Hundreds of Residents Protest Seminary Plan

While North Coast was a no-show, more than 300 residents attended the Strawberry Design Review Board to protest the developer's plan for the Seminary. Read the IJ recap by clicking here.


SNA Letter to the Strawberry Design Review Board

In advance of the September 12 Strawberry Design Review Board hearing, the Seminary Neighborhood Association has submitted an official letter regarding the North Coast application for the seminary property. You can view the letter here.


More Coverage on North Coast's Illegal Rental Scheme

Click here to read the latest IJ article on the secretive rental scheme being conducted at the Seminary site.


Spotswood Blows the Lid Off Illegal Seminary Rentals

The IJ's Dick Spotswood shines a spotlight on North Coast's illegal rental operation at the Seminary. Click here to read the column.



SNA asks County to restrict unpermitted rentals at the Seminary

The Seminary Neighborhood Association has submitted a letter to the County in response to a potential plan by North Coast Land Holdings to rent certain portions of the campus property on an interim basis. Click here to read the letter, which serves as a reminder that the property has only one approved use: a Seminary.


County says the Seminary application is incomplete

Click here to read the latest IJ article, which discusses the County of Marin's response to the Seminary application. As the County says, "The proposed project is a substantial departure from the uses identified for the property in the Strawberry Community Plan." We couldn't agree more.


Hundreds of Strawberry Residents Protest Seminary Plan

Read the IJ's coverage of the recent Strawberry Design Review Board hearing where hundreds of Strawberry residents showed up to protest the North Coast and Branson redevelopment plan for the Seminary. The full article can be found here.


IJ's Dick Spotswood: Developer asking for too much in Strawberry

In a recent column, the IJ's Dick Spotswood hits the nail on the head: North Coast is asking for too much. And to quote Spotswood himself: "The first element that needs to be dropped is a relocated Branson School."

Read the full column here.


Former Branson Trustee Expresses Disapproval of School's Strawberry Plans

Former Branson Trustee Peter Thigpen wrote a powerful Marin Voice regarding the school's lack of engagement with the Strawberry community. Read the piece here.



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