Original post made by Pete on Feb 5, 2012
So the question may be: How does our City really determine whether or not the law or policy has been satisfied to approve Wal-Mart's application without due process?... from my understanding, the City of Pleasanton has asked Wal-Mart's intention of said property and until the facts or received and understood, this could not possibly be a "Done Deal."
According to the Pleasanton Weekly, a letter is being circulated around that particular neighborhood that encourages their voice be heard. Isn't that what our elected representatives are there for? Wal-Mart is bypassing a process so important to Pleasanton. Our Community is connected by shared interests... to lose that due process... what does that mean to you?
If you were a member and logged in you could track comments from this story.
Be a sport: Send us your youth sports news, scores and photos
By Gina Channell-Allen | 0 comments | 409 views
When Adult Children Go Off to College: Keeping Your Eye on The Law
By Elizabeth LaScala | 0 comments | 322 views