Should Nicasio, where all homes source water from wells vulnerable to drought, be able to tap into Marin’s largest water supplier? It’s a discussion the county’s Local Agency Formation Commission, or LAFCO, is trying to jumpstart. 

A draft report released this month, which is now open for public comment, suggests that it may . . .

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