It is now AIM's obligation to all voters
Original post made by Christine Jenkins on Nov 4, 2008
This coming Sunday, November 9, Alamo Incorporation Movement (AIM) will kick-off their political campaign to incorporate their proposed Town of Alamo. At present, neighborhoods' discussion groups have concluded interest in incorporation because there is no definition of government proposed for rational consideration by a majority of voters.
It is now AIM's obligation to define their proposal of a local government for Alamo so a majority of voters understand incorporation in real operational definition. Neighborhoods remain ready to hear that defined proposal and are ready to refuse AIM the opportunity to make "Alamo our (their) Town" if such defintition is not provided.
We are waiting to join AIM in a well-defined success,
Christine S. Jenkins
ad hoc community committee
Diablo Vista region neighborhoods
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