Shoreline Unified School District is questioning a new annual charge levied by the Tomales Village Community Services District, a change that caused an increase of about $10,000 in the school district’s sewer bill this year. 

The service district’s administrator, Karl Drexel, says the charge reflects a new state policy that requires agencies like . . .

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