Marin County will appeal a state mandate to plan for thousands of new homes over the next decade, arguing that the allocation does not factor in the county’s unique characteristics that make building difficult.

In a 4-1 vote, the Board of Supervisors directed planners to appeal Marin’s regional housing needs allocation of 3,569 . . .

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