The Marin County Fire Department will remove dead trees, thin unhealthy ones and clear some vegetation along an overgrown fuel break running along the boundary of Tomales Bay State Park. A recent report flagged the area for fire danger.   David Briggs

A forgotten fuel break along the border of Tomales Bay State Park will be revisited this fall, thanks to funding from the new countywide parcel tax dedicated to fire prevention. The fuel break, which was first established in 2006, was recommended following the 1995 Mount Vision Fire as a key way to protect the communities of Seahaven and Inverness . . .

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