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11 pull papers for Alamo election

By Lisa Vorderbrueggen
Thursday, November 20th, 2008 at 3:16 pm in Contra Costa politics.

UPDATE: 11/21/08, 2:33 P.M. And then there were 13. Diane Barley and Karen McPherson have pulled papers.

Eleven people have pulled papers for a chance to win a seat on Alamo’s very first, five-member town council.

The 17,000 or so residents of this upscale enclave south of Walnut Creek will vote March 3 on whether or not to incorporate.

And if they say yes, they will need a governing board. Candidates have until Dec. 5 to complete the necessary paperwork to appear on the March 3 ballot alongside the incorporation question.

People who have pulled papers include: Karl Niyati, Joseph Rubay, Dennis Johnson, Lawrence Kaye, Vishwas More, Stephan Mick, Vicki Koc, Edward Chiverton, Tejbir Khanna, Randy Nahas and David Bowlby.

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