Marin County is weighing a major change to the way it regulates septic systems. The county’s Community Development Agency is considering an ordinance that would require properties to undergo septic inspections when they change hands, in an effort to gather more records and discourage unpermitted construction. 

The agency’s Environmental Health Services division has no records for 30 percent . . .

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