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News - November 29, 2013

City revenue beats expectation in 2012-13 fiscal year

Golf course bonds paid, leaving Pleasanton 'construction debt free'

by Jeb Bing

The city of Pleasanton ended fiscal year 2012-13 more than $1 million over its projected municipal operating budget as sales and hotel taxes edged their way back from recession-year lows, the city's finance director Emily Wagner reported.

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