Marin County has settled on a set of programs intended to make housing more abundant, affordable and fair in coming years. Since the start of the year, the county has held public meetings on the Housing Element as it worked through the thorny details of meeting state housing mandates and rectifying a severe shortage of affordable homes. 

Now, the public . . .

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