The Board of Supervisors on Tuesday decided unanimously to press ahead with the transient occupancy tax increase for West Marin, preliminarily approving an ordinance that puts the issue on the November ballot. 

The original proposal, brought by District Four Supervisor Dennis Rodoni in January, outlined a 50 percent increase in the tax that short-term renters . . .

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