For years, the Marconi Conference Center squeaked by, cut off from limited California State Parks funding and strapped for the cash necessary to restore the crumbling buildings at the historic park. When the pandemic put a stop to conferences last year, the nonprofit that runs the site on the east shore of Tomales Bay struggled to keep the lights on . . .

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