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Why neighborhoods should have audit teams at the August 13, 2009 AIA meeting

Original post made by For your information, Alamo, on Aug 12, 2009

Over fifty years ago, the Alamo Improvement Association ("AIA") was formed to serve as a community planning voice in government actions that impact our region. That requirement is greater today. We have more governments, more regional multi-governments committees, larger districts and more corporate influence focused on planning in 94507 and our region. More importantly, we have more focus on Alamo and our region NOW as 1) a taxable asset to be developed, 2) a transportation corridor for major flows of commute traffic, and 3) a predominant revenue source for Contra Costa County.

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