Commentary: Election will affect all Tri-Valley cities Comments on Stories, posted by , a resident of , on Nov 4, 2011 at 4:47 pm
San Ramon voters will go to the polls Tuesday to elect a new mayor and several members to their City Councils. Although municipal elections in Danville and Pleasanton are still a year away, Tuesday's results and the composition of the councils cities will have a major impact on issues where other cities in the Tri-Valley share major interests. Every member of the San Ramon City Council, including the mayor, serves on a number of Tri-Valley, regional and even statewide boards, committees and panels.
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Posted by Roz Rogoff, the San Ramon Observer, on Nov 4, 2011 at 4:47 pm Roz Rogoff is a member (registered user) of San Ramon Express
Bill Clarkson served on the San Ramon Valley Unified School District board for 12 years. The SRVUSD includes schools in San Ramon, Danville, and Alamo.
The SRVUSD also negotiated several partnership agreements with the City of San Ramon to share school facilities, e.g. parks, gymnasiums, the Performing Arts Center in Dougherty Valley, and the two High School Olympic pools.
Regardless of who is elected to the San Ramon City Council or as Mayor this Tuesday, San Ramon will continue to collaborate with all of the neighboring Cities in the Tri-Valley.
Posted by Roz Rogoff, the San Ramon Observer, on Nov 8, 2011 at 11:01 am Roz Rogoff is a member (registered user) of San Ramon Express
Didn't the City Council promise to underground the PG&E lines in South San Ramon, near your house, but took the money from the account during the dot com recession in 2001-02 and never put it back?
By the way you will never get me to say anything nice about PG&E. California puts thousands of people into prisons for smoking pot, but PG&E can blow up a neighborhood and kill 8 people and get away with it.
The Supreme Court declared corporations can be treated like people; so why isn't the top brass at PG&E in prison or death row today?