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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
Livermore: State Attorney General backs city in call for expedited review of Eden Housing appeal
California Attorney General Rob Bonta began the process of filing an amicus brief in the case of Save Livermore Downtown v. City of Livermore, supporting the city's request for dismissal or expedited review of the pending appeal.
[Wednesday, August 10, 2022]

Livermore citizen group sues city for not processing Eden Housing referendum
Newly formed community group Move Eden Housing filed a lawsuit in Alameda County Superior Court last Monday, taking their efforts to force the city to process their referendum petition a step further.
[Sunday, August 7, 2022]

Livermore puts hold on airport development; staff to create new policy
The Livermore Municipal Airport's development policy has been temporarily suspended amid plans to create new regulations that will better align development procedures with city requirements and industry standards.
[Tuesday, August 2, 2022]

Little League Intermediate World Series underway in Livermore
The international Little League Intermediate World Series kicked off in Livermore on Sunday at Max Baer Park.
[Monday, August 1, 2022]

Livermore sewer line extension project headed to Nov. 8 election
The proposed measure to extend sewer service beyond the urban growth boundary to serve wine country uses is on its way to the Nov. 8 general election ballot.
[Thursday, August 4, 2022]

Livermore downtown redevelopment debate heats up again
The contentious Eden Housing project planned for downtown Livermore continues to spur debate after the city's decision to not process a referendum petition to overturn the revised developer agreement recently approved by the council.
[Sunday, July 31, 2022]

Encore Players to showcase history of diversity in baseball
The Encore Players are bringing a new show, 'Take Me Out to the Ballgame: Baseball Over the Years', to the Livermore Library Civic Center branch on Monday.
[Thursday, July 21, 2022]

District unveils new Livermore High School gym
LVJUSD recently held an open house for the community to view and tour Livermore High School's brand-new gymnasium, which was built as part of the voter-approved Measure J bond facilities improvement projects.
[Monday, July 18, 2022]

Livermore approves ballot initiative language for sewer line extension
The Livermore City Council voted unanimously Monday to adopt a resolution certifying environmental documents and ballot initiative language to extend sanitary sewer service beyond the urban growth boundary to serve wine country uses.
[Wednesday, July 13, 2022]

Court upholds county's approval of Aramis solar project in Livermore
An Alameda County Superior Court judge recently denied local citizen groups' lawsuit challenging the county-approved Aramis Solar energy project planned for development in unincorporated Alameda County just north of Livermore.
[Friday, July 15, 2022]