Marin County is seeking new members for a working group that sets priorities for community housing funds generated by West Marin’s transient occupancy tax. 

The current members of the Measure W working group, which advises the county’s Community Development Agency, met only once before the pandemic to discuss priorities. Now, the nine members’ two . . .

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