Homeowners and environmentalists primed to once again pontificate on the long-debated expanded streamside ordinance were stymied on Tuesday when the meeting hit an unexpected snag, courtesy of a political fairness committee. Three of the county’s five supervisors have presumed conflicts of interest due to their places of residence, according to the Fair Political Practices Commission, and may literally . . .

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