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Opinion - February 14, 2014

Recycled water to the rescue

After more than a decade of resistance, recycled water is coming to Pleasanton. Purple pipes to carry the treated water already are in the ground along the newly extended section of Stoneridge Drive, with recycled water purchased from Livermore -- a longtime user of recycled water -- now being used to irrigate Stoneridge Creek Park and nearby public land.

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