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Elliot Karlan / For The Ark
New Belvedere Mayor Claire McAuliffe dons the traditional mayoral sash, passed on by former Mayor Bob McCaskill, at the Belvedere City Council's July 13 meeting.
 
McAuliffe takes the helm as Belvedere's new mayor

By HANNAH BEAUSANG
hbeausang@thearknewspaper.com
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Belvedere Councilmember Claire McAuliffe is the city's new mayor, elected by her City Council colleagues July 13, while Councilmember James Campbell will take over McAuliffe's previous role as vice mayor through next July.

McAuliffe takes the reins from Bob McCaskill, who remains on the council.

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Five arrested in car thefts, burglary spree
 

By HANNAH BEAUSANG
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Three men and two minors were arrested early July 18 in connection with a two-night crime spree in Tiburon, in which two vehicles were stolen and at least eight unlocked cars were entered between July 16 and 18 — and police are looking into potential links to at least six more auto burglaries in Strawberry.

San Rafael residents Debin Iram De Leon, 19; Walenton Diaz, 18; and Jeorge Luis Rojas Del Cid, 18, were arrested in the early hours Saturday morning and booked into Marin County Jail on allegations including conspiracy, petty theft and taking a vehicle without the owner's consent.

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Belvedere's license plate cameras up
and running

By HANNAH BEAUSANG
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In the first few weeks they've been switched on, Belvedere's new license plate-scanning cameras have successfully scanned more than 100,000 rear plates, and Police Chief Tricia Seyler says they've functioned without a hitch.

The cameras are located at Belvedere's main entrance and exit points: the intersections of San Rafael Avenue at Lagoon Road to the northwest, Beach Road at Cove Road to the southeast and at Cove Road and Tiburon Boulevard.

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Other Headlines

Man pleads guilty to abducting, molesting Tiburon teen

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Tiburon names its
new town historian

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Shoreline may get friday night events

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