Perhaps a story ran here on D.E. a while back about this, but I am curious how many of my fellow Danville-ites are aware of the development that is about to commence along the West side of San Ramon Valley Road, a bit north of the Greenbrook overcrossing ? I usually drive on the east side of 680 along Camino Ramon, but today I took the "scenic route" - such as it is for the time being. Due to and probably only because of, our lack of bedrock, the development won't rise up the steeper flank of the West hills, but it is certainly going to cover one of the few remaining lovely open spaces adjacent to SRV Road. Likely with KB's typical high density ricky ticky tacky cookie cutters.
How the heck do these projects keep flying through the process with so little public input - or did I miss something? Is it rime to take local voting more seriously when it comes to our city council? I believe that it is.
Maybe this was covered well once before and I failed to realize the actual location, but somehow I doubt it.