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Twenty homes in Marshall soon will be connected to a sewage treatment program that aims to improve water quality in the area. Marin County received a $750,000 grant from the State Water Resources Control Board to build sewage treatment facility to add the homes—the second phase of a community wastewater project that is replacing individual onsite systems. The community system reduces water-quality impacts to Tomales Bay, according to an engineer’s report on the project, and addresses new sewage requirements expected to be implemented across the state in the near future—putting Marshall “ahead of the curve,” according to Lori Kyle, president of the East Shore Planning Group. Most of the 20 owners will be charged just over $20,000 to fund the project.