Contra Costans are becoming more one community with the advent of e-exchanges. This morning, Kensington, El Sobrante, Byron, Bay Point and those yet to be MACs such as Alamo and Dougherty Valley were having active discussions of what is possible for a CCC proscibed MAC?
Communities and neighborhoods are reviewing MAC's purpose and advantages in each current community designated to be served by a MAC.
"would we be better served by a city council, a special district and many more questions that various resident counsel throughout Contra Costa are answering in precise summary" said a Byron MAC supporter.
Former MAC members and supporters have clearly defined the lack of community service provided by current CCC-MAC policy and celebrate the CCC-BOS' review of current policies authorized at yesterday's CCC-BOS meeting. Communities are ready to sit with CCC-BOS' internal committee and explain the failure since MAC reconstitution in June 2oo6.
This seems to be a major opportunity for supervisors to truly be in service to communities, but time will tell.
Hal, as a community courtesy to the ad hoc community committee, Diablo Vista (Alamo) region community of neighborhoods