Stinson Beach voters appear to have shot down a parcel-tax measure that would raise $3.68 million over 20 years to fund Department of Public Works flood protection projects at Easkoot Creek, a major source of flooding in seaside neighborhoods.

The measure would tack on a $250 tax on 707 improved parcels and $50 for 146 . . .

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