Edited Since 1963
Pleasanton and Sunol
HistoryMobile. Those interested in Livermore history and/or like working with children (mostly 3rd graders), are needed. Volunteers would share Livermore history with local children (mostly during the month of May) and the rest of the community at various locations such as Farmers' Market, Ravenswood or special events. There will be training provided. The time commitment could be as little as a few days a year. Contact Nancy Mulligan, 925-443-3076 or E-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Alameda County Waste Management Authority (WMA) has begun looking into expanding the ban on single-use plastic bags to include all retailers and restaurants.
Livermore Shakespeare Festival piloted a 10-week program at Joe Michell K-8 School, “So Wise So Young.” The in-school education program, paid for teaching artists to the school, and delivered a 50-minute lesson once each week for 10 weeks.
Pleasanton took steps to control smoking in the city. In past years, the city has received a "D" from the American Lung Association for its lack of smoking regulations.
We are pleased that in response to comments, the Livermore Area Recreation and Park District (LARPD) board included trails and geographic areas in its updated master plan.
In a season of peace and good will, there are parts of the world where they are in short supply.
After eleven years of planning, an affordable senior housing project in Pleasanton is nearing reality.