Marin residents experience the high cost of housing in many ways, including financial strain, heavy traffic, problems associated with homeless people and the likelihood that the next generation will leave the county, according to a recent report by the Marin County Civil Grand Jury.

The report, titled “Overcoming Barriers to Housing Affordability” and issued in April, suggested . . .

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