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News - February 9, 2018

Council approves Sunflower Hill plans

Project aims to bring housing community for adults with special needs

by Jeremy Walsh

Sunflower Hill could be in position to begin building Pleasanton's first-ever residential community for adults with special needs by the end of the year after the City Council on Tuesday unanimously endorsed the design plans and signed off on almost $9.4 million in financial support for the project.

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