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Apply to Become a Member of the Tri-Valley Conservancy Board
The Pleasanton City Council is currently accepting applications for a vacancy on the Tri Valley Conservancy board. The Tri-Valley Conservancy is a community organization whose mission is “to permanently protect the fertile soils, rangelands, open space and biological resources, and to...

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Pleasanton Police Department Introduces Nextdoor
The Pleasanton Police Department is introducing Nextdoor as our newest social media platform to communicate with residents. This private social network for neighborhoods enables residents to communicate online, in a private secure website, to build stronger communities. The Pleasanton...

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Resource Mixer for Tri-Valley Rental Property Owners on October 21
The City of Pleasanton and Abode Services will co-host a resource mixer for Tri-Valley rental property owners on Friday, October 24. This free event, complete with a light lunch and door prizes, is scheduled from 11:00 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. at the City of Pleasanton’s Operations Service Center...

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Author to Speak on the Insanity of Modern College Admissions at Pleasanton Library
J.D. Rothman, author of The Neurotic Parent’s Guide to College Admissions, will provide a lively, laugh-filled reading and conversation about the insanity of modern college admissions at the Pleasanton Public Library. The event takes place on Wednesday, October 22 at 7:00 p.m. The library...

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Pleasanton Senior Drama Troupe Unveils New Comeday at Firehouse Arts Center October 24-26
The popular Pleasanton Senior Players are back on center stage with their annual comedy production at the elegant Firehouse Arts Center in downtown Pleasanton. The troupe’s presentation of ‘Always a Bridesmaid’ shows in three performances on Friday, October 24, Saturday, October...

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Tri-Valley Veterans Day Parade on November 2
The Pleasanton American Legion Post 236 will host the 2014 Tri-Valley Veterans Day Parade on Sunday, November 2 at 1:00 p.m. on Main Street in downtown Pleasanton. The event, which is traditionally the largest Veterans Day Parade in Northern California with more than 100 parade entries,...

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Volunteers Sought for Hometown Holidays on December 6
The City of Pleasanton will host its Annual Hometown Holiday Celebration on Saturday, December 6 from 5:00 to 7:00 p.m. along Main Street in downtown Pleasanton. The centerpiece of this free event is a festive, community-based parade followed by the lighting of a huge holiday tree in front of the...

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City of Pleasanton Declares Stage 3 of Water Shortage Planning
The Pleasanton City Council declared Stage Three of water shortage planning at its meeting of May 6, 2014, based upon on the recent news that water wholesaler Zone 7 can only provide 75% of the treated water necessary to meet the city’s water needs. In his presentation to the City...

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Read the 12th Annual Citizens Watchdog Committee on Measure B Report
In November 2000, Alameda County voters approved Measure B, which extended the county's half-cent transportation sales tax to 2022 and set forth a 20-year expenditure Plan. Measure B also established a Citizens Watchdog Committee to represent the different perspectives of taxpayers throughout...

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