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Tiburon to explore cost to add license-plate cameras in Cypress Hollow

Tiburon will look into the cost of extending its license-plate-camera system to two streets in the Cypress Hollow neighborhood in response to an online petition from residents who say a gap in coverage leaves their streets vulnerable to crime.

The Tiburon Town Council at its Feb. 2 meeting directed Police Chief Ryan Monaghan to research the cost and report back to the council at its Feb. 16 meeting.

The petition, posted on and signed by 110 people at The Ark’s press deadline, requests additional cameras be installed along with signs saying the neighborhood is protected by video surveillance.

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