There is a question circulating today “Is Round Hill Country Club a good neighbor in Alamo?”
It seems that lighting tennis courts and the revenue generated is more important than neighbors nearby. It raises interesting civil rights considerations due to good neighbor statutes that protect individual residents from the willful power of a larger corporate or institutional opponent.
Certainly the lack of interactive discussion and mitigation available at Contra Costa County Municipal Advisory Council meetings in Alamo cannot answer that question. MAC members are not allowed to engage all parties in an interactive discussion to better understand the issues.
So, do we know if Round Hill Country Club is a good neighbor?