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Pleasanton pulls plug on Parkside recycled water station after neighbors complain

Original post made on Aug 19, 2022

Dozens of Parkside residents packed inside the City Council chamber on Tuesday celebrated as council members voted against constructing a recycled water fill station in their neighborhood.

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Posted by Just Concerned
a resident of Walnut Hills
on Aug 19, 2022 at 9:44 am

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Another example of government bureaucracy getting in the way of a needed project. Just like the bond issues passed years ago for extended water storage, nothing gets done. Now we face an extended drought with no plan in sight, just talk, debate and more regulations. What a sorry state of affairs.


Posted by Ron
a resident of another community
on Aug 19, 2022 at 10:35 am

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The Livermore Water Reclamation Plant at 101 West Jack London Boulevard, Livermore is offering recycled water for Livermore residents. Why can't DSRSD and the City plan an arrangement with Livermore to include Pleasanton residents!?


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