An overload of hundreds of programs approved in Marin’s 2007 Countywide Plan has proven to be too much to handle for the Community Development Agency, which told supervisors last week in a staff report that they should consider an amendment to the plan to “realign the lofty aspirations” with the realities of staff and financial constraints. “We are . . .

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