In Pleasanton, the annual event has become a chance to close off neighborhood streets for a few hours of barbecuing and social chatter, with police, firefighters and representatives of the city government stopping by to introduce themselves and join in the fun. Although this was the 28th annual National Night Out across the country, it was just 10 years ago that Pleasanton joined in.
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