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Pleasanton cemetery committee to meet tonight

City to make purchase information available for those who want to buy new plots

Members of a citizens' committee that has been organized to help in the continued development of Pleasanton Pioneer Cemetery on Sunol Boulevard will hold a public meeting at 7 p.m. Monday to consider future planning of the facility.

Jim DeMersman, executive director of the Museum On Main, will discuss the historical background of the Dublin Cemetery and how its development might parallel future work on the Pleasanton cemetery.

Also at the meeting, Fan Ventura of the city's Parks and Community Development Department will talk about new plots at the cemetery and when they will be available to those who have signed up to purchase them. Some plots are still available.

Howard Neely, a member of the ad hoc citizens' committee, said the meeting will last one hour and will be held in the Veterans Memorial Building on Main Street.

- Jeb Bing

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