Posted on August 25, 2022

Tuesday’s resolution specifically called out the flyering incidents, saying they were “unwelcome” and did not represent the views of Marin residents. Supervisor Damon Connolly, who represents San Rafael and surrounding areas, said the recent rise in antisemitism compelled the board to come forward with a public statement. The board also issued a resolution in March condemning antisemitic incidents nationwide, while Tuesday’s focused on incidents in Marin.

“We just feel it’s important to immediately address these [acts],” Connolly said. “We’re not going to let it stand in our community.”

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