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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
Fate of Livermore's Equity and Inclusion Working Group still undecided
The city of Livermore is accepting new applications for its Equity and Inclusion Working Group following a City Council update last week.
[Wednesday, January 20, 2021]

Livermore delays council applicant interviews until next week
The Livermore City Council has temporarily postponed the interview process for selecting a new council member to fill the open seat vacated by Bob Woerner upon his ascension to mayor.
[Tuesday, January 19, 2021]

Livermore to interview all 21 applicants for council vacancy
The Livermore City Council decided this week to change the process of selecting a fifth member after receiving applications from nearly two dozen community members interested in joining the governing body.
[Wednesday, January 13, 2021]

Livermore to pick top candidates to interview for open City Council seat
The Livermore City Council is set Monday to continue the process to fill the open council seat vacated by Bob Woerner upon his ascension to mayor by whittling down the applicant list to advance a select few to the interview phase.
[Sunday, January 10, 2021]

Thin Blue Line flag debate takes spotlight in Livermore meeting
A number of community members turned out virtually to the Livermore City Council meeting Monday to bring attention to a social media-fueled controversy that came to light over the weekend in online circles in Livermore and beyond.
[Thursday, December 17, 2020]

Livermore to fill open council seat by appointment, not special election
The four Livermore City Council members voted unanimously for an interview and appointment process, as opposed to calling for a costly special election, to fill the vacancy on the dais created upon Mayor Bob Woerner's ascension.
[Wednesday, December 16, 2020]

Livermore: Resident groups, developer all appeal county's approval of 410-acre solar project
Three advocacy groups consisting of mostly Livermore residents filed appeals last week to the Board of Supervisors opposing the zoning board's decision to approve a proposed 410-acre, utility-scale solar power plant north of Livermore.
[Wednesday, December 9, 2020]

Livermore: Deacon Dave's holiday display canceled amid pandemic
"Casa del Pomba -- the name of my home -- means 'house of the dove.' The dove is the symbol of hope, and our hope is that COVID-19 goes away," Deacon Dave Rezendes said about his decision to call off his annual holiday light display.
[Tuesday, December 1, 2020]

Tri-Valley reimagines holiday shopping for 2020
Holiday shopping around the Tri-Valley looks much different this year amid the COVID-19 pandemic. Crowd-drawing traditions are transitioning to curbside pickups and health-conscious experiences.
[Thursday, November 26, 2020]

Livermore subcommittee, working group aim to foster equity and inclusion
The Livermore City Council is working to integrate equity and inclusion into the fabric of the community through its newly formed subcommittee and subsequent working group.
[Tuesday, November 24, 2020]