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Tim Talk: Will the city develop more parking downtown?
As downtown Pleasanton interests have pointed out, one striking omission in the plan so far is any commitment to public parking.... Last comment 3 hours ago | 6 comments

Pleasanton: Downtown planning, Chabad Center, housing bills lead crowded council agenda
The Pleasanton City Council has a jam-packed agenda scheduled for Tuesday evening, with hot topics like the Downtown Specific... Last comment on Apr 16, 2019 at 11:33 am | 1 comment

Guest Opinion: Response to 'Downtown Planning: Are developers now making the decisions?'
As President of the Pleasanton Downtown Association (PDA), I would like to respond to Jeb’s recent article titled “Downtown... Last comment 3 hours ago | 11 comments

Swalwell holds presidential campaign rally in hometown at Dublin High
After announcing his candidacy on the "Tonight Show with Stephen Colbert," Swalwell joined a deep field of Democrats who... Last comment 3 hours ago | 32 comments

 
 
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On a cruise ship in Antarctica. Left to right: Bruce and Barbara McLeod, Bev and Dave Naegle, Susan and Scott Nelson. Yes, it's cold there, even in their "summer". Submitted by Barbara McLeod (sent from account of Scott an on Feb 23, 2017

 
 
 
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PUSD seeks community feedback on Amador parking lot plans
In anticipation of plans to build a new solar structure in the Amador Valley High School parking lot this summer, Pleasanton Unified School District issued an online survey this week and are asking for public input on the project. Thursday, 3:25 PM | 1 comments

Presenting! 'Smokey Joe's Café' in Pleasanton
Tri-Valley Repertory Theatre opens "Smokey Joe's Café" at the Firehouse Arts Center next week, a musical theater revue of 40 of the greatest songs of the past century. Thursday, 6:27 PM

Foothill alum dies after being struck by car in Napa
A 25-year-old Pleasanton native living in Napa died after being struck by an SUV while walking along Highway 29 on Saturday night. Wednesday, 4:04 PM

Camp Connection: Camp season quickly approaching
Many years ago, my independent 8-year-old son went away to a week-long YMCA camp near Yosemite. My husband and I watched with mixed emotions as he gamely climbed aboard the bus, ready for adventure. Thursday, 6:26 PM

PUSD aims to curb vaping among students
Calling vaping a “moving target" that needs to be shot down on local campuses, Pleasanton Unified School District staff urged the Board of Trustees to take action on the issue at Tuesday night's school board meeting. Wednesday, 10:22 PM

News Digest: Vote for lookalikes, Wheels national awards & Workshop for new middle-schoolers
Visit the Weekly's website at www.PleasantonWeekly.com to vote for your favorite of the eight finalists in our Mother-Daughter Lookalike Contest. Weekly staff narrowed the two dozen entries down to eight, which are posted online for our readers to pick the mother-daughter duo they think most closely resemble each other. Thursday, 6:27 PM

Tim Talk: Will the city develop more parking downtown?
As downtown Pleasanton interests have pointed out, one striking omission in the plan so far is any commitment to public parking. Drive around downtown trying to find parking near lunch time, and you'll find virtually all of the lots are posted as private property with parking only for designated businesses and the threat of towing. Wednesday, 12:49 PM | 6 comments

Zone 7 breaks ground on $110 million treatment plant project
Tri-Valley residents can expect better tasting and smelling water from the tap when the expansion and upgrades at the Zone 7 Water Agency Patterson Pass Water Treatment Plant are completed. Tuesday, 3:21 PM

Council talks downtown, Chabad Center, state housing bills at jam-packed meeting
It was a whirlwind meeting for the Pleasanton City Council this week as city leaders, stakeholders and residents debated several big-ticket items over nearly six hours until the clock ticked past 12:30 a.m. Wednesday, 2:32 AM | 4 comments

Dublin voters deciding now on school parcel tax renewal in mail-only election
Dublin Unified School District voters have recently started casting their ballots in the mail-only special election on whether to renew the district's existing $96-per-parcel tax for another nine years. Wednesday, 5:47 PM

Pleasanton Preps: Foothill alum Mannion signs with Minnesota Vikings
Sean Mannion, the former Foothill High and Oregon State star quarterback, is now a member of the Minnesota Vikings after agreeing to a free agent contract with the team last week. Tuesday, 1:14 PM

 

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