This Week in San Ramon: Feb. 6 to 12

Didn't get a chance to read up during the week? Here's a look at what happened.

Crime: after police say he broke into his ex-girlfriend's apartment and stabbed a man.

Enrique De La Campa was booked on $500,000 bail in the county jail on Thursday. The victim and his ex were not hurt, police said.

Housing authority: To make sure San Ramon would still get some $600,000 in affordable housing funding if the state shutters its redevelopment agency, .

The new governmental body will oversee low-income housing and related programs, basically assuming responsibilities previously assigned to the redevelopment agency.

Life on the edge: A Patch editor took his camera to the site of the Interstate 680 repayment project. Read his account of .

Speaker series: If you’re a high school student or a parent looking for career advice, consider registering for one of ’s 2011 Speaker Series.

“The Skills and Ethics Needed for Success in the 21st Century” will be held at the district’s four high schools on March 2, 9, 16 and 23. Want more details? .

Cost-cutting: The year ahead doesn't look much brighter than the present in terms of city finances, according to a newly released report.

To cope with the protracted effects of a weak economy, the city is considering lower pension benefits for new hires, unpaid furlough days and a continued hiring freeze. .

If we missed anything, or if you want to let us know about upcoming events or share a news tip, zap an e-mail to jenniferw@patch.com.


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