Hacienda Business Park gets new lease on life
Original post made on Sep 19, 2013
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on Sep 19, 2013 at 8:55 am
Do whatever it takes to make Hacienda economically viable and competitive. The city coffers depend on the revenue from sales and property taxes plus occupancy taxes, to keep our parks, streets, and other services at a high level. Hacienda is what made our quality of life in Pleasanton possible
on Sep 19, 2013 at 9:26 am
Karla Brown is just afraid some of the high density housing that is overtaking east Pleasanton might wind up in her Vintage Hills backyard. Define NIMBY? Karla Brown!
on Sep 19, 2013 at 9:32 am
Is there even any commercial business growth in Hacienda? In 1997 I had a job at a high tech company in the Hacienda park. After they where sold I found employment on the 237 corridor. I've been working down south ever since. I have hardly seen any new high tech companies, or any new business at all come to Hacienda in the last 15 years. There are countless new companies along 237 and on the peninsula. I have no problem finding work down there. I'd like to work in Pleasanton and stop commuting. What is being done to bring employers to Hacienda?