Sea-level rise planning, mental-health services and road repairs are a few of the highlights in the county’s 2017–2018 budget. The Board of Supervisors adopted the $555 million budget last week, the second year of a two-year budget that Supervisor Dennis Rodoni called “a relatively conservative budget that’s balanced and well managed.” It’s . . .

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