Bolinas Lagoon’s natural silting cycle has been hastened by logging and development, raising alarm over how to preserve the health of its ecosystems. At the county level, a restructured advisory body hopes to tackle that concern. David Briggs

Last week, the Marin County Board of Supervisors voted to replace the Bolinas Lagoon Technical Advisory Committee (BLTAC) with the new Bolinas Lagoon Advisory Council (BLAC). The move is intended to streamline efforts to restore the wetlands, including the removal of invasive plants from Kent Island.

“There was a lot of role confusion about the BLTAC,” Deputy . . .

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