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Tiburon board reluctantly OKs green siding for Michael Mina restaurant


Pea-green board-and-batten siding got the flashing yellow light last week as the Tiburon Design Review Board cautiously approved design plans for the new Michael Mina restaurant slated for downtown Tiburon. The color took board members aback when they first saw the green on the plans and in slides of a PowerPoint presented at the board’s Dec. 6 meeting, as the green looked rich, bright and yellowish. The materials board, which is true to the actual colors that have been selected, showed a more muted sage or split-pea-soup green for the wooden farmhouse-style siding on the restaurant’s second-floor exterior.

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