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Pleasanton council discusses impacts of recent state housing legislation
The Pleasanton City Council received a recap from city staff this week about the probable local impacts of the so-called... Last comment 1 hour ago | 5 comments

City OKs partial street closure to curtail cut-through traffic
Drivers soon won't be allowed to turn from Dublin Canyon Road onto Laurel Creek Drive after the Pleasanton City Council this... Last comment 16 hours ago | 29 comments

Capt. Bretzing retiring from Pleasanton PD
The Pleasanton Police Department is getting ready to say goodbye to one of its longest-tenured members, Capt. Jeff Bretzing,... Last comment on Feb 21, 2018 at 9:57 pm | 4 comments

City, Costco opponents make first court appearance in lawsuit
Last week marked the first court appearance in the lawsuit challenging the city's environmental clearances for its new Johnson... Last comment on Feb 21, 2018 at 12:31 pm | 57 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

 
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Dublin Vice Mayor Don Biddle dies after brief illness
Dublin Vice Mayor Don Biddle, who was serving in his 10th year on the Dublin City Council, died late Wednesday night after battling a brief illness. He was 80. Thursday, 6:18 PM

Building a bridge: Tri-Valley Asian Association hopes to help immigrants raise their voices
Sylvia Tian wants to be a "bridge" for new Asian immigrants in Pleasanton. To build a platform for them to become active community members and have their voices heard. Thursday, 4:52 PM | 1 comments

Editorial: Don't tune out; turn out for the June 5 primary
According to the Public Policy Institute of California, voter turnout in the June primaries hit an all-time low in non-presidential primary year of 2014. Lack of interest and time constraints were the top two reasons given by registered voters who said they do not always vote. Thursday, 4:44 PM | 2 comments

Art of Peace: New project turns dismantled firearms into 'beacons of light'
Alameda County District Attorney Nancy O'Malley, in partnership with the Robby Poblete Foundation, has announced a project entitled "The Art of Peace -- Alameda County." Thursday, 5:02 PM

City OKs partial street closure to curtail cut-through traffic
Drivers soon won't be allowed to turn from Dublin Canyon Road onto Laurel Creek Drive after the Pleasanton City Council this month voted in favor of the move after hearing complaints from residents in The Preserve about speeding commuters cutting through their neighborhood. Tuesday, 3:08 PM | 29 comments

'Untamed Australia' presentation at Livermore Library
Journalist-writer-photographer April Orcutt will present a slideshow about the untamed Northern Territory of Australia, at 2 p.m. this Sunday at Livermore's Civic Center Library, 1188 S. Livermore Ave. Thursday, 4:44 PM

Pleasanton council discusses impacts of recent state housing legislation
The Pleasanton City Council received a recap from city staff this week about the probable local impacts of the so-called "housing package," a group of state legislation signed into law by Gov. Jerry Brown last fall to address housing availability and affordability across California. Wednesday, 2:48 PM | 5 comments

Around Pleasanton: Thorne launches bid for re-election as mayor
Pleasanton Mayor Jerry Thorne launched his campaign for re-election to a fourth and final term as mayor at a sold-out fundraising breakfast last week at the Alameda County Fairgrounds' Palm Pavilion. Wednesday, 1:29 PM | 2 comments

Interpretive pavilion planned for Shadow Cliffs
Shadow Cliffs Regional Recreation Area -- the 266-acre park on Stanley Boulevard in east Pleasanton -- just keeps getting better. Water enthusiasts enjoy swimming, boating, fishing and beaches at the 80-acre lake. The park's variety of trails are frequented by hikers, bikers and horses. Tuesday, 12:42 PM | 7 comments

Capt. Bretzing retiring from Pleasanton PD
The Pleasanton Police Department is getting ready to say goodbye to one of its longest-tenured members, Capt. Jeff Bretzing, who is retiring from the department on Friday. Monday, 3:29 PM | 4 comments

DA O'Malley announces plans to dismiss old marijuana convictions
Alameda County District Attorney Nancy O'Malley announced this week that her office plans to dismiss nearly 6,000 old marijuana cases in the wake of a new state law that legalizes the possession and recreational use of marijuana for people 21 and older. Wednesday, 12:51 PM | 1 comments

 

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