Three of West Marin’s school districts will receive increased funding from property taxes, courtesy of higher assessed property values this year compared to last. The largest district, Shoreline Unified, will see a jump in funding by 5.44 percent, according to the deputy superintendent of the Marin County Office of Education, Terena Mares. That increase will pump $236 . . .

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