Pushing forward a years-long process, county supervisors on Tuesday unanimously approved three amendments to Marin’s 1982 Local Coastal Program and rejected two that remain the most controversial to allow for further modifications, following their staff’s recommendations. 

West Marin residents poured into the public hearing, many expressing concern primarily with the two amendments that . . .

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