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June 16, 2019

Program on 125th Anniversary

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Posted: Thursday, June 13, 2019 12:00 am

The Pleasanton Library will host two programs on Pleasanton at 125 with staff from the Museum on Main.

​Since the town's incorporation in 1894, Pleasanton's municipal government has tackled all sorts of challenges, from dusty streets and stray livestock to securing a steady water supply to balancing rapid development with a high quality of life. As the city has grown and new needs have arisen, its residents have expanded and reshaped their government to meet those challenges. Look back on a century and a quarter of Pleasanton's experience of self-government.

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