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Four-way race set for Tiburon council seat

Two additional candidates are now officially running to fill the vacant seat on the Tiburon Town Council, making for a four-way race on the Nov. 2 special-election ballot.

Diversity Inclusion Task Force member Noah Griffin filed his candidacy papers Aug. 4, and Brian McCullough filed the following day, ahead of the Aug. 6 deadline. They join Heritage and Arts Commissioner Nora Noguez, who filed July 26, and Planning Commissioner Kathleen Defever, who filed Aug. 2.

The candidates will be competing to fill one vacancy due to the resignation of Councilmember David Kulik, who stepped down in May when moving out of Tiburon with his family less than six months into his second term.

The winner of the election will serve the remaining three years on Kulik’s term, through November 2024.

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