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Cierra Bailey

Editor, Livermore Vine

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About Cierra
Cierra started her journalism career after college as an editorial intern with the Pleasanton Weekly in 2014. After pursuing opportunities in digital and broadcast media and attending graduate school at Syracuse University, she’s back as the editor of the Vine.
Stories by Cierra
Measure P comfortably surpasses threshold to pass in Livermore
Measure P, the South Livermore Sewer Extension Project, has received Livermore voters' stamp of approval to move forward, sitting at 66.59% (21,081) Yes votes in the Nov. 8 general election.
[Friday, November 25, 2022]

Marchand wins election in Livermore, back for second stint as mayor
After nine days of uncertainty since Election Night, John Marchand has declared victory as Livermore's mayor-elect. Marchand will lead the city as mayor for the second time, having served in the position previously from 2011-20.
[Monday, November 21, 2022]

Open Heart Kitchen names Bost as new executive director
Tri-Valley nonprofit Open Heart Kitchen will have a new executive director at the start of the new year, with John Bost set to take over the role from current Executive Director Heather Greaux, who will be transitioning to CFO.
[Friday, November 18, 2022]

Livermore: Move Eden Housing ordered to post $500,000 bond amid lawsuit
Citizen group Move Eden Housing was ordered by Alameda County Superior Court Judge Michael Markman to post a $500,000 bond to nonprofit developer Eden Housing, Inc. in a ruling issued Tuesday afternoon.
[Wednesday, October 19, 2022]

Livermore voting on sewer extension to wine country
The South Livermore Sewer Extension Project will be on the Nov. 8 general election ballot as Measure P after receiving unanimous support and approval from the City Council back in July.
[Monday, October 17, 2022]

Countywide Measure D aims to allow more flexibilities for wineries, equestrian facilities
County voters will decide whether to amend the 2000 'Save Agriculture and Open Space Lands' initiative, which has recently undergone a review of its effectiveness at balancing open space preservation and agriculture activities.
[Thursday, October 6, 2022]

'Dream Big' in Livermore
Livermore is starting to become known for its public art installations throughout the city, particularly the large murals dispersed throughout downtown on various building walls. The newest one also sends a message -- to 'Dream Big'.
[Tuesday, October 4, 2022]

Nonprofit invites community to experience A Taste of Africa
A Taste of Africa festival is returning to the Tri-Valley this weekend, featuring various forms of art, outdoor music, dance performances and more, organized by local nonprofit Cheza Nami Foundation.
[Thursday, September 29, 2022]

Motorcyclist dies in early morning Livermore crash
Livermore officers responded to a report of a traffic collision early Wednesday morning on Isabel Avenue and Airway Boulevard where a vehicle had struck a motorcyclist, police said. The motorcyclist was pronounced dead at the scene.
[Wednesday, September 21, 2022]

Staying Healthy: 75 years of LARPD
For the past 75 years, Livermore Area Recreation and Park District has provided the community with activities, programs, facilities and services to help all residents enjoy open space and remain active.
[Monday, September 26, 2022]