An attempt at compromise between the Marin County Sheriff’s Office and proponents of civilian oversight was set aside last week by county supervisors, after public speakers decried the proposal for a community working group as ineffectual and inadequate. 

“This is one of the first times I feel like we’ve been heard,” Stinson Beach activist Tara Evans said.

Supervisors . . .

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