The California Coastal Commission delayed a vote last week on a contentious section of the county’s proposed Local Coastal Program related to environmental hazards, deeming the issue too unresolved to vote on.

Marin County and homeowners objected to regulations they deemed too constrictive of development and property rights, such as rules for when to remove shoreline . . .

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