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San Ramon: Mayor's Breakfast to focus on natural disasters

Original post made on Nov 29, 2018

Natural disasters will be the featured topic of this month's San Ramon Mayor’s Breakfast with Mayor Bill Clarkson, and residents are invited to come eat and speak with the mayor about this topic as well as others that are affecting the city.

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Posted by Tareq Barakzoy
a resident of San Ramon
on Nov 29, 2018 at 11:29 am

I am glad to hear that SR mayor is discussing the natural disasters. However, in my experience GHAD has been a huge bureaucratic waste of money. The lack of visibility to what GHAD does brings up even more questions. Does anyone know what they do and how that helps the city and its citizens?
At a minimum, with big fire occurring regularly all around us, Oak trees that were planted in Bridges neighborhood hillsides are never trimmed. These are areas posted as under GHAD jurisdiction. Numerous emails to trim the grass and trees that are dangerously close to homes have gone unanswered or severely delayed response were received.

Posted by Larry Fong
a resident of San Ramon
on Nov 29, 2018 at 3:00 pm

For those that don't know what a GHAD, referenced in a comment,is ... Geologic Hazard and Abatement District
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