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Elliot Karlan / For The Ark
With Angel Island as its backdrop, the 22nd annual Master Mariners Benevolent Association's Wooden Boat Show at the Corinthian Yacht Club on June 28 featured classics large and small, music by the S.F. Feetwarmers Jazz Band and model boat building for kids by the Arques School of Traditional Boatbuilding. Learn more at mastermariners.org.
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Tiburon to consider mid-day street festivals

By DEIRDRE McCROHAN
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The Tiburon Town Council will consider a proposal at its next meeting tonight, July 1, to launch "Summer Days on Main" — a daytime festival series over four Wednesdays in July and August that would close downtown Tiburon's Main Street for activities ranging from a bounce house to face-painting to live music.

The festival is the brainchild of Councilmembers Erin Tollini and Jim Fraser.
Tollini said The Ranch, Tiburon and Belvedere's joint recreation agency, would run it.

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Commissioners reject lower minimum affordable housing densities at Strawberry seminary site
 

By MICHELLE ASCHWALD
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The Marin Planning Commission stuck to its guns June 22, rejecting county supervisors' request to reduce minimum affordable-housing densities at three sites in unincorporated Marin, which includes 2 acres at the Golden Gate Baptist Theological Seminary in Strawberry.

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Strawberry man claims self-defense in brother's fatal shooting

By DEIRDRE McCROHAN
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Johnson Gibbs, who shot and killed older brother Allison Gibbs early June 17 in the Strawberry home they shared with their mother and uncle, has pleaded not guilty to one felony count of murder with a penalty enhancement for the use of a gun. Gibbs' attorney argued he was "protecting himself and his mother" from what the attorney later described as an "out-of-control meth addict."

Marin County Superior Court Judge Andrew Sweet accepted the plea June 24 and, at another hearing two days later, set bail at $3 million and the preliminary hearing for Aug. 28.

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