AFFORDABLE HOUSING: An eight-unit apartment complex just steps from the beach may become permanently affordable housing.   David Briggs

An eight-unit Stinson beach apartment complex could soon become the first permanently affordable housing in the village, if the Community Land Trust Association of West Marin succeeds in purchasing it for roughly $3 million.

County supervisors gave CLAM $1 million from its Affordable Housing Trust Fund, half as a grant and half as a loan, for . . .

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