California Dreamin’

What a fantastic idea (“Tow Hold,” March 20)! Now I can finally realize my dream of living in the most affluent neighborhoods of California. I’ll just ditch my house, buy a beat up RV and park in Beverly Hills, Atherton, Kentfield and Pacific Heights. Wait, I have an even better idea! Why don’t we establish free parking zones around the residences of our elected officials including Mr Chiu. Why we could even park outside of Gov. Newsom’s new gated (or should I say walled) home in Fair Oaks. Let’s hope AB 516 sails through our thoughtful legislative process.

Mike S., Marin County

Di Fi

Responding to your article ”Di Hard” (March 5), our senator’s treatment of the young petitioners for the Green New Deal is certainly not what I would want from her.

This reminds me of a letter I sent to her four years ago citing my difficulty in reaching her by phone and the lack of response to my letters. I ended it with a request for a response to the situation. No response was ever received.

Meredith Grey, Mill Valley

All Aboard

We’d love our city council to allow for a widened street corner at our Depot Bookstore & Cafe and welcome our friendliest restauranteur, Paul Lazzareschi of Vasco, to run it. Then Mill Valley will have a winner: an improved historic train station where everyone meets.

Dart Cherk, Mill Valley

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