Talk:San Ramon, California
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San Ramon is NOT "just south over the Alameda county line."
Hey Im from San Ramon.I was acctually born in San Mateo, but move to San Raon when I was 6, in 1980. I noticed right off the bat you mention that S.R. is in Contra Costa County, but it is described as being just south over the Alameda county line. THIS STATEMENT IS INCORRECT. San Ramon is the southern most city in Contra Costa County...therefore, it sits just North of Alameda County. Dublin, Ca, sits "just south" over the Alameda County boarder. Come to think of it, San Ramon doesn't sit ANYWHERE just over any boarder, unless it's a Contra Costa County boarder, but it is on the Alameda boarder. Alameda sits south of Co. Co. County. ````Chad Wiest —Preceding unsigned comment added by Chad wiest (talk • contribs) 15:16, 7 October 2010 (UTC)