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Golden Skate to remain open through end of year amid uptick in attendance

Original post made on Jul 28, 2022

San Ramon's Golden Skate roller rink no longer has a firm closing date, following an uptick in attendance and community support for the facility, and delays with permitting and development for a townhouse project for the site.

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Posted by dlq
a resident of San Ramon
on Jul 28, 2022 at 2:34 pm

dlq is a registered user.

I expect the SR planning commission to consider the value of family oriented recreation activities and find workarounds/alternatives to the state mandated income based housing rules. My adult children grew up enjoying the rink, especially Birthday celebrations. We all should support Mr. Sharifi in his sincere effort to make the rink available and financially viable. SR should consider using parks and recreation funding to support this cause through City sponsored events.

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