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Alamo faces glitch in new recreation hire

Original post made on Jun 29, 2007

A new county policy, which states independent contractors are no longer under the county's liability umbrella, is making the search for an Alamo recreation programmer harder than expected.

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Posted by Alamo community of neighborhoods, a resident of Alamo
on Jun 29, 2007 at 7:51 am


Danville government is not a friend of Alamo and has abused Alamo neighborhoods with its recreation planning and refusal to continue access to the YMCA when the expansion is completed just behind the current Y in Hap Magee Park.

Thus, why does R-7A want to united with Danville and offer the opportunity for more Alamo abuse?

From today's TDW: Other committee members suggested teaming up with Danville for funds. "Maybe we should look at approaching the town of Danville to see if they will piggyback it," said the committee.

Hal Bailey
as a courtesy to Alamo neighborhoods

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