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The proposed construction of a 2,900-square foot home in West Marin’s only gated community prompted county supervisors this week to reverse a decades-long practice of granting exemptions to maximum-height regulations for the flood-prone coastal zone. David Briggs

Following two appeals, the Board of Supervisors issued a final decision Tuesday to reject the construction of a new home in Stinson Beach that would have been 3.32 feet over the county’s maximum height limits for homes in the coastal zone.

After four months of debate over some 30-odd extra inches, the supervisors argued that their vote . . .

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