The coastal plan would allow some homes in Stinson to be raised to adapt to climate change. David Briggs

Planning officials and seaboard residents who have negotiated a new development-regulations regime for half a decade will have to wait at least two more months before their proposed Local Coastal Program (LCP) amendments are sent to the California Coastal Commission.

Divergent stakeholders are still weighing in as the Marin County Board of Supervisors updates the sprawling . . .

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