Transparency advocates scored a victory last week when the Marin County Board of Supervisors agreed to hand over some, but not all, of a series of documents related to a short-lived, streamside ordinance passed in 2013.

The agreement ended a lawsuit filed in 2014 by retired environmental attorney David Schnapf and the First Amendment Coalition, which . . .

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