Edited Since 1963
Pleasanton and Sunol
At the start of this letter, I want to make it clear that mankind has helped bring on Global Warming. But, I don't think all of it can be blamed on us, because nature has been going through periods of global warming and cooling since the beginning of the Earth's history.
The famous real estate trope is as true today as it was when it was coined two centuries ago. The three most important things about real estate are location, location, location.
Armchair Travelers, a monthly program, will take place at the Livermore Public Library Civic Center. Thurs., Oct. 8, 1:30 to 2:30 p.m. Sandra Grafrath fulfilled a lifelong dream to see the Triple Crown Races and to leisurely travel the country in her motor home. Sandra Grafrath will show her photographs and and describe her adventurous road trip.Adults are invited to this free program on the second Thursday of each month at the Civic Center Library, 1188 S. Livermore Avenue, Livermore. For additional information, call 373-5500.
We were disappointed that the Dublin City Council voted to move full speed ahead with its development plans on its eastside.
Friends and family recently celebrated the life of Archer Futch.
Each year, Innovation Tri-Valley presents a program focusing on technology companies located in the Tri-Valley. This year, "Software Stars of the Tri-Valley" were in the spotlight.
When Livermore City Councilmember Stewart Gary feels that he is not prevailing on an important issue, he scorns those with whom he disagrees. He attacks them personally, not just their arguments.
We were happy to see the Pleasanton City Council vote to ban smoking in city parks and on trails. The ban includes parking lots adjacent to the parks and trails.
Joyce Kilmer's poem lauds the beauty of trees.