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Council postpones Chabad Center appeals hearing after both sides request delay

Original post made on Feb 21, 2019

In a session dominated by discourse on far-reaching topics like plastic pollution, climate change and state housing legislation, perhaps the most noticeable takeaway from the Pleasanton City Council meeting was the neighborhood dispute that wasn't discussed.

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Posted by Buk Lau
a resident of Avila
on Feb 22, 2019 at 3:48 pm

Ahhh the SF Bay Area "Green Deal"... Where residents cry about saving the atmosphere while their own streets are covered in feces, homeless, and needles.

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Posted by Sad
a resident of Another Pleasanton neighborhood
on Feb 23, 2019 at 3:31 pm

I hear that the teachers at PUSD have terrorized the kids saying the world will end in 12 years unless the "Green New Deal" is adopted. It is extremely disturbing that the push for teachers in our local schools is to basically give kids nightmares and stress them out all in support of their leftist agenda.

Pathetic. The city needs to stop the city's Democratic school board Democratic teachers union that have turned the K-12 Pleasanton schools into indoctrination platforms for socialist-leftist agendas pushed by New York congresswoman Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez.

This insane "platform" returns America to the 19th century and will ban all cars and airplanes (except I supposed for politicians).

It is time for the school district to stop using the kids as pawns and allow the city leaders to focus on city issues like crime rather than promoting your School Board's Democratic/socialist agenda.

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