How should Marin County keep its residents and properties safe from wildfires, extreme weather and sea-level rise, all while planning to construct thousands of new housing units in the next eight years? County officials must have answers by the summer, when they will submit a draft of the Safety Element of the Countywide Plan side by side with the . . .

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