San Ramon city officials to talk 2020 during goal-setting workshop

Special council meeting to also review city's financial prospects

As the end of the year creeps closer, the San Ramon City Council already has its eyes set on 2020 and is set to meet for a special meeting to discuss citywide goals for the upcoming new year.

Set to be held Wednesday evening, council members will gather for their annual end of the year meeting to discuss the city’s future financial outlook, potential issues that may arise and set their own goals for the city.

This will serve as the last end of the year goal-setting workshop serving as mayor for Bill Clarkson, who will term out after being elected to a fourth and final term as the city’s mayor in 2018.

The City Council’s special goal-setting workshop is set to be held 6 p.m. Wednesday, at the City Hall EOC Meeting Room, 7000 Bollinger Canyon Road.

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