Are there bigger issues in Contra Costa County that must be considered or is incorporation the only answer for Alamo? Is the county leadership hoping that Alamo neighborhoods will be distracted by discussions of incorporation? If Alamo issues are the abuse of our neighborhoods by county policy, projects and programs, why not reform the county and replace its leadership? Communities and neighborhoods throughout Contra Costa County are organizing efforts to do just that in the 2008 elections. Will you let your priorities be known at the May 30 Alamo incorporation meeting?
Hal Bailey, on behalf of Alamo neighborhoods