Castro Valley Municipal Advisory Council 3600 Norbridge Ave, Castro Valley, CA94546 In unincorporated Castro Valley, the next best thing to a city hall is the Municipal Advisory Council, which meets on…More the second and fourth Monday of every month in the Chabot Meeting Room at the Castro Valley Library. Meeting procedures follow those of the Brown Act--you get to address the board with comments or concerns on a range of issues--from local planning and zoning issues to requests for concentrated efforts to revitalize your neck of the neighborhood. Agendas and minutes are posted on the <a href="http://www.acgov.org/calendar_app/DisplayListServlet?site=Internet&ag=CDA&ty=plan&sty=mac">Alameda County Planning Meetings</a> website.
Longtime real estate pro Craig Ragg opened his own office in 1983, handling residential properties exclusively. Ragg…More knows the ins and outs of the business, and is very familiar with the region, so whether you're interested in buying or selling, he can help you at every step in the process.</p>
<p>In addition to beingm an experienced broker, Ragg is also a past chairman of the Castro Valley Municipal Advisory Council, which hears planning and zoning matters for Alameda County.</p>
<p>His office is in the large terra-cotta-colored building across from Castro Valley BART. There's ample parking in back.</p>