In the coming months, the Marin County Board of Supervisors will consider adopting regulations for short-term rentals—a response to public concern and the culmination of a series of community workshops. To inform the board’s decision, county staff will propose regulatory alternatives based, in part, on a new white paper that details effects specific to Marin, possible . . .

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