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Commission: Faria Preserve will happen

Original post made on Dec 25, 2013

It's not a question of whether development of a large parcel of land in northwest San Ramon will happen, but a question about what that development will look like. That's according to San Ramon Planning Commission members at the most recent hearing on the Faria Preserve.

Read the full story here Web Link posted Tuesday, December 24, 2013, 1:37 PM

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Posted by Julia
a resident of Alamo
on Dec 25, 2013 at 10:23 am

hey you folks in Danville...it appears you have a great city neighbor to the South of you...You taught them well....Build, Build and Build some more..

Keep building until there is know where else to build.

And then complain about over building...but the self serving fools that approved all this building will be gone from office and on they way out they only give you the highway salute.

MERRY CHRISTMAS or HAPPY HOLIDAY which ever you prefer...

You do know the Santa Claus myth destroyed the true meaning of CHRISTMAS.
Just something to think about.

Thank you for listening, this is a real Julia Pardini from Alamo


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Posted by Realist
a resident of Danville
on Dec 26, 2013 at 10:45 am

If people are serious about opposing the plan, they had better hire traffic experts and water experts, possibly a biologist, plus an attorney to check for consistency with the general plan and the California Environmental Quality Act. Otherwise, the opponents are wasting their breath and time. Don't let the City and its politicians fool you into "waiting for the draft EIR to come out". By then it is WAY too late to do anything to legally challenge the project.


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Posted by MJ
a resident of San Ramon
on Dec 26, 2013 at 3:33 pm

Why is Julia of Alamo sprouting off about a planned development in San Ramon? I live close by and will be impacted, but not as much as those in Thomas Ranch. And Julia, why should Danville folks care?
Anyway,Julia, I feel sorry for you that you wouldn't have anything better to do on Christmas then insult others.


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Posted by Frankly
a resident of Danville
on Dec 27, 2013 at 6:29 am

The hidden bottom line is MONEY.

More houses more property tax rolling into town.

More money pitted against "RIGHTS" to build, community will always lose.

So the front line is the town council persons who see more chances to use more money to impress more people for more votes.

Vicious circle??

Sure does seem so!!!


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Posted by Norm Stanley
a resident of Danville
on Dec 27, 2013 at 3:40 pm

Hey go easy on Julia Pardini, everyone. She OBVIOUSLY would educate herself on local politics and society, go out campaigning, and make an actual difference in her community, but unfortunately the men in white shirts won't let her out of the home for more than an hour a day. So alas, she's trapped on these forums.

Also, there'd be no point in going outside since the CIA would read her mind as soon as she set foot outside the door, then send in the Illuminati-trained Seal Team 7 to replace all her WASP neighbors with brown-skinned people.


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