Marin Municipal Water District this week began looking into amending its state and federal requirements for creek releases—part of a plan to feed thirsty customers from two reservoirs, one of which is reserved for emergencies. But the prospect of diminished releases into Walker and Lagunitas Creeks has some concerned about endangered coho salmon that typically spawn there.

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