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Downtown Planning: Are developers now making the decisions?
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Dublin teachers authorize strike if contract settlement not reached
Dublin teachers have overwhelmingly voted to authorize a strike in the event that a contract settlement isn't reached with... Last comment on Mar 20, 2019 at 9:28 am | 4 comments

Swalwell reintroduces Journalist Protection Act
Last week U.S. Rep. Eric Swalwell and two East Coast congressmen reintroduced a bill that would make certain attacks on news... Last comment on Mar 25, 2019 at 2:57 pm | 39 comments

Council halts plans for 90-home senior housing on Merritt property
The Pleasanton City Council in effect has rejected a developer’s bid to build a 90-home project for seniors 55 and older... Last comment on Mar 25, 2019 at 3:50 pm | 21 comments

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"Chamber of Commerce trip"
Jerry and Cindy Sobrero, Stu and Cheryl Craig, Ken and Cindy Artinyan, Cyril Bonanno, Mark and Ann Fischer, Emil and Margie Oxsen in Tangier Morocco during a Pleasanton Chamber of Commerce trip. Fun! Submitted by Cindy Sobrero on Nov 21, 2017


Around Pleasanton: Downtown planning -- Are developers now making the decisions?
A task force that's about to wind up its 2-1/2-year effort to recommend a new "vibrancy plan" for downtown Pleasanton appears to have changed course. Tuesday, 2:17 PM

Compass buys Alain Pinel Realtors in latest acquisition
Compass, the venture-funded real-estate startup that launched its first office in the local market just over two years ago, became the Bay Area's largest residential brokerage firm this month after acquiring Tri-Valley powerhouse Alain Pinel Realtors for an undisclosed amount on March 9. Tuesday, 12:19 PM

Pleasanton Preps: Amador, Foothill softball teams pick up wins
The Amador Valley girls softball team picked up a pair of wins last week, beating Livermore and Granada. Tuesday, 2:06 PM

Principal moves: Solorzano resigning from Amador, Butler retiring from Pleasanton MS
Two Pleasanton Unified School District principals are stepping down at the end of the school year, according to public records included in the agenda packet for Tuesday night's school board meeting. Monday, 8:26 PM | 1 comments

March and April are all about art
The Alameda County Board of Supervisors recently recognized March as Art IS Education Month and April as Arts, Culture and Creativity Month. Tuesday, 3:27 PM

Appeals court upholds dismissal of Steinle parents’ negligence claim against city, sheriff
A federal appeals court Monday upheld the dismissal of a negligence claim against the city of San Francisco and former Sheriff Ross Mirkarimi by the parents of Kate Steinle, the Pleasanton native killed by a bullet from a gun held by an undocumented immigrant in a case that captured national attention. Monday, 8:36 PM | 4 comments

Let's go to the park
After one of the wettest Bay Area winters in recent memory, residents are ready to get outside and enjoy the sunnier weather of spring that has started to sneak through the clouds in recent days. Sunday, 1:20 PM

Zone 7 director Bill Stevens resigns, creating vacancy on board
Zone 7 Water Agency is in need of a new official to serve on its Board of Directors, after longtime board member William 'Bill' Stevens announced his retirement after more than 20 years at the position. Tuesday, 6:16 PM

Cricket for Cubs holds tournament to welcome the spring
More than 200 young athletes from across the Tri-Valley gathered at five different locations in Dublin, Pleasanton and San Ramon this month, to participate in Cricket for Cubs eighth Tri-Valley Inter-School Cricket Tournament. Monday, 1:10 PM

Rotary ups fight against polio
The Rotary Clubs in the Tri-Valley are having a "flash campaign" in March and April to eradicate the crippling disease worldwide once and for all. Monday, 8:26 PM

Council halts plans for 90-home senior housing on Merritt property
The Pleasanton City Council in effect has rejected a developer's bid to build a 90-home project for seniors 55 and older on the largely-vacant 45-acre Merritt property on Foothill Road. Thursday, 3:01 PM | 21 comments


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