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Sachs, Hudson win seat on San Ramon City Council

Original post made on Nov 6, 2013

San Ramon Planning Commissioner Harry Sachs won a seat on City Council and incumbent City Councilmember Dave Hudson held on to his seat in a tight race for the three top candidates. Sachs received 4,030 votes, or 31.15% of the total, topping Hudson's 3,782 votes, which gave him 29.24% of the total.

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Posted by Not asleep at the switch
a resident of Danville
on Nov 6, 2013 at 11:06 am

San Ramon residents were once again asleep during an election. They will be getting what they deserve: more high-density housing, more traffic, and a lower quality of life. Unfortunately for us in Danville, more housing means more demands for the SRV School District public to ante up money for schools, which the developers never are required to fully pay for.