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Belvedere signs off on Mallard Pointe, likely won’t get desired sidewalks

The Belvedere City Council has approved more pieces of the contentious Mallard Pointe redevelopment project, allowing the developer to break the three-parcel complex into 12 lots and to create sidewalks, crosswalks and other improvements in the public right of way.


However, in its 3-1 vote May 13, the council’s approval of the tentative subdivision map added construction-management and bulkhead-design conditions — as well as a requirement to preserve the sidewalks on private Mallard Road. Consulting attorneys warned the council likely won’t get its sidewalks in a three-way standoff with the developer and Tiburon Fire Protection District.

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