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The Last Bus.....for me

Original post made by Simply Sterling, San Ramon, on Mar 9, 2013

When my husband and I rented a house in San Ramon last year, we were informed by our landlord that busses comes through the neighborhood and specifically down our street. We were desperate to find a rental since our present home was under contract and our tenant would be moving in soon. Good rentals were tough to find in San Ramon and there were several people lining up for the one we liked best. So we ignored the fact that the Contra Costa County Transit authority ran busses Monday through Friday down our street and signed on for the rental glad to have a place to hang our hats.

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