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SOUTHERN EXPOSURE
Aaron brown via Jim colletto

Above, Jim Colletto of Tiburon squats next to a group of penguins on the barren landscape of Heard Island, where he served as a telecommunications expert and conducted radio testing. At top, Colletto Skypes into the seventh-grade Del Mar Middle School classroom of his daughter, Mia (second left), on April 6.

 

Tiburon radio operator Jim Colletto joins rare research expedition to Heard Island in the Australian Antarctic, Skypes in to Reed district classrooms

By DEIRDRE McCROHAN
dmccrohan@thearknewspaper.com
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Somewhere in the south Atlantic Ocean, at approximately 49 degrees latitude south, 50 degrees longitude east, there's a buoy bouncing around in the 10-foot-high swells with the words "Reed Raccoons" scribbled on its side with a giant Sharpie.
Tiburon native Jim Colletto, whose children attend local schools, helped drop the buoy there while on a recent six-week expedition to Heard Island, a 144-square-mile frozen volcano. The last time anyone set foot there was in 1997.

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Draft Belvedere budget includes raises for all staff, increases in fees

By MATTHEW HOSE
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For the first time in several years, Belvedere officials expect the city to reach its target safety net of reserve cash as they put forth a preliminary budget that includes across-the-board raises and slightly higher fees to residents, while a few big-ticket projects loom on the horizon.
At its May 9 meeting, the City Council was presented with a $7.19 million operating budget for fiscal 2016-2017 on $7.43 million in revenues, for a projected surplus of about $240,000. Total expenditures are up more than 6 percent from the current year, but are on par with fiscal 2013 and 2014.

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Thursday farmers markets to take over Main Street

By DEIRDRE McCROHAN
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A farmers market is coming to downtown Tiburon.
The Thursday markets will take over Main Street from 3 to 7 p.m. weekly June 23-Oct. 27 and offer about 20 booths selling fruits, vegetables, local cheeses, packaged foods and baked goods while offering live music, according to Kelly Smith, executive director of operator Agricultural Community Events Farmers Markets.

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