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San Ramon City Council to review state's 'Housing Crisis Act of 2019'

Original post made on Jan 14, 2020

The San Ramon City Council is set to discuss California’s housing crisis and how state legislation is limiting local control during its regular meeting on Tuesday evening.

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Posted by Al
a resident of San Ramon
on Jan 14, 2020 at 9:30 am

The City and State governments are supposed to support and represent the citizens, but our City and our State are not. They are lowering our quality of life.Traffic in San Ramon is horrible. The infrastructure cannot support the addition of thousands of new residents next to Bollinger Canyon Road. It is just making the developers richer.

Build on the far edges. Add new roads Why not in Danville and Alamo?


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Posted by Resident
a resident of San Ramon
on Jan 14, 2020 at 12:57 pm

The first paragraph of what Al wrote makes sense & I agree 100& with. His second one liner paragraph is not acceptable.

Why does San Ramon even have a city council if it is micro managed & inflexibly ruled by the dictates of Sacramento to build more & more high density housing.

California is circling the drain. Residents are leaving this once great state. Why?, because CA is run by an ultra-liberal one party dictatorship. Why?, because the non-critical thinking voters here keep returning ultra-liberals to office.


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Posted by Resident San Ramon
a resident of San Ramon
on Jan 27, 2020 at 1:31 pm

Is the city of San Ramon going to address the homeless issues? I have seen numerous homeless people, both men and women. Carts full of stuff, homeless people living out of their vehicles parking in the Safeway Parking lot. When you do not deal with these issues early on you are going to end up like San Francisco and Oakland. Are they being directed towards shelters or any services to get them off the street?


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