County officials struck a deal with California last week ensuring short-term funding for three state parks slated to close last year in Marin, setting the stage for dozens of similar deals sought by the state’s Department of Parks and Recreation to reverse plans for deep budget cuts.

The nearly $2 million agreement, made official at . . .

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