Representatives of the seven fire departments that serve West Marin have determined how to divvy up funds provided by the increased revenue from the hiked transient occupancy tax, based on the impacts of tourism each department shoulders. 

“I’m so thankful,” Jason Weber, chief of the Marin County Fire Department, said of the incoming funds. “This . . .

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