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Opinion - June 15, 2007

Guest Opinion

A decade of opportunities squandered

by Julie Testa

Pleasanton Unified School District has squandered a decade of opportunities. They now want the community to fund a parcel tax and are hinting at another bond measure as well.

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Julie Testa has been on a number of PUSD committees and is a founder of ROCA (Reduce Overcrowded Campuses Alliance). She has lived in Pleasanton since 1989 with her husband Nick and their three sons, Amador graduates of 2003, 2006 and a freshman at Foothill.


Posted by S. G., a resident of Another Pleasanton neighborhood
on Jun 16, 2007 at 9:50 pm

Dang, Julie Testa sure does know her stuff! ... I think people outta start listening a little (lot) more closely to her.

You Rock Julie!