The Board of Supervisors on Tuesday approved resolutions that give property owners in unincorporated areas access to clean-energy financing in the form of county loans paid back through property-tax bills. The property-assessed financing was developed in 2008 to make it easier to fund energy-efficiency, water-conservation and renewable-energy improvements to homes and commercial buildings . . .

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