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Pleasanton Weekly

Opinion - August 31, 2012

Opportunity to consider new amenities for Pleasanton

People move to Pleasanton for a variety of reasons: excellent schools, good housing, abundant shopping and a quality of life that community leaders are determined to make even better. Just as important are the city's 43 municipal parks, 50 miles of hiking and biking trails, sports fields, an award-winning golf course and public services for all age groups. Today, some of those amenities are getting old and need to be upgraded. New sports, such as cricket and rugby, require new fields and staff advisors. For these reasons, Susan Andrade-Wax, the city's director of Parks and Community Services, is preparing a master plan that will assess the city's parks and recreation amenities and suggest changes, improvements and additions.

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