Coastal citizens can share their thoughts about how Marin should respond to environmental hazards like sea-level rise and wildfire with staff from Marin County and the California Coastal Commission next week. A public listening session on the update of environmental hazards policies for Marin’s coastal zone takes place next Wednesday, the latest step in the long and difficult . . .

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