The state-mandated garbage inspections that begin next year as part of a new composting law will be difficult for towns across California, but two West Marin communities face an outsized challenge. Bolinas and Stinson Beach, with fewer than 2,000 residents between them, must devise their own independent plans for trash inspections and enforcement. 

When California lawmakers passed the . . .

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