The use permit for the Marshall Tavern’s conversion into a bed-and-breakfast was approved by Marin County last week, but not without objections from neighbors over a pier and boat launch mandated by the California Coastal Commission. 

The tavern, built in the early 1900s, has sat vacant for the last 37 years. In that . . .

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