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The California Coastal Commission met Wednesday in San Rafael to get feedback about it's agricultural regulations. David Briggs

In a rare appearance in Marin County, the California Coastal Commission sought feedback Wednesday on the agricultural regulations at the heart of its voter-mandated mission to preserve, protect and restore the shoreline from sweeping development and environmental degradation.

Nearly all of Marin’s coast is protected from development by national park ownership or agricultural land-use policies endorsed by . . .

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