Last Wednesday, the California Coastal Commission signed off on the legal adequacy of Marin County’s most recent step in updating its Local Coastal Program, a process that began more than a decade ago. The county Board of Supervisors in April unanimously approved three of seven amendments to Marin’s L.C.P., which dates back to 1982 and . . .

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