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  • Writer's pictureDeirdre McCrohan

Judge delays tentative ruling in Tiburon Ridge development suit


Marin County Superior Court Judge James Chou has delayed a tentative ruling in favor of the county in a dispute over the Martha Co.’s proposed 43-home development on the Tiburon Ridge, giving both the county and plaintiffs Tiburon Open Space and the town of Tiburon time to prepare in-depth written briefs expanding on their oral arguments. Tiburon Open Space filed suit against the county of Marin in 2017 after the county Board of Supervisors approved the master plan for the subdivision, which is proposed for 110 acres of private property at the southern tip of the Tiburon Peninsula. The lawsuit sought to invalidate the developer’s environmental impact report, which the board had certified as adequate.

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