The Bolinas Community Land Trust’s downtown affordable housing project cleared another hurdle this week when the Marin County Board of Supervisors denied a neighbor’s appeal. Roland Crotts, who owns the property next to the proposed eight-unit development, contested many parts of the project, including its size, parking and impact on water and sewers. His most prominent . . .

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