The Marin County Board of Supervisors on Tuesday approved a $250,000 grant to help a collaborative project working to replace, improve and maintain dilapidated agricultural employee housing on the coast. The funding enables the replacement or construction of 20 units on 12 volunteering ranches, according to county Community Development Agency principal planner, Leelee Thomas.
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