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McKegney maintenance building controversy to be settled by Tiburon Town Council


The fate of a controversial proposal to build a 640-square-foot McKegney Field-maintenance building behind the Blackie’s Pasture restrooms remains uncertain, even after one of the town’s lower boards voted to recommend against it last week and the town withdrew its application to a second board poised to vote the same. The Tiburon Town Council will have the final say about whether the proposed $208,000 project — which includes a prefabricated masonry-block storage shed that would house equipment and materials to maintain the newly rebuilt playing field — goes up. Town Manager Greg Chanis said he would seek direction from the council at its Oct. 17 meeting, but the council’s meeting agenda for tonight, Oct. 3, also shows an update on capital projects, so the building could get discussed then.

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