Time is running out for West Marin residents who want government funding to replace their woodstoves: the Bay Area Air Quality Management District has almost run out of cash for the $3 million rebate program it kicked off in August, according to Kellen Dammann, the sustainability marketing and outreach specialist for the Community Development Agency. So far, the program . . .

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