Less revenue came in for emergency services and affordable housing from the transient occupancy tax last year than West Marin had hoped for, and next year will likely bring even less. 

Marin’s shelter policies, which blocked the short-term rental industry between March and September, are mostly at fault. The trend is expected to continue . . .

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