[rodeogulchbroadband] Re: Initial counts from the GIS map.

Pete,

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On 4/8/11 6:03 PM, Pete Haworth wrote:
> Thanks Kevin.  I've double checked all the counts and I think I have
> them right. I talked to the GIS folks again and they told me that the
> unnamed streets on the may are just driveways, small roads that likely
> have Rodeo Gulch addresses.
>
> I just need to know which streets/addresses have already been
> connected to Comcast.  Even allowing for the counts of existing
> connections, it seems like the actual counts are quite a bit higher
> than Comcast's and that doesn't even allow for multiple subscribers
> per household.
>
> Everything is just scribbled down on a piece of paper right now so
> I'll spend some time putting it into a spreadsheet.  I don't know if
> this list allows attachments - if so, I can send it out to everyone
> for comments and corrections.
>
> Eric - should we get this information to your Comcast contact?
>
> Pete
>
> On Fri, Apr 8, 2011 at 4:57 PM, Kevin McElhinny
> <kevinmcelhinny@xxxxxxxxx <mailto:kevinmcelhinny@xxxxxxxxx>> wrote:
>
>     Pete, For all intents and purposes you need go no further than
>     Sage Lane as there are no more N Rodeo Gulch addresses past Sage.
>     Thanks Kevin
>
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>     *Pete Haworth
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>     *Subject:* [rodeogulchbroadband] Initial counts from the GIS map.
>
>      
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>     I've started working on the online map from gis and it's a good
>     source of info for counts but not addresses.I've made a list of
>     counts by street name but need some guidance on just which streets
>     are included in this.
>
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>
>     First question is - do I stop where Rodeo Gulch joins Mountain
>     View Road?  The map is a little confusing because it shows Rodeo
>     Gulch curving off to the East and becoming Laurel Gulch.  Don;t
>     know if that area is part of this or not, but I stopped at
>     Mountain View Road.
>
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>     Rodeo Ridge Road.  There are several street along there that
>     eventually end up on Hilltop Road and then on to Old San Jose
>     Road.  I've included Yardarm Ct, Bowline Ct., Mainsail Place,
>     Transom Ct but nothing from Panorama Drive onwards. 
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>     I also notice quote a few streets that come over from Old San Jose
>     but don;t actually join up with Rodeo Gulch, mainly just a little
>     East of Sage Lane (Aurora Road is the main one).  ANyone know if
>     they have cable?
>
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>     The preliminary count I have is 362, way more than Comcast's
>     estimate, which makes me want to double check it.  I know I've
>     included some of the streets that already have cable but I need to
>     go back through the list to see which streets they were.  Is there
>     an archive for the list somewhere?
>
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>     The GIS maps have a fairly large number of unnamed roads on them
>     so I also want to find their names if possible.
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>     AFter I've double checked, maybe if I send out a sample of the
>     counts I have for some of the streets and people could verify if
>     the numbers I have are correct.
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>     Thanks,
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>     Pete
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