Marin County Parks is proposing changes to the way it spends tax dollars, including shrinking the money set aside for farmland preservation. In a new proposal for funds generated by the Measure A sales tax, the department suggested cutting its farmland allocation in half, to 10 percent, and restructuring the program to allow grants for a wider range of agricultural . . .

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