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October 26 Public Hearing

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Marin County is redrawing the supervisorial district lines and your opinion is necessary! The second of four public hearings will take place on October 26 at 1:30 p.m. The hearing will be held remotely and is an opportunity for public feedback on the criteria to be used for redistricting, especially communities of interest. For more information on how to participate visit RedistrictMarin.org

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Marin County is redrawing the supervisorial district lines and your opinion is necessary! Attend the second public hearing on Oct. 26 at 1:30 PM. The remote meeting is an opportunity for public feedback. For info visit RedistrictMarin.org

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Marin County is redrawing the supervisorial district lines and your opinion is necessary! The second of four public hearings will take place on October 26 at 1:30 p.m. The hearing will be held remotely and is an opportunity for public feedback on the criteria to be used for redistricting, especially communities of interest. For more information on how to participate visit RedistrictMarin.org

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Every 10 years, the County uses new census data to redraw supervisorial district boundaries to reflect how local populations have changed. All district boundaries must be reviewed to meet strict requirements for population equality, voting rights protections, and compliance with the California FAIR MAPS Act. To learn more and how to share your thoughts, visit redistrictmarin.org.

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Redistricting determines which neighborhoods and communities are grouped into districts for purposes of electing County Supervisors. The Board of Supervisors is soliciting community input in drawing the next district map based on new census data. The final district map will determine supervisorial district boundaries for the next 10 years. By participating in the process, either through public hearings or written comments, everyone has an opportunity to share how they think district boundaries should be drawn to best represent their community. For more information and to share your thoughts, visit redistrictmarin.org.

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The County of Marin has launched the redistricting process and is interested in learning about your community! Tell us about where your community is located, your shared interests, what brings you together and what is important to you. This could include lifestyle, demography, geography, or political subdivisions (such as school districts or planning areas. For more info and to share your community of interest, visit redistrictmarin.org.

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Every 10 years, the County uses new census data to redraw supervisorial district boundaries to reflect how local populations have changed. District boundaries must meet strict requirements for population equality per state law. To learn more, visit redistrictmarin.org

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Redistricting determines which communities are grouped into districts for electing County Supervisors. By participating in the process, everyone has an opportunity to share how they think district boundaries should be drawn. For more info, visit redistrictmarin.org

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Marin has launched the redistricting process and wants to learn about your community! Tell us about where your community is located, your shared interests, what brings you together and what is important to your community. For more info, visit redistrictmarin.org

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