How is it the Marin County supervisors have a discretionary fund, called something else after the Marin Grand Jury scathing report of 2001, still available to them? The 2001 Grand Jury recommended elimination of this fund and the supervisors just changed the name, to a real nice community name, and made a few changes to the process.
The fund is still the only fund in ALL of California at the discretion of elected politicians.
Why is this in place? It would be great if you asked the supervisors by email on the Marin County website.