Marin County is preparing to change rules for accessory living units to comply with state legislation that takes effect in 2017, an effort that will allow larger second units and create a pathway for financial assistance for landlords seeking to create junior units. The development code changes, which attempt to remedy a housing crisis plaguing both the county and . . .

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