How should Marin County spend public funds meant to preserve and maintain open space? Farmland preservation is a low priority for the public, a recent survey suggests.

To take stock of priorities for revenue generated by the Measure A sales tax, Marin County Parks officials met individually with more than 40 stakeholders and conducted a community survey, which ran from . . .

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