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SRVUSD set for joint meeting with Danville, San Ramon officials

Liaisons to meet and discuss issues facing the region

Government officials from all three of the San Ramon Valley's largest government agencies will gather on Thursday morning to share in their actions over the past year and discuss the pressing issues facing the community, during a special meeting in San Ramon.

Representatives from the San Ramon Valley Unified School District, town of Danville and city of San Ramon will meet to give updates on each agency’s activities over the past year and discuss how they can best work together.

The special joint meeting is open to the public and set to begin Thursday 8 a.m. at San Ramon City Hall, 7000 Bollinger Canyon Road, San Ramon.

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