Elevated levels of a dangerous biotoxin have shut down all commercial shellfish harvest in Tomales Bay—this during the industry’s busiest time of year. After a recreational closure affecting the inner bay was announced on Dec. 13, the California Department of Public Health last Friday banned harvest from the outer portions of the bay. Spokesmen say the current . . .

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