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Marin County supervisors last week denied an appeal filed by neighbors of a building permit in Forest Knolls; Steve Kinsey was reluctant to second-guess his staff’s recommendation to uphold the Planning Commission’s ruling, which favored a permit for a single-family home on a steep hillside. Fifteen neighbors had signed a petition in opposition to the existing permit. David Briggs

The Board of Supervisors rejected an appeal to alter construction plans for a new home at 195 Resaca in Forest Knolls that neighbors said would block road access and build a leach-field on improper soil that could leak into a drainage ditch. The two-level, 1,902-square-feet residence was designed by Richard Rushton to fit against a . . .

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