The Marin County Planning Commission on Monday unanimously shot down a proposed amendment that would have restricted some rentals in parts of West Marin, arguing that it was confusing and redundant—and not where the county should be putting its energies. Accessory living areas, which called for minimum 30-day stays in rooms with “wet bars.” In denying the . . .

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