However, a citizens' group has urged the city to reconsider its "hands-off" policy and improve the grounds along the lines of other Pleasanton-owned parks.
Appointed to the new committee were members of the city's Parks and Recreation and Civic Arts commissions, representatives of a veterans organization and the citizens' group, and a representative from the Catholic Funeral and Cemetery Services, which handles cemetery affairs, and one alternate.
They are Brad Hottle, Deborah Wahl, Heidi Massie, Stephanie Wedge, Doug Miller, Frank Capilla, Jayne Archer and Carolanne Montgomery.
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