Money is streaming into Marin this year to bring people off the street, though county officials say getting the word out to homeless people in West Marin is a challenge. Besides the $4.5 million in annual federal funds the county typically receives to address homelessness, another $4.8 million arrived this month from the Homeless Emergency Assistance Program . . .

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