With a state deadline fast approaching, the Marin County Planning Commission took the unusual step last Thursday of rejecting its own staff’s proposal for increasing the county’s housing supply.

In a 6-1 vote, commissioners decided not to endorse the latest draft of the plan, which designates locations for 3,569 more residences in unincorporated areas by 2031 . . .

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