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City tweaking green building code

Original post made on Oct 8, 2010

Pleasanton was in the forefront of going green, with requirements for new commercial buildings enacted in 2002 and expanded four years later to include residential. Now the city is planning to change the requirements, at least slightly, in light of the state's new standards.

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on Oct 8, 2010 at 10:36 am

You cited Michael Callahan in the report, but that is incorrect. It was Michael O'Callahan who made the statement. I also noticed that the ref. to the submeters is not correct. The City will be requiring sep. meters (not submeters) for indoor vs. outdoor water use.


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