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January 22, 2019

FOLC 2016: Livermore PAC to be Fined for Errors in Filing

The California Fair Political Practices Commission (FPPC) will meet today, January 17, at 10 am., to determine the fine that the Friends of Livermore Committee 2016 (FOLC 2016) will be assessed for three violations. The suggested amount in a settlement agreement would be $6,000. The maximum penalty is set at $15,000.
  • icon Posted: January 17

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FOLC 2016: Livermore PAC to be Fined for Errors in Filing

The California Fair Political Practices Commission (FPPC) will meet today, January 17, at 10 am., to determine the fine that the Friends of Livermore Committee 2016 (FOLC 2016) will be assessed for three violations. The suggested amount in a settlement agreement would be $6,000. The maximum penalty is set at $15,000.
  • icon Posted: January 17

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Women's March for All

A Women’s March has been scheduled at the Amador Valley High School football field in Pleasanton.

  • icon Posted: January 17

Downtown Planning

Since I was about ten years old I have understood that it is easier to know when there is a fraud in progress than to know what is being concealed. There is a hidden agenda in progress in the council's planning of downtown. Not believing this, Karl Wente, indirectly, and others by rumbling, have told me to just shut up. Okay. I will.

  • icon Posted: January 17

Race to the Flagpole

The Livermore-Granada Boosters will host the 9th Annual “Race to the Flagpole” on Saturday, January 26, 2019. The annual race was postponed back in November because of the Northern California wild fires.
  • icon Posted: January 17

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Save Mount Diablo Releases Its 2019 Free Public Hikes Program Schedule

Save Mount Diablo’s Discover Diablo is a free public hike program that offers an annual schedule of guided interpretive family walks, hikes, and property tours open to any and all trail blazers looking to get out in nature.

  • icon Posted: January 17

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DSRSD to Close Recycled Water Fill Station in Dublin

Dublin San Ramon Services District decided to close its residential recycled water fill station during a major construction project at its water recycling plant to avoid public safety hazards and traffic congestion.
  • icon Posted: December 29

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Save Mount Diablo Releases Its 2019 Free Public Hikes Program Schedule

Save Mount Diablo’s Discover Diablo is a free public hike program that offers an annual schedule of guided interpretive family walks, hikes, and property tours open to any and all trail blazers looking to get out in nature.
  • icon Posted: January 17

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Daria Rose Murphy

Daria Rose Murphy of Livermore passed away at home surrounded by her family after an intense battle with cancer, on November 18, 2018. She was 70 years old.
  • icon Posted: January 17

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Newsom Budget Emphasizes Education, Housing, Debt Paydown

Gov. Gavin Newsom’s first budget shows more money for education, workforce housing for more Californians, and a continuation of the state debt-paying policy of his predecessor, Gov. Jerry Brown. Speaking at a news conference in Sacramento on Jan. 10, Newsom said the budget amounts to a $209 billion total, with $144 billion of it available in the General Fund, a 4% increase.

  • icon Posted: January 17

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North Livermore Fog

Early afternoon fog creeps in, rolling over the hills towards a rustic ranch in North Livermore. (Photos - Doug Jorgensen)