A finding of architectural significance attributed to tea purveyor David Hoffman’s property in Lagunitas was invalidated last year due to a lawsuit over code violations and unpermitted structures. But some—including Supervisor Dennis Rodoni—want a county judge to consider the finding as he determines the future of Mr. Hoffman’s residence, a sprawling compound that he calls . . .

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