As Marin County prepares to enter the most dangerous stretch of fire season, up to 70 percent of residents are not doing enough to protect their homes, according to recent inspections by the Marin Wildfire Prevention Authority. But officials with the M.W.P.A., established last year through a new tax, say their stringent standards are the reason . . .

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