It would be fascinating to know when an elected supervisor’s brain switches from common sense to special interest sense. Consider the following facts: 

West Marin has approximately 110,000 acres in two national parks; 11,000 acres in four state parks; and 6,000 acres in eight county parks and nine county open space preserves . . .

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