After spending eight years and hundreds of thousands of dollars on an environmental review of a county vegetation and biodiversity plan meant to guide the management of Marin’s open space preserves, supervisors voted last week not to certify the review and instead accept the plan only as a “background” document. 

That means the county can . . .

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