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Tiburon approves $50k fund for public-art projects

Tiburon is setting aside $50,000 toward future public-arts endeavors in town.

The Town Council voted unanimously at its Dec. 6 meeting to allocate the money from the town’s general fund to the existing Public Art Reserve Fund, which was created in 2019 by the town’s Heritage and Arts Commission. The new funding will be added to the existing $4,500 in the fund and will be used to help facilitate a public-art program.

The Heritage and Arts Commission requested the additional money, saying it would not only show support for arts in the community but also help speed up the process of developing projects while reducing the wait time for creating fundraising campaigns.

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