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The Dublin Chamber of Commerce has announced its opposition to AB 51 (Gonzalez; D-San Diego), which would prevent arbitration of labor and employment claims as a condition of employment, stating the bill will subject businesses to significantly increased costs as a result of more litigation …

Gabrielle Blackman has been cleared to become a member of the Dublin Unified School District (DUSD), now that official results have been certified by Alameda County Voter Registrar Tim Dupuis.

Beginning this fall, the City of Dublin will host Inside Dublin, an annual leadership academy designed to provide community members with advanced knowledge of municipal operations and community activities. Those interested in the program are encouraged to apply now to be part of the 2019 Ins…

The public is invited to join a free water-wise gardening workshop from 6 to 8 p.m. Wednesday, July 31, in the Community Room at the Dublin Library, 200 Civic Plaza. “Grow Your Garden—Not Your Water Bill,” presented by the Dublin San Ramon Services District and Zone 7 Water Agency, will serv…

Dublin Unified School District (DUSD) trustees approved a resolution that would renew their ability to charge Level 2 school development fees. The passage of the resolution was necessary in order for DUSD to invoke Level 2 fees, which are about double the fees allowed by Level 1.

Although the results are not official yet, because the Alameda County Registrar of Voters has not certified them, Gabrielle Blackman is clearly the winner in the two-person run for the vacancy in Area 4 of the Dublin Unified School District (DUSD).


Voters in Area 4 of the Dublin Unified School District (DUSD) have chosen Gabrielle Blackman as the new school trustee.


The Dublin City Council unanimously approved flying the LGBTQ Rainbow Flag for 30 days. The flag will be flown from June 3rd until July 3rd, because the city missed the first two days of June, which is Gay Pride Month.

Dublin San Ramon Services District (DSRSD) was expected to authorize a switch to future elections by areas, replacing the current system of districtwide elections.

Dublin Unified School District (DUSD) voters will cast ballots in a June 4 special election to select a trustee for Area 4, to replace Joe Giannini, who resigned from the board Oct. 22.


Zone 7 Water Agency directors chose Michelle Smith McDonald to fill the vacant board seat. The Dublin resident said that she wants to enhance the agency’s communication outreach to the public.

The Dublin City Council approved a Nissan dealership on commercial property next to the new Kaiser Medical Offices complex on Dublin Boulevard near Fallon Road. The dealer has been doing business in Dublin since 2002. The approval will make it possible for the dealership to remain in Dublin,…

At its April 2nd meeting, the Dublin City Council was invited to provide direction to city staff on the preliminary budget supplement for 2019-2020. This is the second fiscal year of the city’s biennial budget, originally adopted in May 2018. The final budget adoption is scheduled for May 21…

The Dublin Teachers Association (DTA) membership has voted in favor of a new contract that will give an ongoing 4.5% pay increase, a one-time 1% bonus, and put more district money into reducing class sizes and providing more counselors.

At its April 2nd meeting, the Dublin City Council considered updates to its 2018-2023 Five-Year Capital Improvement Program (CIP), adopted in fiscal year 2018-2019. The five-year plan includes about $13.9 million in funding to be spent through 2020-2021 for the design and development of a 1.…

While no polling places will be utilized, early voting for the May 7 Dublin Unified School District Special Vote-By-Mail Election has been available at the Alameda County Registrar of Voters’ Office since Monday, April 8. Office hours are 8:30 A.M. to 5:00 P.M., Monday through Friday. The Re…


The Dublin Teachers Association (DTA) has voted overwhelmingly to authorize its leadership to conduct a districtwide strike, unless negotiations with management are concluded successfully.

State laws that went into effect last year impose new conditions on a city when one of its developers decides to build market-rate housing on a site that the city has already included in its inventory of affordable housing. If the developer’s plans are to go forward, the city must find a new…

Friends of Dublin Library, Inc. will hold the Spring Used Book and Media Sale at the Dublin Library, 200 Civic Plaza, Dublin March 30 and 31, 2019.

All eyes will be smiling at the City of Dublin’s 36th Annual St. Patrick’s Day Celebration, which includes a two-day festival, a 5K Shamrock Fun Run and Walk, St. Patrick’s Day parade, pancake breakfast, and gala dinner dance.

The Dublin City Council rejected a proposal to have city staff explore a General Plan Amendment (GPA) that, if adopted, would have allowed the conversion of 12 acres of a 22-acre site of agriculturally zoned land into 57 one-story single-family homes for buyers over 55 years of age.

On Wednesday, March 27, 2019, Dublin Police Services will begin hosting its 2019 Citizens Academy for adults who reside or work in Dublin. The Academy’s ten-week program will be held on consecutive Wednesdays, 5:00 p.m. - 8:00 p.m., culminating in a graduation ceremony on May 29, 2019.

The Dublin City Council approved a resolution for Planned Development zoning and a Mitigated Negative Declaration (MND) that will enable Valley Christian Center (VCC) to carry out a planned 15-year expansion of its complex. The plan will add an amphitheater and a lighted, amplified athletic …

Residents of Area 4 of the Dublin Unified School District (DUSD) will be voting in a special election June 4 for a new school trustee, now that the district’s appointment of Niranjana “Nini” Natarajan has been invalidated.

The Dublin City Council can affect nearly 3,000 units of future growth, or 55% of the residential units still remaining for construction, as set out in the city’s General Plan. This would control the rapid growth that Dublin has had in the past three to four years.

The City of Dublin will accept nominations for the 2018 Citizen of the Year, Young Citizen of the Year, and Organization of the Year through Friday, January 18, 2019, at 5:00 p.m.