Analysis confirms that Alamo Incorporation is fiscally sound
Original post made by Steve Mick on Jul 24, 2008
available as a pdf file on our website.
As expected, the CFA conducted for LAFCO by Winzler & Kelly
conclusively supports the financial practicality of Alamo
incorporation. The CFA confirms that Alamo incorporation is fiscally
sound and substantially exceeds legally required minimums.
For up to date information on the Alamo
Incorporation effort, please visit our website:
on Jul 25, 2008 at 4:35 pm
On August 7, 2008, Contra Costa Local Agency Formation Commission
(LAFCO), will present incorporation study results in a community meeting held at the Creekside Church, 7PM to 9PM, Danville Blvd at La Serena in Alamo.
Incorporation opposition, supporters and those that differ with current AIM incorporation proposal should attend this meeting and determine if fiscal potential can somehow be defined in a city government that can be supported by a majority in an incorporation election. We encourage regional neighbors to attend this meeting to better understand the financial feasibility and form of government being offered.
Please study, State of California, "A Guide to the LAFCO Process for
Incorporation" - www.calafco.org, click on "resources" for further
And remember, County and county-related meetings use the term
"testimony" to describe commentary, opinion, concern and complaint
voiced by individual residents at their public meetings. Please do not be intimidated by the term 'testimony" and understand that the word is being misused due to its definition, "Evidence given under oath by a competent witness." At no time does your right of commentary, opinion, concern and complaint qualify as "testimony" or are you responsible for any commentary under the rules of law governing "testimony."
Keith Lewis, ad hoc community committee, Diablo Vista region
on Jul 29, 2008 at 7:07 am
For those attempting get more information concerning the LAFCO Study results and discussion of further definition of a town government suitable to a majority of voters, please realize that Alamo Community Foundation has blocked e-mail submission except for those individuals approved for submission via their mailbox table (approved list of recipients).
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Iron Horse neighbors
Diablo Vista region
on Jul 29, 2008 at 11:46 am
Alamo Community Foundation (ACF) may be contacted by e-mail at Alamo Community Foundation, email@example.com.
We recommend e-commentary to ACF prior to the August 7, 2008 meeting so ACF committee and LAFCO can prepare formal response. We again recommend attendance at the August 7, 2008 LAFCO study review meeting, Creekside Church, Danville Blvd at La Serena, Alamo CA.
By using e-mail submission of your commentary and questions, LAFCO and ACF will be better prepared to define study results and the nature of the town government proposed. In attending, neighbors will hear the first-hand responses to neighborhoods' questions and concerns.
Mark you calendar!
Diablo Vista region neighborhoods