Written by Alyssa McCadden, the article captures the new developments at City Hall and the underlying vision for the Commons:
“For the greater community, the common spaces will foster collaboration and social connection. According to Jennings, his goal is to create a community gathering place similar to the piazzas and city centers in small European towns.
“My (Our) aspiration is to create a center for Corte Madera, Larkspur, Greenbrae, Kentfield and Ross, where regardless of your age or your interests, there is something for you there and it’s something that you’re proud of,” Jennings said.”
In addition to Redwood High School’s architecture class exploring possible designs earlier this year, their newspaper has now done a good job at capturing the news and the vision of The Commons and a new modern library.