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Tiburon sees year of transition, downtown construction


LOOKING BACK AT 2019: TIBURON — For land use and business, Tiburon saw a year of transition in 2019. Seven years after the project’s initial approval, construction on the Belvedere-Tiburon Library expansion got underway. The town reopened McKegney Green field, which had been closed for a $2 million renovation after decades of use had left it run down and full of uneven, torn-up surfaces. And some 45 years into plans to build a subdivision on 110 acres on the southern Tiburon Ridge, the property owners have agreed to allow an appraisal that could protect the land as open space. (Elliot Karlan photo / For The Ark 2019)

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