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Elliot Karlan / For the Ark
Students heading from Reed Elementary School on Kleinert Way in Tiburon walk along the temporary path to Dairy Knoll atop Ned's Way for after-school activities on March 19.
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Tiburon approves $162,000 shortcut from Reed School to recreation center
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By DEIRDRE McCROHAN
dmccrohan@thearknewspaper.com
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An after-school shortcut for school children to the local recreation center — the cost of which had ballooned to $201,000 by last fall — is back on the budget after Tiburon town officials found a way to chop the cost by about 20 percent.

The concrete stairway will provide a way for Reed Elementary School children who participate in after-school programs at Dairy Knoll recreation center at 600 Ned's Way to get there while avoiding traffic.


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Strawberry stalls medical office plans
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By MICHELLE ASCHWALD
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Strawberry residents successfully stalled plans for new medical offices in the business complex above In-N-Out Burger after strongly voicing their concerns March 17 over the prospect of increased traffic.

The Marin Board of Supervisors voted 3-2 to continue review of an application by Bently Holdings to lease 25,000 square feet of space at 1 and 2 Belvedere Place to Marin General Hospital until additional traffic studies have been completed.


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Board will hear plans to demolish cafe, build new eatery and condos

By DEIRDRE McCROHAN
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A plan to demolish the downtown building that houses New Morning Café and Grass Shack organic ice cream and replace it with a three-story, 38-foot-tall complex with a restaurant, condos and potential retail space is heading to the Tiburon Planning Commission at 7:30 tonight, March 25.

The building's new owner, ACV Argo Tiburon LP, has applied for a conditional use permit for a mixed-use commercial and residential condominium complex. The commission will consider whether the proposed uses and intensity of those uses are appropriate.

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