Marin’s Measure A spending plan reduces cut for ag easements

Peter Fugazzotto - MALT

By Peter Fugazzotto, Director, Communications

February 11, 2022

A revised plan for Marin’s Measure A sales tax measure would continue to set aside 20% for agriculture, but reduce funding for agricultural easements. Under the plan, approved on a first reading by county supervisors on Tuesday, 50% of the total 20% earmarked for agriculture would be available for easements.

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