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Pleasanton, California is located in Alameda County. Zip codes in Pleasanton, CA include 94588, 94566, and 94568. The median home price in Pleasanton is $864,500 which is roughly $448/per square foot. More Pleasanton information.

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38 min ago | Pleasanton Weekly

Sales tax measure is back, and just might pass

The Alameda County Board of Supervisors voted unanimously this week to place a transportation sales tax increase measure on the November ballot, a measure that failed by a faction of the two-thirds favorable votes it needed two years ago.

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4 hrs ago | Information Technology

Cesar Johnston Joins Energous Corporation as Senior Vice President of Engineering

ENP Newswire - 11 July 2014 Release date- 10072014 - PLEASANTON, CA - Energous Corporation , the developer of WattUp, a disruptive wire-free charging technology for electronic devices that provides power at a distance with complete mobility under full software control, today announced the appointment of Cesar Johnston as the Company's Senior Vice ... (more)

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Thu Jul 10, 2014

Inside Bay Area

Experiencing drought-mares? Learn water-saving tips at free Pleasanton workshop

Pleasanton residents who still need a few ideas can discover new strategies for conserving water at an free workshop on July 19 from 10 a.m. to noon at the city's Operations Services Center.

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Inside Bay Area

Pet of the Week: Emily

Whoever said dog is man's best friend obviously never met Emily, The 6-year-old Maine coon cat loves attention and isn't afraid to show her appreciation when she gets it.

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Wed Jul 09, 2014

Pleasanton Weekly

Settlement reached in claims against PUSD

Administrators of the joint powers authority that provides liability coverage to Pleasanton Unified School District has reached settlements in two claims filed by district employees alleging sexual harassment and a hostile work environment at the hands of former Walnut Grove Elementary principal Jon Vranesh, district officials announced Wednesday.

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Inside Bay Area

Barnidge: Pleasanton veteran knows what it's like to get the runaround from the VA

"Veterans who develop prostate cancer and were exposed to Agent Orange or other herbicides during military service do not have to prove a connection between their prostate cancer and military service to receive VA health care and disability compensation."

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Contra Costa Times

Livermore: Former campus supervisor charged with abusing two victims

Jason Quero, 30, of Mountain House, Calif., was arrested on June 27, 2014, by the Livermore Police Department on suspicion of several counts of sexual abuse that occurred between 2010 and 2011.

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Patch.com

Watch Frozen: Free Movies in The Park This Summer in Pleasanton Starts Thursday

Pleasanton residents are invited to enjoy free movies during six Thursday evenings this summer, compliments of the City of Pleasanton.

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Pleasanton Weekly

Neighborhood hosts invited to join in Pleasanton's 'Night out Against Crime'

Pleasanton will hold its annual National Night Out on Tuesday, Aug. 5 and the Police Department is seeking neighborhoods interested in hosting the informative and festive street parties.

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Tue Jul 08, 2014

NBC Bay Area

Man Accused of Trying to Lure Underage Girls Into Porn Industry

Aaron Gimbert, 34, was arrested Sunday at the Alameda County Fair in Pleasanton for handing out business cards to underage girls, according to the San Francisco Chronicle.

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Inside Bay Area

Alameda County Fair: And the winner is "corn dog" -- again

Food judge Chuy Gomez reacts to a small taste of "The World's Hottest Ice Cream" by Tony Cardinali of Cardinali Ice Cream at the first ever "Snackdown" fair food competition at the Alameda County Fair in Pleasanton, Calif., on Tuesday, June 24, 2014.

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Patch.com

Hope Hospice Hosting Free Discussion About End of Life Planning

The greatest gift you can give your family is to have open and honest conversations surrounding your wishes about medical treatments as your health declines.

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Mon Jul 07, 2014

Examiner.com

Taste Our Terroir Returns to Livermore Valley Wine Country July 24-27

Livermore Valley's premier food and wine affair, Taste Our Terroir, will span four delectable days in 2014 as the historic region celebrates and educates wine lovers about its unique "taste of the land July 24-27.

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Inside Bay Area

Pleasanton man suspected of soliciting girl to porn industry arrested at Alameda County Fair Sunday

A 34-year-old man handing out business cards at the Alameda County Fair, reportedly to solicit women into the porn industry, was arrested by Alameda County sheriff's deputies after allegedly making his pitch to a teenage girl over the weekend.

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Contra Costa Times

editorial: Overtime pay should be the exception, not the rule

When Richmond Fire Capt. Angel Bobo collected $279,105 in overtime last year, boosting his total salary to $426,303, alarm bells should have gone off.

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Contra Costa Times

Got water shortage? Fill 'er up at state's first recycled water station for homeowners

It's not everyone's idea of great swag, but Tri-Valley homeowners are lining up for a new drought freebie -- recycled sewer water.

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Sat Jul 05, 2014

Patch.com

4th of July Fireworks at the Alameda County Fair

The Alameda County Fair hosted a dramatic fourth of July fireworks display last night in Pleasanton.

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The Campbell Reporter

Mercury News editorial: Bay Area overtime for public employees is out of hand

When Richmond Fire Capt. Angel Bobo collected $279,105 in overtime last year, boosting his total salary to $426,303, alarm bells should have gone off.

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Thu Jul 03, 2014

Inside Bay Area

Wine: Livermore's Taste our Terroir expands to four days

I've been going to Livermore Valley's food and wine pairing competition, Taste Our Terroir, since I moved to the Bay Area 10 years ago.

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Inside Bay Area

Tri-Valley mayors want to ease funding restrictions for public access TV

Tri-Valley mayors are joining forces to encourage Congress to allow public access TV stations to use cable subscriber fees to pay for operations.

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