The events, running concurrently from 6:40-7 a.m., will include an apparatus display, raising of the U.S. flag and a message broadcast by the Alameda Regional Emergency Communications Center. Guests are welcome to stay for a cup of coffee and to visit with the firefighters after.
A large-scale public 9/11 Remembrance Ceremony will also take place on Tuesday in Danville, at 5:30 p.m. at the All Wars Memorial on Stone Valley Road.
Next week is the deadline to submit nominations for the Pleasanton Weekly's seventh annual Tri-Valley Heroes program.
The 2018 Tri-Valley Heroes will honor standout residents in eight award categories, open to all who live or work in the Tri-Valley communities: Arts and Culture, Community Spirit, Courage, Environmental Stewardship, Innovation, Rising Star, Role Model and Lifetime Achievement.
The Weekly is also seeking sponsors to provide vital financial support for the annual program. To learn more, visit www.PleasantonWeekly.com.
The Pleasanton Planning Commission is set to hold a workshop next Wednesday evening for environmental impact report (EIR) comments for the latest iteration of the Spotorno housing project in Happy Valley.
The current proposal from Tim Lewis Communities calls for building 39 high-price homes along Alisal Street on a 31-acre site known as the Spotorno Flat. Its current zoning allows for only 22 homes.
A key component of the developers' plan is eliminating the $15 million so-called "bypass road" that was planned to run from Sycamore Creek Way to Westbridge Lane and Callippe Preserve Golf Course.
The commission meets at 7 p.m. Wednesday at the Civic Center, 200 Old Bernal Ave. The city's full Spotorno staff report is available at www.cityofpleasantonca.gov.
PUSD board meeting
The Pleasanton school board, which normally meets on Tuesday nights, will instead meet next Wednesday after moving its regular meeting date out one day so as to not conflict with Rosh Hashanah observances.
Highlights will include a report on PUSD's unaudited actual financials for 2017-18 and a presentation on the district's inaugural stakeholder survey, which surveyed staff, parents and students in grades 6-12 on aspects of school climate and culture.
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