Marin County is continuing to provide rental assistance to residents struggling with the financial ramifications of the pandemic. An estimated $7.75 million is expected to land at the county by early February as part of the Consolidated Appropriations Act, which Congress passed last month. The funding can go toward current and past rent, current and past utilities and . . .

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