The nonprofit Salmon Protection and Watershed Network is poised to drop its suit against Marin County over a stalled 2013 streamside conservation ordinance that it said inadequately addressed development impacts on endangered coho salmon in Lagunitas Creek. The Forest Knolls-based nonprofit is scrapping the case on grounds of irrelevance: the ordinance never took effect due to a “poison . . .

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