeway for money and I had 10 step in and tell them to leave the kids alone. I know that not every single person who happens to be homeless is bad or on drugs. And I don't fully agree that the solution is to just kick them out and close one of the few places that actually helps them out, but something does need to be done before something bad happens to a kid going home from school.

Howard Foster

San Rafael , CA

2016-04-08

I'm a 37 year resident of San Rafael & it saddens me to see what has happened to the downtown area

Andrew Pashman

San Rafael, CA

2016-04-08

The homeless are overruning San Rafael and this has to stop. If the rich neighbors to San Rafael refuse to share the homeless burden--other than transporting or otherwise directing them to San Rafael , then the heck with them. WE the tax paying RESIDENTS of San Rafael MUST come first.

Michael Hamilton

Novato, CA

2016-04-09

The "homeless" are ruining Marin County. Pretty soon we'll be like SF. The armpit of the west.

Marty Richard

San Anselmo, CA

2016-04-09

I am afraid to lake my children or guests to San Rafael for fear of what the y may see. I have seen a woman strip dance on a street corner; an older man in a pink tutu standing on second st; men cussing at each other using the worst language from half a block away from each other while I walked by with my children; a homeless man laying in the middle of 4th on the street at night who, when I asked if he was ok, simply responded, can I have $5? Another ran me off of a sidewalk as we passed each other. Let's be practical and compassionate.

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Veronica Denny

San Rafael, CA

2016·04·09

Comment I want to feel safe where I live and proud of my town. This problem is out of control, no one I know has a positive thing to say about Downtown San Rafael. We need to change it now.

Michelle Price Moezzi

San Rafael, CA

2016-04·09

I live in the neighborhood above Davidson and there have been increased issues with mailthefl, robbery, etc. We have a 4 year old and I want to raise her in a diverse but safe environment. I've been saying for years that our downtown could flourish given the right opportunity. So many other cute downtowns that thrive in Marin. So many cool and wonderful and interesting people in San Rafael.. .. we could have an amazing downtown, plaza and make II a destination spot again. I am a composition person and have volunteered and giving money to programs that assist homeless and those in need of food. I'd gladly volunteer some time to asset with an interim solution 10 help the process.

Roberta regan

San Anselmo, CA

2016·04·09

I work in San Rafae1.

Donald Herzog

San Rafael, CA

2016·04-10

I want the drug users out of our parks and downtown streets.

Timothy Lauzon

Littleton, MA

2016·04·10

I frequent San Rafael several times a year mainly because of the downtown area. I agree that a humane compromise can be found 10 resolve this situation.

Sharon Minken

San Anselmo, CA

2016-04·11

Jessica Devers

San Rafael, CA

2016·04-12

Save San Rafaell Old you all see Hugo's email for today (4112116). [email protected] if you want to be added to the group. How is it possible that we let things get this bad?

Jennifer Agrell

San Rafael, CA

2016·04·12

Downtown San Rafael And surrounding neighborhoods are UNSAFE

Chris Russell

San Rafael, CA

2016·04·15

I'm tired of the mass migration of homeless to San Rafael. The homeless are above the law in San Rafael. From drunks Jumping In front of my truck in the morning after being released by the police to aman walking into oncoming traffic on the Richmondl San Rafaet bridge pretending to shoot at people. This has gone far enough. Theft has gone through the roof, people are being shot and mugged. I say dump the city council and the police chief.

Gregg Kellogg

San Rafael , CA

2016·04·17

Homelessness has become a lifestyle for some, and something needs 10 be done. They need services, but not downtown. Fixing this issue will lead to a great recovery for downtown.

Jennifer Turek

San Rafael, CA

2016·04-1 7

I feel that our town is negatively affected by this problem and has been for years. We are the stepchild of Marin County who takes on all of the homeless. It Is killing our small businesses and our downtown.

Sue Aldridge

San Anselmo, CA

2016·04·18

It's about time·-this has been evident for YEARS I What's wrong that it is just now being dealt with ... Okay, I'l l stop complaining .... pls DO something NOW!!I!!I

suzanne sarra

San Rafael, CA

2016-04·18

I recently attended a movie at the Rafael. When I left close to 9:30 I was afraid to walk to my car. All homeless and no regulars in sight.

Gloria Azevedo

San Rafael , CA

2016-04-20

caroline McCormick

San Rafael, CA

2016·04-20

It is the right thing to do I am tired of avoiding downtown San Rafael and going to other neighboring cities instead to enjoy restaurants and shops. I'm tired of not being able to run on nearby trails alone. I'm tired of my car gelling vandalized and having to install a new lock type mailbox and security system and I'm tired of bei ng creeped out gelling in/out of my car at nIght.

Ayla Yailanes

San Rafael , CA

2016·04·20

I have young children that I want to feel comfortable in the community

Saaid Moezzi

San Rafael, CA

2016·04-20

I am tired of the deadbeats and wanllhem ou t of my hometown

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Kimberly Anne Hoffman

San Rafael, CA

2016-04-21

I was a business owner in San Rafael for 3.5 years and I was robbed by the homeless, harassed the homeless, they tried to sell me drugs IN my store! My cHents were harassed. I never felt safe and the homeless problems are a large part of the reason that I closed my business and moved to San Anselmo. It's beyond heartbreaking that San Rafael belongs to the homeless! My boyfriend Hves downtown and cannot even walk to the stores on Fourth Street with his 10 year old daughter without being harassed, no matter the time of day. Why are we pandering to a population that does not pay taxes and does not contribute?

It really breaks my heart. I am just as compassionate as everyone about helping those in need but when it gets in the way of helping our own community and it's displacing the people who live here and pay taxes and the business owners it's completely out of hand. When I walk down Fourth Street alone at night I carry pepper spray and a stun gun, how sad is that? Downtown San Rafael resembles the worst parts of SFII Please please please move the homeless out so we can have our town back!!! Curtis Wiens

Novato, CA

2016-04-21

I can not take my children downtown safely at an hour of the day. And this is where I live.

Charlie Chappelle

San Rafael, CA

2016-04-21

I've had beer thrown on my car while I was renting a movie from red box atlhe b-street 711 . I've been spit on my homeless people that are insane. Fourth street Starbucks is a hangoul for Ihem so much so thai you can'l use a table because somebody has there homeless kit on il.

Daniel Stevens

San Rafael, CA

2016-04-21

kennth casey

san rafael, CA

2016-04-22

I Agreel ['m signing because i agree, the city has been taken over by the homeless.My wife does not feel safe walking through doowntown with our kid. lis time to deal with our own homeless not all the blow ins from other areas. Friends of mine who live near Ritter center wont let there kids outside because of the people it attracts.

Sterling Deaves

San Rafael , CA

2016-04-22

This town is very dangerous now that the homeless activity has reached a new heighl. Something drastic needs to be done quickly.

Stephanie Owen

San Rafael, CA

2016-04-23

Crime is so bad in San Rafaellhal negatively impacts the city, county, and businesses. Most residents I talk to wish to leave city because of the lack of support to move homeless and drifters out of our downtown area. It makes Ihe entire county look terrible to have so many drug abusers moving in and laking over.

Brian Fogarty

San Rafael, CA

2016-04-24

I Hve downtown and my wife has to walk from the transit center. Getting unsafe.

Travis Perkins

San Rafael. CA

2016-04-25

I have been dealing with the homeless issue for the last four years living on B slreet between second and third. I have seen it all living on this street. SI Vincent De Paul has got to be relocated as well as Ihe Ritter house before Downtown will see any Improvement. The police really don't care about the citizens in our city. I have to deal with them frequently regarding the people destroying my neighborhood. Often limes I see Ihem just drive by a situation happening right in front of them.

Cory Lund

San Rafael, CA

2016-04-25 , People want to feel good about their downtown and neighborhood. City officials need to take aclionl

Adair Lara

San Francisco, CA

2016-04-26

Jitu Rajgor

India

2016-04-26

I agree with this I visited this beautiful place in 2014 and instantly loved the place. I signed here because I wanl to remain ilthat way only.

bonnie mcmurry

san anselmo, CA

2016-04-26

I love San Rafael I I

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Brigid Richards

San Rafael , CA

2016-04-27

Comment My sons and their friends grew up here, but no longer go to downtown San Rafael, their own hometown, it's too dicey.

Barbara Russo Bisconti

Los Angeles, CA

2016-04-27

please sign tttt thank you III!!!

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Paul Jensen Wednesday, May 04, 20168:51 AM Raffi Boloyan; Caron Parker FW: Sleepers next to Ritter

FYI -----Original Message----From: Hugo & Cynthia Landecker Sent: Tuesday, May 03, 2016 7:51 PM To: Gary Phillips; Kate Colin Cc: Andrew Hening; Paul Jensen Subject: Sleepers next to Ritter Here is an ongoing problem that is getting worse by the day. People are sleeping day and night in the parking lot of the former Klein TV next to Ritter. The property was sold about 6 months ago. The new owner chooses not to have an agreement with the police for enforcement of trespassing. The site is not an eme rgency shelter, nor is it a housing site for homeless. Nobody even cleans up trash left behind by the sleepers. The security people at Ritter do nothing. As a community, what should happen. The only so lution I can think of is a Code Enforcement complaint. Do you have any other suggestions? Thanks, Hugo

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Kenneth Reich Tuesday, April 19, 2016 5:24 PM Caron Parker Andrew Hening; Kate Colin Re: website inquiry

Hello Caron - I chatted with Kate Colin today about the upcoming hearings on Ritter Center. I had a few questions she suggested you may be able to assist with. My point of view is that San Rafael, while working on its longer telm strategy, needs to make some short term tactical changes to begin to change our reputation as a destination for the homeless and to thereby begin to reduce the inflow of homeless from outside of our County. I am curious if, in the context of the Ritter Center use permit, we have considered adding eligibility requirements as a condition of maintaining the use permit. This would entail criteria to establish whether a person has in the past been a resident of Marin in some capacity and therefore eligible to receive services. There may be variations ofthis idea that would allow Ritter to continue to operate, while changing the reputation of San Rafael as being a destination for the homeless from outside of our County. We must change the status quo on May 16th and should explore all possible ideas. Perhaps this has been already considered and there is a legal reason why it cannot be implemented. Do you have time to chat in the next week or so, either by phone or in person? Much prefen'ed to email ;-) Thanks. In case you have not seen our petition: https:llwww.change.org/p/save-san-rafael Ken On Thu, Mar 24, 2016 at 12:14 PM, Caron Parker wrote: Hello Ken-

In response to your inquiry, please see my comments below:

I. The next City Council hearing for the Ritter Center will be Monday, May 16,2016 at 7:00 pm at City Hall. This date was announced at the last hearing on March 21 ". A public hearing notice will also be mailed out to propelties within 300 feet of the site. See attached notice for the last hearing. 2. Existing public documents on all Ritter hearings are on file with the Planning Department. You can come down to the Planning counter during business hours and ask to see the files. See the attached notice for contact information and business hours for the Planning Depaltment. The file includes copies of all public comments, and also includes a copy of the petition in support of Ritter submitted at the March 21" hearing. The file for the most current hearing is at my desk. The counter planner will be able to locate all files. 1

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3. The City website has a copy most recent hearing City Council with attachments. Go to http://www.cityofsanrafael.org/meetings/ Click on the 3/21116 City Council meeting agenda and then you will see the staffrepOlt and other documents for this item on the agenda. You can also watch a video of the meeting. 4. Public comments (and petitions) are accepted via e-mail or regular mail. I am the Planner assigned to the project so all comments should be sent directly to me at the e-mail below. Or you can also send comments directly to the Council via the City website. The petition could also be mailed in to the address below. 5. The deadline for comments to be in the "correspondence" exhibit of the upcoming May 16, 2016 staff report would be Thursday, May 5. 2016. Any comments received after that date (and up to the 7:00 pm hearing time) would collected and given to the Council on the day of the hearing.

I hope this is helpful.

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Kelly Hunscher Thursday, April 07, 2016 1:11 PM Gary Phillips dconnolly ; krice ksears ; skinsey Colin; maribethbushey Safety Concern

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Hello Mayor Phillips, My family and I recently moved to from San Anselmo to Gerstle Park. We have only been in our new home for 2 months but my concern for the safety of myself and my children has grown to such a level that it warrants an email. In the short time I've lived here, I have experienced numerous incidents but the most frightening was several nights ago when someone was banging on my door at 3:45am. My trash often gets rummaged through with a mess of old food for me to pick up the next day. I was nearly accosted going into Safeway by a crazy man flailing his arms at me and screaming absolute obscenities. I will not shop there again . While walking down 4th St. (near Starbucks) on a Sunday afternoon with a friend, a guy ran- full speed- at us only to dodge us at the last second. I knew San Rafael had a homeless situation but living just 3 miles down the road in San Anselmo, I really had no idea of it's depth and impact on the citizens. I really like my neighbors but am a bit remiss that I have chosen this area to live, particularly because I have three kids. I have always been involved with helping the homeless and volunteer in the city at both Glide Memorial and SI. Anthony's. I feel that The Ritter Center really contributes to the mess we're faced with in San Rafael. The city is being taken over by the homeless and the drug addicted. My best, Kelly Hunter

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Caron Parker· Alan Reid Friday, March 25, 2016 9:40 PM Caron Parker Thank you for holding Ritter House to task

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My w ife and I are significant benefactors, but enough is enough. While we support basic services in our community, we have seen our streets over run as Ritter continued to grow. I'm not sure that we expected them to take on more people when we started giving them money. I know this isn't an easy decision, but thank you for you steadfastness. All the best, Ala n Alan Reid

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