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San Ramon: Clarkson set for final Mayor's Breakfast of 2019

Friday's guest speakers will be city staff, Steve Spedowfski & Simone Finney

San Ramon residents are invited to Clementine’s Restaurant on Friday morning where they will be able to eat breakfast and talk with Mayor Bill Clarkson during the last Mayor’s Breakfast of 2019.

A monthly series in which Clarkson meets with residents to talk about the pressing issues facing San Ramon over coffee and pancakes, for December’s breakfast the fourth-term mayor will be joined by deputy city manager Steve Spedowfski and city communications analyst Simone Finney.

“Steve and Simone will join us to discuss the work they are doing to enhance resident engagement by enhancing San Ramon's communications tools, including improving the city of San Ramon's webpage, use of social media and other tools,” Clarkson said in an email to residents. “I think the discussion is especially relevant right now and should be of great interest to both leaders and residents in our community.”

Past speakers that have attended the Mayor’s Breakfast include State Sen. Steve Glazer, former assemblywoman Catharine Baker, SRVFPD Fire Chief Paige Meyer, City Councilman Phil O’Loane, Contra Costa County Supervisor Candace Andersen and San Ramon Valley Unified School District Superintendent Rick Schmitt, to name a few.

Clarkson is entering his last year as mayor of San Ramon, and will term out after being elected to a fourth and final term as the city’s mayor in 2018.

“I'd like to wish you and your families peace and joy as we close out 2019. We all have much to be thankful for. 2019 has been very exciting and 2020 will be even more exciting,” he added. “Be safe and enjoy this special time of year with your friends and families.”

This month’s meeting will take place on Friday (Dec. 6) at the usual time and place 7:30-8:30 a.m. Clementine’s Restaurant, 18070 San Ramon Valley Blvd. The breakfast is free to attend and does not require a reservation. Residents are welcome to purchase food and drink, although it is not mandatory in order to join in on the conversation.

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