Tighter regulations on short-term vacation rentals and less red tape for second units were the focus of community talks Tuesday on how Marin County ought to resolve its debilitating lack of affordable housing, a shortage that has spurred widespread fears among West Marin residents that their time here is running out.

Single-family home prices have . . .

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