County supervisors ponder demise of SRV Planning Commission
Original post made on Jul 27, 2007
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on Jul 27, 2007 at 8:08 am
This statement is the issue with incorporation in Alamo. "In Alamo, the "sunset" could play a key role in some residents' stance on incorporation - at least amongst those who are educated on the issue, Gibson said. For many wavering on their opinion on incorporation, disbanding the San Ramon Valley Planning Commission may force residents to push harder toward becoming an entity that can call its own shots."
A city council that calls its own shots is not representative of Alamo residents and their neighborhoods. A defined general plan, limitations on council authority and immediate citizens' oversight are mandatory requirements for a majority vote for incorporation. Otherwise Alamo residents would be duplicating the blind faith that we put in the CCC-BOS to serve our needs, interests and advisory.
as a courtesy for the Alamo community of neighborhoods
on Aug 1, 2007 at 3:50 pm
Nevada is a long way from the San Ramon Valley. Would Mr. Murray care to comment on his interests in the San Ramon Valley?
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on Aug 2, 2007 at 3:16 pm
Would you please explain what Michael Murray / Murray Michael has to do with the SRV commission story?