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ELLIOT KARLAN / FOR THE ARK
Skier Jonny Moseley sits in a chair originally from the lift to the KT-22 ski runs at Squaw Valley, now permanently affixed to his house in Paradise Cay in Tiburon. After winning gold, the resort named a trail after him — Jonny Moseley's Run — and gave him the commemorative chair.
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Moseley 'rolls' into Bay Area Sports Hall of Fame
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By ANN MIZEL
amizel@thearknewspaper.com
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Tiburon Olympic gold medalist and freestyle skier Jonny Moseley said he was surprised when he first heard he would be inducted into the Bay Area Sports Hall of Fame.

"Usually athletes involved in more mainstream sports are honored," he said. "I was the first skier to win."

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Mayor's plan for a more parklike Blackie's Pasture gains steam at Town Hall
 

By DEIRDRE McCROHAN
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Tiburon Mayor Frank Doyle's pet project for improvements to Blackie's Pasture — which include park benches, shade trees, wildflowers and other beautification — is moving forward.

Almost every Tiburon mayor has a project that's important to him or her. For Doyle, it's making Blackie's Pasture a little more parklike, a little less like something you walk through quickly to get to the Old Rail Trail.

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Venture capitalist pays town another $1.4 mil to finish Gilmartin estate

By DEIRDRE McCROHAN
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Tiburon appears to have prevailed in its four-month legal dispute with venture capitalist Stuart Peterson and wife Gina over how long it is taking to complete construction on their family's $60 million estate on Gilmartin Drive.

As part of a settlement announced May 13, the Petersons will pay the town some $1.07 million, which includes nearly $600,000 in penalties it sought back in December and another half-million in fees after a reassessment of the project value. In addition, the Petersons will pay the $388,230 that Tiburon sought to reactivate a six-month building permit extension, effective May 18. However, the latter fee will be refunded if the Petersons complete construction and landscaping by June 18.

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