The county presented a honed list of potential housing sites this week, gathering more public feedback as it attempts to meet state planning goals for the next eight years. The list of 82 properties in unincorporated Marin—the county’s penultimate effort at identifying development opportunities—continues to ruffle homeowners. But construction of the 4,100 units by 2031 is . . .

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