Twenty homes in Marshall soon will be connected to a sewage treatment program that aims to improve water quality in the area. Marin County received a $750,000 grant from the State Water Resources Control Board to build sewage treatment facility to add the homes—the second phase of a community wastewater project that is replacing individual onsite systems . . .

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