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San Ramon Planning Commission to continue review of City Center Mixed Use Master Plan

Original post made on Dec 3, 2019

Ongoing development of the City Center Mixed Use Master Plan will continue during the San Ramon Planning Commission’s regular meeting on Tuesday, during which time officials will review the proposed 4,500 housing-unit project.

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Posted by john-2008
a resident of San Ramon
on Dec 3, 2019 at 8:52 pm

john-2008 is a registered user.

NO to congestion, no to new hotel
If these are so great build them where you live in Hillsborough


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Posted by San Ramon Resident
a resident of San Ramon
on Dec 5, 2019 at 12:47 pm

SEVEN STORY BUILDINGS IN SAN RAMON! Find buildings that tall in Dublin or Danville. The existing business buildings will be dwarfed by these huge housing complexes. The fire department doesn't have truck and ladders to reach these tall buildings. The Bishop Ranch area will look like a maze of building. Parking is NOT going underground. It's going to be a boon to the local businesses, but not to those who already live here. If Sunset Development really thinks that people are going to walk or take bikes to work, school, little league games, school parent nights, music lessons, eating out, with children in tow, etc., they're crazy.


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