This would've supplied hardware, gardening supplies to several Pleasanton neighborhoods, including Ruby Hill. Much more convenient than driving all the way across town, and the area is suitable for commercial use.
But Ms. Allen worked against the facility.
The lot remained vacant for years, with nothing but weeds.
Now it has been developed, and what did they build?
A strip mall and multistory apartments.
Do we really need or want more Pack and Stack Housing that will increase crowding, and stress our schools and city services?
A conveniently located Home Depot would've have paid the city of Pleasanton 1% of their sales, every year, in sales tax.
This is just one example.
Do not vote for Nancy Allan.