In the dilemma over the future of the San Geronimo Golf Course, county officials have given themselves 30 days to breathe. 

On Tuesday, the county’s registrar of voters presented supervisors with an initiative seeking to preserve the course for golf, which garnered 10,553 signatures. 

The board now has three options: adopt . . .

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