Last Thursday, a host of agencies, a supervisor and a state senator settled into a packed Dance Palace to hear feedback from residents and offer updates on the work they have been doing in coastal Marin. 

The meeting followed up on a 2017 meeting at which residents identified their top concerns about the impacts of tourism . . .

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