The hills are green, but some Marin residents are already seeing golden brown—and the imminent threat of wildfire. The Marin County Civil Grand Jury last month released a damning report on wildfire preparedness, chiefly recommending a new, countywide quarter-cent sales tax to strengthen efforts. The 20-member jury proposed a new joint-powers agency to manage . . .

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