This March, Marin County voters have an opportunity to do something extraordinary.
By voting NO on Measure D, we can protect, connect, and restore in perpetuity more than 157 spectacular acres in the San Geronimo Valley in the heart of Marin.
IMAGINE THE POSSIBILITIES. A NO Vote on Measure D will:
Create a bottomland park like none other in Marin, and a Commons for all.
Reserve a critical new fire headquarters site, helping protect all of Marin from wildfire.
Conserve critical wildlife habitat and help restore the Bay Area's last great Coho salmon run.
Create new recreation and trail opportunities for everyone, including families with babies and toddlers, elders, and those with limited mobility.
Provide outdoor, nature education for children of all ages.
Improve West Marin's water quality now and for future generations.
Preserve a beloved Valley site for public rather than private resort use.
Protect local control of our communities from outside, special interest groups.
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