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Opinion - June 6, 2014

Plaudits for Parks/Recreation Master Plan

The Pleasanton City Council voted unanimously Tuesday night to approve the city's new Parks and Recreation Master Plan, and with good reason. This mammoth document (200+ pages) and research project is the result of a 12-month process that included three community workshops, discussions with each of the city's 20 sports organizations, surveys of 21 community organizations and a total of 300 telephone interviews.

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Posted by Jennifer Pearce, a resident of Pleasanton Valley
on Jun 6, 2014 at 9:12 am

Many thanks to the Parks and Recreation Master Plan Committee, who worked tirelessly for the City for over a year to create this plan:

Jack Balch, John Loll, Joyce Berger, Greg Jetter, Todd Tucker, Christine Steiner, Gary Davila, Michael Hosterman, Kristine Farro, Roy Ficken, Kelly French, Andrea McGovern, and my own 8th grader, Jonathan Pearce.

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