A proposed ordinance that would require property owners adjacent to streams and wetlands to file for permits before removing protected and heritage trees—unless they meet exemptions for disease, fire safety, or potential structural damage—has raised the ire of the San Geronimo Valley Stewards (SGVS), many of whom live in homes dwarfed by heritage redwoods. Marin currently allows . . .

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