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Parade, then flooded streets make for exciting 4th of July in Danville

Original post made on Jul 8, 2013

Downtown Danville was back to its hot summer normalcy on Saturday after hosting thousands on the morning of the Fourth of July for the Kiwanis San Ramon Valley Parade, then having a water main break around 6 p.m. that same evening near the intersection of Hartz Avnue and Diablo Road.

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Posted by Julia
a resident of Alamo
on Jul 8, 2013 at 9:02 am

Interesting header on this article..."Then Flooded Streets make for Exciting 4th of July in Danville".

I think the more responsible thinking folks in Danville would not describe the flooding as "EXCITING" especially if their business was harmed. The author of this article should rethink the use of their adjective as related to flooding.

Sometimes I wonder where they received their journalism degree.

Thank for listening...Julia Pardini from Alamo


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