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There AM a meeting here tonight!

Original post made by Forest Warn, another community, on May 15, 2008

Brothers and Sisters,

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Posted by CDSI community courtesy
a resident of another community
on May 15, 2008 at 4:05 pm

Dear Iron Horse neighbors,

This is the Roundabout website you requested. Be sure to understand the difference between a traffic circle and a roundabout. Roundabouts typically have a larger inside diameter than the current roadway and would not fit easily between Safeway and Longs. Traffic circles, previously referenced in other forums are reportedly dangerous due to lack of staging for cars entering and exiting the circle.

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As a CDSI community courtesy,

Hal Bailey
Member, CDSI Research Fellowship


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Posted by Reverend Ron
a resident of another community
on May 16, 2008 at 7:40 am

It is sad to report, Brothers and Sisters, that our congregation was only a few but the WORD was shared by all.

The AIA provided reception to Contra Costa County Public Works Transportation Representative and interactively discussed the three separate listings of projects for our roads and lanes with specific attention to all of Danville Boulevard and Stone Valley Road.

Mr. Brad Waite, President, Alamo Improvement Association, hopes to have a broader response to commitments by CCC-PW Transportation from our entire region and its neighborhoods. Thus, log-on to www.alamoca.org and access the President's e-mail and provide your intentions for our region's roads and lanes. CCC-PW suggested that the same message be sent through District 3 Supervisor to CCC-PW's attention (which means it will never be delivered).

The oxymoron in this exercise is the idea that the will of regional politics will somehow change from the constant expansion of corridors in our Diablo Vista (Alamo) region for commute traffic. Any suggestion that does not meet that continuing goal will be ignored (with or without incorporation).

May I hear AMEN?

OX

One HAL of a Pal

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