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Dublin's Lockhart back in the news to help schools

Original post made by Jeb Bing, editor of the Pleasanton Weekly, on Jun 11, 2009

One of Pleasanton's favorite neighboring politicians--former Dublin mayor Janet Lockhart--has just been named executive director of the Dublin Partners in Education, a non-profit organization much like the Pleasanton Partnerships in Education that is dedicated to helping schools. Lockhart is a perfect choice for the DPIE in its work with Supt. Stephen Hanke of the Dublin Unified School District to find more than $3 million to restore budget shortfalls caused by cutbacks in state funding.

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Posted by Frank Lee
a resident of Another Pleasanton neighborhood
on Jun 11, 2009 at 8:52 am

Jeb Bing, with all due respect, you can stop drooling now. As I read your PR piece, I was anticipating this line: Janet Lockhart heals the sick and walks on water. Last night she parted the Pacific Ocean and found a pot of gold so big it will surely solve everyones problems, the world-over. ;)