Art patrons Gary and Nancy Harrington have yet another idea for Pleasanton: a Cultural Arts Park that will celebrate and embrace the city's diversity.
"The idea of a cultural park has been on our mind for several years as Pleasanton steadily grows in prosperity as well as diversity," Nancy Harrington wrote in a letter to supporters recently. "Businesses thrive, education levels advance, and cultural diversity progresses."
The Harringtons are envisioning a well-landscaped park with serene winding paths lined with sculptures and noted there is a possible site at Hacienda. They have talked to leaders in the city and at Hacienda Business Park and report enthusiasm for the concept, but they need to know if there is public support.
The Harringtons are asking those who agree with their concept to contact the Pleasanton City Council by Dec. 14 since it meets in early 2019 to set the city's project priorities.
The City Council may be contacted by calling 931-5001 or emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
Contact the Harringtons to show support or make a financial commitment at email@example.com.