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About this blog: I am a native of Alameda County, grew up in Pleasanton and currently live in the house I grew up in that is more than 100 years old. I spent 39 years in the daily newspaper business and wrote a column for more than 25 years in add...  (More)

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The Washington D.C. swamp at work?
Mar 9, 2017 8:28 am
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When President Trump talks of draining the swamp of Washington D.C., consider this example reported by the Wall Street Journal and the Los Angeles Times.

Two... More
Traffic and neighborhoods--a couple of wins
Mar 7, 2017 8:42 am
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Last week’s discussion of planning East Pleasanton brought back to mind an earlier controversy that pitted residents east of Santa Rita Road living along Stoneridge... More
School trustees declare "safe haven"
Mar 2, 2017 8:33 am
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The Pleasanton school trustees are the latest public agency to wade into the debate about illegal immigrants.
The board unanimously passed a resolution declaring... More
A man tackling a tough mission
Feb 28, 2017 7:50 am
Comments: 3 | Views: 1,343

Steve Dunn is a man on a difficult mission—convincing the City Council that it should make planning East Pleasanton a priority.

Planning for the area has... More
An estate for dog lovers
Feb 23, 2017 8:44 am
Comments: 0 | Views: 7,307

Very wealthy lovers of dogs have the opportunity to purchase an amazing dog-friendly Alamo estate and help other dogs as well.
Workday founder Dave Duffield, a... More
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Valley Trails site is poor location for school
By Tim Hunt | 8 comments | 586 views

Secrets to saving on your summer city vacation
By Jeb Bing | 1 comment | 361 views


Readers' Choice Ballot is here

It's time to decide what local business is worthy of the title "Pleasanton Readers' Choice" — and you get to decide! Cast your ballot online. Voting ends May 21st. Stay tuned for the results in the June 23rd issue of the Pleasanton Weekly.