A group of three supervisors passed a stream conservation ordinance—albeit an intermediate one—on Tuesday for unincorporated Marin outside the coastal zone, along with a yearlong program evaluating how development along temporary streams should be regulated. Homeowners in the San Geronimo Valley lauded the move, but the ordinance was protested by some local environmental groups that claim it . . .

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