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There will be no crossing guard this year at West Marin School, where the number of children walking to and from school on a daily basis fell to 11 last year. A host of other schools in Marin may lose guards in 2019 due to limited funding.   David Briggs

Attention back-to-schoolers: Look both ways! Due to a drop in the number of students who commute on foot, the Transportation Authority of Marin has cut crossing guard service at West Marin School. Unable to piece together independent funding or hire a volunteer, the district has no plans to refill the post. Dan Cherrier, a project manager for . . .