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Cemetery plots going on sale

Pleasanton residents get first pick

People who live in Pleasanton and non-residents with a spouse or partner buried at Pioneer Cemetery will have first option to purchase plots starting Oct. 1.

Prices for full burial plots which include spaces for two burials are $10,000 and cannot be re-sold if not used.

The cemetery, at 5780 Sunol Blvd., has 200 plots and 200 cremation niches to sell at a maximum of two per family.

Beginning in April, any unsold spaces will be offered to the general public.

Information about plot locations, costs and purchase options is available through the city's agent, Jayne Archer of Catholic Funeral and Cemetery Services, at 455-9696.

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