Marin County has narrowed its exhaustive list of potential housing sites to two likely alternatives, each of which focuses on a different priority. One scenario, meant to distribute housing evenly across the county, identifies several hundred units in each of the five supervisorial districts. The other alternative, meant to minimize the environmental hazards of development by focusing on infill, leans . . .

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