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Alamo meeting Tuesday night to give facts on incorporation

Original post made on Apr 4, 2008

The Alamo Incorporation Movement will hold a public meeting Tuesday to discuss Alamo's potential transition to cityhood. But despite the hot topic, AIM members say the purpose is to answer questions and inform the community - not foster debate.

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Posted by Osymo Ron, a resident of another community
on Apr 4, 2008 at 7:43 am

Dear neighbors,

The Alamo Towne Fool will be holding a meeting on the second Tuesday of next week to consider the formation of several governments:

Alamorinda County: We propose that the area from Piedmont through Walnut Creek including Mount Diablo, Diablo and Alamo form Alamorinda County to more exactly serve our cultures quite separate from Costly Contra (Contra Costa) County and the Sandra Moan (San Ramon) Valley.

The Professor Harold Hill Memorial Tomfoolery District: As multiple colleges for the promotion of fools, our new school district would be headquartered on the Monte Vista High School campus next to their very lovely new parking lot in the Stang Center for the Comedic Arts named for Arnold Stang.

Diablo Vista California: As a new monarchy in Alamorinda County, the areas of Saranap, Rudgear, parts of Walnut Creek to Diablo Road would crown a Queen and five Tribal Princesses and conduct government using the rules of CBS' Survivor.

The District of Alamo: As the regional, rejuvenated, renovated, and expanded business district, Alamorinda County and Diablo Vista California would create a new MALL of commercial business headquarters, expanding retail and hospitality, high-density/high-rise luxury residential, Stone Lake and, of course, The Hotel Snaysmuth.

Please join us @ODDs, a Saloon for Fools, at an address near you, batteries are not included.


One HAL of a Pal

Posted by Oxymo Ron, a resident of another community
on Apr 4, 2008 at 4:22 pm

Dear neighbors,

So many have asked for home delivery of FACTS, much like pizza, and yet the facilities for such delivery are lacking. Besides, you would have to TIP and they would likely come wrapped in newsprint.


One HAL of a Pal

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