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Parking tickets fail to deter scores of visitors to parks, trails in Tiburon

Increasingly warm weather continues to drive people to the Tiburon Peninsula to use parks and open spaces despite the shelter-in-place order and closures to motorized traffic, and Tiburon police say the $45 parking tickets they’ve been doling out to rule-breakers don’t appear to be much of a deterrent. From April 10, when Tiburon started clamping down on parking near popular trails and open spaces under Marin’s countywide public-health order, to April 25, police issued 163 citations to cars registered outside the 94920 ZIP code. Seven of those citations have been appealed.

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