The Marin County Board of Supervisors on Tuesday unanimously voted to extend for a third year a moratorium on the installation of controversial smart meters in unincorporated Marin. The prohibition cites insufficiently addressed concerns about possibly deleterious impacts to residents’ health, privacy and utility bills. “The primary reason for our action was to send a message to the [California . . .

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