My concern is regarding decisions that take place in the city council meetings that the Pleasanton weekly seemingly ignores.
Seemingly ignores, much to the consternation of the weekly readership and the Pleasanton electorate.
Several bloggers attempted to post minutes from the June 17, 2014 city council meeting. Where the council voted unanimously to spend $200,000.00 to pay a consulting contractor to get out the word for the water conservation law enacted by the city council.
The weekly immediately took those posts down along with their related commentary.
Posting the minutes of that city council meeting certainly would have raised the ire of the weekly readership and the Pleasanton electorate. Could this be why the weekly editorial staff took the posts down? They don't want to deal with the negative commentary surely to follow the posts?
The Bay Area news organizations from San Jose to San Francisco and beyond posted that story on their net works, that came out of that Pleasanton city council meeting, June 17, 2014. The weekly is continuing to not post it.
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