If it is local and useful, it is on en-us Copyright 2016 <![CDATA[Editorial: Vote to re-elect Alameda County Supervisor Nate Miley on June 7]]> Alameda County Supervisor Nate Miley, first elected to the county board in 2000 and now also representing Pleasanton, is vying for reelection on June 7 against challenger Bryan Parker, a former Port of Oakland commissioner and former Oakland mayoral candidate.]]> <![CDATA[Water agency moves forward on $30 million water treatment enhancement]]> The Tri-Valley's water wholesaler is moving forward with a decades-long plan to add ozone technology to the area's primary water treatment plant, which could end up costing as much as $32.9 million.]]> <![CDATA[Bond discussion shows district security issues, technology aspirations]]> Pleasanton school district staff presented a surprising picture Saturday of isolated decay and troublesome security holes at some schools due to a lack of funding to update buildings.]]> <![CDATA[Pleasanton Middle shines at recent music competition]]> Pleasanton Middle School's music program hit high notes at a recent music Music in the Parks Festival at Milpitas High School.
<![CDATA[Pentin launching City Council re-election campaign Thursday]]> Supporters of re-electing Pleasanton City Councilman Jerry Pentin to a second term of office on Nov. 8 will hold a campaign fundraiser breakfast from 7:30 to 9 a.m. Thursday at the Alameda County Fairgrounds' Palm Pavilion.]]> <![CDATA[Fire department to conduct controlled training burn at Camp Parks Thursday]]> The Alameda County Fire Department will be conducting a controlled training burn at Camp Parks Reserve Forces Training Area in Dublin between 8 a.m. and 3 p.m Thursday.]]> <![CDATA[Foothill swim teams heading to state championship meet in Clovis]]> The Foothill High swim teams completed a successful season last week by sending a group of swimmers to compete in the California Interscholastic Federation State Championship in Clovis.]]> <![CDATA[Editorial: Vote Yes on Measure K]]> Measure K on the June 7 ballot for Pleasanton voters affirms the action of the City Council last January in approving the latest developer's plan for 43 upscale homes on the 194-acre Lund Ranch II site in the southeast corner of the city.]]> <![CDATA[School district expected to get more state funding for staff]]> Pleasanton's school board is readying for a busy meeting Tuesday night.]]> <![CDATA[Editorial: Figuers, Ramirez Holmes and Thiel for Zone 7 board]]> In the Zone 7 Water Agency Board of Directors election, we endorse incumbents Sandy Figuers and Angela Ramirez Holmes and challenger Eric Thiel.]]> <![CDATA[Record-setting Hike for Hope]]> Hope Hospice's Hike for Hope set a new fundraising record with more than $106,000 in cash and in-kind donations contributed during the nonprofit's sixth annual event held April 30 at Del Valle Regional Park.]]> <![CDATA[Recycled water-fill station to open June 1 in Dublin]]> The Dublin San Ramon Services District (DSRSD) will operate a second residential recycled water fill station starting June 1 at the city of Dublin's Public Safety Complex at 6363 Clark Ave. at the intersection with Dublin Boulevard.]]> <![CDATA[2 bond measures face Pleasanton voters June 7]]> Pleasanton voters will be asked to approve a $950 million bond measure June 7 for improvements to Las Positas and Chabot College campuses as well as a $25 million annual parcel tax for 20 years to pay for a San Francisco Bay clean water program.]]>