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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
Livermore keeps Stein on Planning Commission, orders special training after his 'ghetto' comments
The Livermore City Council voted 4-1 to not expel Planning Commissioner John Stein contingent upon several conditions, including meeting with the city's Human Services Department, after his divisive comments on affordable housing.
[Monday, May 3, 2021]

Livermore: Equity and inclusion working group projects underway
The Livermore City Council heard an update from city staff during its April 26 meeting about the work of the Equity and Inclusion Subcommittee, including various projects being developed by members of the working group.
[Sunday, May 2, 2021]

Livermore commissioner apologizes, faces expulsion after referring to downtown affordable housing as 'ghetto'
Livermore Planning Commissioner John Stein issued a public apology during the City Council meeting Monday night for referring to a proposed downtown affordable housing project as a 'ghetto' during a city discussion last week.
[Tuesday, April 27, 2021]

Livermore: County supervisors continue Sunwalker solar project debate to June
After starting the appeal hearing Thursday, the county supervisors voted to pause their discussion on the Sunwalker Energy solar project planned for North Livermore until June 3 to allow for more research.
[Friday, April 23, 2021]

Livermore: Community groups sue Alameda County for approving Aramis solar project
Save North Livermore Valley, joined by other citizen groups, followed through on its promise to file a lawsuit against Alameda County after the Board of Supervisors' decision to approve Intersect Power's 410-acre Aramis solar project.
[Wednesday, April 21, 2021]

Livermore selected as finalist to compete for All-America City Award
The city of Livermore is the only California municipality chosen as one of 20 finalists nationwide to compete for an All-America City Award.
[Thursday, April 22, 2021]

Livermore: County supervisors to debate appeals for second solar project
The Alameda County Board of Supervisors is slated to hear four appeals from residents opposing the second utility scale solar project planned for North Livermore, adjacent to the Aramis solar plant that was approved last month.
[Wednesday, April 21, 2021]

Stanford-ValleyCare shutters LifeStyleRx gym, plans new medical services in its place
Stanford Health Care-ValleyCare permanently shut down its LifeStyleRx fitness center in Livermore earlier this month after 17 years, citing financial impacts from the COVID-19 pandemic.
[Monday, April 19, 2021]

Livermore council poised to adopt Asian solidarity resolution
The Livermore City Council directed staff last Monday to draft a resolution expressing the city's solidarity with the Asian community amid the uptick in anti-Asian violence and discrimination in the Bay Area, nationally and abroad.
[Sunday, April 18, 2021]

Da Boccery: Local restaurateurs bringing bocce back to Livermore
Livermore will again have a space that offers food, drink and bocce as the owners of Sauced BBQ and Plucked Chicken have announced plans to open Da Boccery, a new entertainment and restaurant venue at the former site of Campo di Bocce.
[Wednesday, April 14, 2021]