Whether to set strict time limits for construction projects in unincorporated Marin and impose hefty fines for noncompliance was the topic of a workshop Tuesday morning put on by the county’s Board of Supervisors, which has fielded passionate complaints from residents bothered by projects that have been allowed to drag on for years—sometimes even decades—without any . . .

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