From the Marin Independent Journal:
“County officials appear ready to move ahead with interim rules limiting land use near creeks in the San Geronimo Valley and perhaps elsewhere — and may be willing to revise the countywide plan to do so.
“The Board of Supervisors seemed ready to give a tentative blessing to staff recommendations that were based on proposals from a board committee, but left key questions in limbo pending a Sept. 17 hearing. …
“The San Geronimo Valley watershed is home to one of the most important runs of endangered coho salmon in California, and when the county failed to enact strict creekside vegetation rules there two years ago, the salmon network sued.”