Advocates for a restoration plan for Chicken Ranch Beach have been stymied by a mix of legal issues, complexity resulting from multiple property owners and county reluctance for many years. But Tom Gaman, chair of the Tomales Bay Watershed Council, said last week there is now reason for hope: Dennis Rodoni, the new supervisor for District 4. “He has . . .

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