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San Ramon residents invited to monthly Mayor's Breakfast at Clementine’s

Original post made on Sep 2, 2019

Residents in San Ramon will have the opportunity to eat breakfast and talk about the issues facing their community with their city’s mayor on Friday, when Mayor Bill Clarkson hosts his monthly Mayor’s Breakfast.

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Posted by Anonymous
a resident of San Ramon
on Sep 2, 2019 at 8:08 am

Mayor Clarkson should hold his breakfast on Saturdays, not Fridays. People who have common weekday obligations (work, family, etc) can't attend a community breakfast on a weekday morning. The type of people who can take time to be a such a meeting are typically upper-management people and business leaders, not the common average resident.

City leaders have plans to greatly alter the city of San Ramon, to urbanize what has been a suburban city. The mayor should have his community meetings at times when people can actually attend.

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