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Tiburon to add more license-plate cameras

Tiburon will extend its license-plate-reader camera system to cover two streets in the Cypress Hollow neighborhood.

The Town Council at its March 2 meeting voted unanimously in favor of adding cameras and the $60,500 budget amendment to pay for them.

The town currently has six automated license-plate-reading cameras: a set of four on Tiburon Boulevard at Blackfield Drive and a set of two on Paradise Drive.

In early February, however, following a spate of residential burglaries that occurred from late December to early January, dozens of residents of Cypress Hollow petitioned the town to expand the system to two streets in their neighborhood, saying the current gap in coverage leaves them vulnerable to crime.

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