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San Ramon council to review potential uses for old Mudd's restaurant property

Original post made on Dec 10, 2019

The San Ramon City Council is set to discuss potential uses for the former Mudd’s restaurant property during its regular meeting on Tuesday.

Read the full story here Web Link posted Monday, December 9, 2019, 4:33 PM

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Posted by Franette Armstrong
a resident of San Ramon
on Dec 10, 2019 at 9:36 am

Thank you for the very complete story! In addition to sunsets fantastic trip donation, and international engineer in firm located in San Ramon has pledged to provide pro bono engineering services to us and a very large commercial contractor is interested in helping us with our infrastructure once we have our plans available.

I hope everyone who cares about this beautiful and historic building and would like to see it have a new life as a wonderful facility for all the people in the tri-Valley area, will come to the meeting tonight and express their opinions.

And oh, one more thing: Save Mudds for All has become a California nonprofit corporation called San Ramon Nature Park Foundation with a Board of Directors and an advisory board made up of three of our former mayors. After tonight‘s meeting, if the vote goes our way, we will apply for federal nonprofit status and begin to raise the rest of the money and resources we need to make our vision come true.

Stay tuned!

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Posted by Franette Armstrong
a resident of San Ramon
on Dec 10, 2019 at 9:39 am

So sorry for the typos above… My phone changes everything. I meant to say “in addition to the fantastic donation from Sunset, an international engineering firm in San Ramon has agreed to help us with our engineering needs.”

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Posted by john-2008
a resident of San Ramon
on Dec 10, 2019 at 6:21 pm

john-2008 is a registered user.

I could not possibly care for Mudd Restaurant, or it’s restoration. Sunset is “donating” a few dollars to soften public opposition to their plans for ruining San Ramon by building thousands of congested housing units in the middle of city to make more billions for their billionaire owners. In the meantime our traffic congestion is becoming a nightmare due to their useless city Center mall. Please stop Sunset Develpment cause the sunset of San Ramon quality of life.

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Posted by Kjgamble
a resident of San Ramon
on Dec 11, 2019 at 10:11 pm

Kjgamble is a registered user.

I strongly agree with John 2008. I just posted something similar on the article about Dublin finally figuring out that people want a downtown. Instead we have a Building of steel slats-an architectural disaster. I just can’t imagine how that got passed one person let alone the entire city council. It’s awful. And the high end shops are ridiculous. You never see anyone carrying packages. Did they forget the new demographics? This is not Blackhawk. And lest we forget the AstroTurf amongst all the cement. No life in the place except the restaurants which we were desperate for in this city.

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