Moraga leaders consider development initiative
“The council needs to get some accurate information out.”
Moraga officials will study the legality of an initiative proposed for the June ballot that would preserve parts of Bollinger Canyon and Indian Valley in exchange for some development rights. via Contra Costa Times
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#1 Feb 28, 2008
no on houses yes on a big indian valley casino.
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