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​October 24, 2017


Subject: Your Input is needed on the Future Design of Downtown Pleasanton


The City staff is seeking more input from the community about changes to our Downtown and the property called the Civic Center (Library,  Council Chambers, Planning and Staff Offices).  You can provide input by doing the following:

Survey:
Complete the following short survey and also forward it to your friends and neighbors to complete.   You are invited to rank 3 alternatives proposed for Downtown or make your own suggestions that may be different from the options provided by the survey in a separate comment section under "Contact Us".
https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/DowntownSpecificPlanOptions

Attend the November 1 Community Workshop:
The Downtown Specific Plan Task Force will be holding a Community Workshop on November 1, at 6:30 p.m. in the large room of the Pleasanton Library, 400 Old Bernal Avenue, and invites your feedback on the future design of the downtown and the Civic Center site.  This will be your opportunity to speak or hear the comments from other community members.  

In addition you may send your thoughts to Shweta Bonn, Senior Planner, 
sbonn@cityofpleasantonca.gov

Sincerely,
Pleasanton Voters
www.PleasantonVoters.com

Officers:
Kelly Cousins, President
Sandy Yamaoda, Secretary
Al Exner, Treasurer
Committee #1377399


 Sincerely, 

Pleasanton Voters
www.pleasantonvoters.com

Committee: 1377399
Officers:
Kelly Cousins, President
Sandy Yamaoda, Secretary

Al Exner, Treasurer

About Pleasanton Voters:
PleasantonVoters.com is a non-partisan group of Pleasanton residents with the goal of educating Pleasanton voters about new and massive development projects that may negatively affect our City.  We have defined goals of preserving ridgelines and open space, protecting our voter approved Urban Growth Boundary, and retaining the best qualities of our City for future generations.  


Pleasanton Voters has well over 7,000 residents on our growing email list.  Hundreds of you have shown up at City meetings, written letters, shared information with your neighbors, and helped support this grass roots organization.

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Officers:
Kelly Cousins, President
Sandy Yamaoda, Secretary

Al Exner, Treasurer
Committee # 1377399




     Working to:

  • Protect our Urban Growth Boundary
  • Preserve Ridgelines and Open spaces
  • Retain the best qualities of ourcity for future generations.  

About Pleasanton Voters:

PleasantonVoters.com is a non-partisan group of Pleasanton residents with the goal of educating Pleasanton voters about new and massive development projects that may negatively affect our City.  We have defined goals of preserving ridgelines and open space, protecting our voter approved Urban Growth Boundary, and retaining the best qualities of our City for future generations.   

For more information go to www.PleasantonVoters.com  


Pleasanton Voters has well over 7,000 residents on our growing email list.  Hundreds of you have shown up at City meetings, written letters, shared information with your neighbors, and helped support this grass roots organization (Committee #1377399)

CAN WE ADD YOUR NAME to our website as a "Supporter of Pleasanton Voters"? If so, simply reply to this email with your approval.
Additionally, please consider sharing the costs of Pleasanton Voters.  Collectively we have demonstrated our success in educating and engaging residents - we have helped stop the largest residential development in Pleasanton's history.  But we need your help.  Click here to make a donation to Pleasanton Voters. 


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