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Pleasanton Weekly

Opinion - July 27, 2012

Planning Pleasanton's 'last frontier'

The 18-member East Pleasanton Specific Plan Task Force will hold its first meeting next Thursday to begin a two-year planning process for Pleasanton's last frontier in terms of commercial, residential and recreational development. Officially approved and given its marching orders July 17 by the Pleasanton City Council, the task force's mission will be to look at the largely empty 1,000 acres east of Valley Avenue and stretching along Busch Road and Stanley Boulevard to the Livermore city limits, well east of a quarry road that eventually will become an extension of El Charro Road from I-580 to Stanley. The site, which will include manmade lakes and trails, is larger than Hacienda Business Park.

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