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Matthew Hose / The Ark
A runaway dump truck knocked out power to more than two dozen homes Sept. 15 after it rolled into a power pole on Taylor Road in Tiburon.

Runaway dump truck rolls into power pole, sparks tree fires

By MATTHEW HOSE
mhose@thearknewspaper.com
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A runaway dump truck careened into a power pole last Friday near the Tiburon-Corte Madera border, bringing down power lines and setting several trees on fire.

No one was injured in the incident, which occurred just after 2:05 p.m. Sept. 15.
The dump truck had been parked on the street on Taylor Road, which intersects with Paradise Drive just north of Paradise Cay. Workers were loading a trailer behind the truck when the brake slipped and the truck started rolling down the hill, according to Tiburon Fire Protection District Capt. Sloane Valentino.


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Belvedere council: Demolition of home designed by Wright protégé can move forward

By MATTHEW HOSE
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Over pleas from a group of architects, writers and university professors, Belvedere officials rejected an appeal and ruled that a home designed by a Frank Lloyd Wright protégé is not historically significant and can be demolished.

In an appeal hearing at the Belvedere City Council's Sept. 11 meeting, members unanimously determined a 1 Belvedere Ave. home designed by Bay Area architect Aaron Green is too dilapidated to be preserved and said Green isn't a prominent enough architect to elevate the deteriorating home to historic status.

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With survey results in, no changes for ferry schedule

By DEIRDRE McCROHAN
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Despite complaints and an online petition, the Golden Gate Ferry between Tiburon and San Francisco will stay the course after 56 percent of commuters who responded to a spring survey said they prefer the current schedule.

Officials for the Golden Gate Bridge, Highway and Transportation District, which operates the weekday commuter service, reported to their own Transportation Committee last month that 62.7 percent of the 457 riders who responded said the current schedule "worked for them." But a closer look at the numbers shows that many of those riders wanted adjustments.

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