Marin moves to extend sales tax for parks

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June 6, 2019

During fiscal 2017-19, Marin County Parks spent $6.49 million of its $13.8 million in Measure A revenues on grants to the Marin Agricultural Land Trust to help it acquire four agricultural conservation easements. It also spent $957,313 on vegetation management and fire fuel reduction and $253,748 on road and trail management.

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