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Cierra Bailey

Editor, Livermore Vine

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About Cierra
Cierra started her journalism career after college as an editorial intern with the Pleasanton Weekly in 2014. After pursuing opportunities in digital and broadcast media and attending graduate school at Syracuse University, she’s back as the editor of the Vine.
Stories by Cierra
Community group sues county for approving Livermore cemetery project
The Friends of Livermore community group has filed a lawsuit seeking to overturn the Alameda County Board of Supervisors' approval of a new 47-acre cemetery planned for unincorporated north Livermore.
[Thursday, October 19, 2023]

Innovation Tri-Valley elevates Marcel to new permanent CEO
Katie Marcel has officially taken over the reins as the permanent CEO of Innovation Tri-Valley Leadership Group after serving in the role on an interim basis for roughly one month.
[Monday, October 16, 2023]

U.S. Department of Education officials visit Altamont Creek Elementary
Livermore's Altamont Creek Elementary School was recently visited by top officials in school sustainability, environmental infrastructure, nutrition and school facilities from the federal and state departments of education.
[Wednesday, October 18, 2023]

9-year-old inspires LARPD to install monkey bars at Robertson Park
Livermore's Robertson Park now features brand-new playground equipment thanks to a 9-year-old community member named Avery Kohn...
[Tuesday, October 10, 2023]

Garaventa Hills community meeting moves to Nov. 1
The city of Livermore's neighborhood meeting to discuss status updates about the proposed Garaventa Hills housing project is now set for Nov. 1, following the cancellation on short notice of a session that was planned for last week.
[Thursday, October 5, 2023]

'Zoom bombers' disrupt Livermore council meeting with hate speech
The Livermore community is still grappling with shock and dismay after hate speech from virtual participants during last week's City Council meeting led to its abrupt adjournment.
[Wednesday, October 4, 2023]

Livermore to relaunch search for airport manager after top choice backs out
The city of Livermore will resume its search for a new manager of the Livermore Municipal Airport after selecting a candidate who pulled out of the job at the last minute to take another position.
[Tuesday, September 26, 2023]

Livermore high schools consider switch to semester system
Livermore and Granada high schools are in the process of considering whether to change their course schedules to semesters after 15 years on the trimester system.
[Wednesday, September 27, 2023]

Community meeting to discuss Garaventa Hills project planned for next week
After rescinding its approval last year, the city of Livermore is planning to host a neighborhood meeting next week to share new information about the contentious housing development planned for North Livermore.
[Tuesday, September 19, 2023]

DA sues Livermore company for allegedly selling tobacco, cannabis products to minors
The Alameda County District Attorney's Office has filed a lawsuit against a Livermore-based business for allegedly selling illegal flavored tobacco and synthetic cannabis products to people under the age of 21.
[Tuesday, September 12, 2023]