The race for Shoreline’s board is lining up to be the most competitive in recent history, with five candidates vying for two open seats that represent Point Reyes Station and Inverness. 

On Nov. 6, incumbent Tim Kehoe—a third-generation rancher who has served on the board for 17 years—will face . . .

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