Three for Fourth 

The candidates for Fourth District Supervisor on jobs, land use and the Marina Center

If the Fifth Supervisorial District, profiled in last week's issue, is the most rural and expansive part of the county, then the Fourth District is the most urban and compact. The district takes in part of the Samoa Peninsula (Samoa and Fairhaven)…

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