Planning Commision wrestles with ideas, concepts in North Camino Ramon area Around Town, posted by , a resident of , on Apr 5, 2012 at 1:56 pm
San Ramon's Planning Commission is continuing to refine its vision for the North Camino Ramon Specific Plan while opponents urge that the plan be modified, done in stages or scrapped altogether. At the second of three planned public hearings, 11 people showed up and just two opposed the plan.
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Posted by Sue, a resident of San Ramon, on Apr 5, 2012 at 1:56 pm
We're with Jim Gibbon ! There IS NOT one advantage to developing North Camino Ramon area for the city of San Ramon . It will only make traffic worse , disturb the existing open space and overcrowd our schools. Please reconsider this project and shelve it forever .
Posted by Bob P, a resident of another community, on Apr 8, 2012 at 11:13 am
Sue, it is always much easier to 'just say no' to everything, then it is to work for a 'win-win' solution. In reality, there is always a way to find a fit for most things. There are lots of positive things that could result from the NCRSP, and there are a few negative aspects that can be adequately addressed.
In planning decisions, there are never black and white answers. Most answers lie in shades of grey. It took me some time to figure that out, and it made things much less stressful and emotional once I figured that out. There are those who are polarized in their thinking, but the truth lies in the middle.