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Danville council to discuss key downtown projects

Town staff to provide updates on water-main replacement, Danville Hotel property and Hartz Avenue improvements

The Danville Town Council is set to receive updates about several significant downtown construction projects during its meeting Tuesday (Jan. 14).

The presentation from town staff will highlight activities including the water-main replacement, Danville Hotel property redevelopment, utility undergrounding and Hartz Avenue beautification, according to Geoff Gillette, town public information coordinator.

The council meeting will convene at 7:30 p.m. inside the Town Meeting Hall on Front Street.

Council members will consider a resolution adopting a policy for mandated reporters of child abuse or neglect.

They will also receive the quarterly investment update as well as reports from the finance director, TRAFFIX member and Central Contra Costa Solid Waste Authority member.

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Posted by disgusted
a resident of Danville
on Jan 14, 2014 at 8:47 pm

Will someone please ask Newell Arnerich, board member of Traffix bus program and Danville Town Council member (also candidate for State Assembly), how come he approved the SummerHill 69-home project for the Diablo Road area that will add 1000 car-trips per day to this congested area? We just got buses to ease the severe congestion, then he makes it worse again! How is that for wasting Traffix tax dollars! Thanks, Newell.

I will think of Newell and the rest of the Danville Town Council every time I am stuck in traffic for 10-15 minutes just coming out of Magee Ranch and waiting behind a 100+-car back-up at the stop sign at Mt. Diablo Scenic/Diablo Rd. Then I still have to stop at more backed up intersections on the way to deliver my son to Monte Vista High School!

And what happens when the Traffix tax funds dry up? Pure mayhem!


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