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July 20, 2019

Candidates from Three Cities Take Part in Forum Focusing on “Tri-Valley at a Crossroads”

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Posted: Thursday, October 11, 2018 12:00 am

On October 5, a candidate forum was held at the Dublin High School to discuss development issues and infrastructure challenges within the Tri-Valley. The event was hosted by Dubliners for Change, Friends of Livermore, Pleasanton Voters and the Tri-Valley Group Sierra Club. Kelly Cousins introduced Dick Schneider of the Sierra Club. He noted that the Tri-Valley group covers Pleasanton, Dublin and Livermore, as well as the 200,000 acres of land from the San Joaquin County line to the Dublin-Pleasanton ridge line. The Club addresses city issues of growth and infrastructure, air and water quality, solid waste and waste water disposal, open space and agriculture and preservation of habitat for plants and wildlife.

Schneider introduced Christopher Schlies as the moderator, noting his activity in the Tri-Valley Conservancy and his 36 years as an active Sierra Club member.

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