Tri-Valley Townhall = Saving Livermore

TRI-VALLEY TOWNHALL = Saving Livermore from Regional Bureaucrats Tuesday, January 29 = Pleasanton Library = 7PM

Regional Bureaucrats are pushing tri-valley cities to build high density, low income, transit village type housing which will impact schools, roads & neighborhoods.

The people are pushing back.

Tuesday, January 29

Pleasanton Library


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Julia January 29, 2013 at 01:51 PM
Judy, Thank you for leading the charge on this issue. I will attend the meeting today. I ask that we all behave like adults. No yelling, name calling or drama. I am OPPOSED to any proposal to add housing to the site in question and to any sites in town. The citizens of Livermore will be impacted negatively in the following ways: Traffic impacts: Into and out of Livermore & around town (it's already a .45 min challange to leave town) Schools overflowing (an issue we face today with our population at approx 82k) City Services: Police & Fire Quality of life for our citizens will be greatly reduced by the increase in population, leading to a crowded & polluted city.
Julia January 29, 2013 at 04:39 PM
Judy, You forgot to add the link to register: Here's a link to the town-hall meeting; http://pleasantontownhall.eventbrite.com/
Judy Galletti January 29, 2013 at 07:01 PM
Julia. Looking forward to meeting you. You'll love our meetings. Never had boisterous problem, and not expecting one. I, always, approach the meetings as a course study and never have been disappointed. THANKS!!!
LL January 30, 2013 at 05:23 AM
Thanks Judy.
cher howe January 30, 2013 at 04:24 PM
Sorry I missed this meeting. But, as an aside, why meet in Pleasanton if the subject matter is concerning Livermore?
Julia January 30, 2013 at 04:40 PM
Cher, The subject matter was not just about Livermore. The meeting was eye opening to say the least. Our city government(s) have been actively planning to build multiple high density (Stack & pack) housing units all over the tri-valley. Not only will these "houses" add to the overall population but it will significantly & negatively impact our infrastructure & overall quality of life. Our "elected officials" have not truly considered how to address the already over burdened public services & infrastructure; schools, roads, water, police, fire & the overall environmental impacts of added litter, noise, traffic congestion & air quality. Livermore and our surrounding neighbor cities of Plesanton, Dublin, San Ramon etc... are facing the same horrific stack and pack proposals. OUR QUALITY OF LIFE AND PROPERTY VALUES ARE AT RISK.
Judy Galletti January 31, 2013 at 09:08 AM
Well said, Julia. We missed you Cher. Try to come to our monthly meetings at the Livermore Terminal building on Terminal Circle (the short little building) = 6:45PM = fourth Thursday of the month. Happy you came LL. I was able to meet a few bloggers, last night. Wish I could have met you. I'm sure I did, but didn't know. Yes, it was a great meeting. Looking forward to more!!
Rich Buckley February 01, 2013 at 10:28 PM
It seems to goes hand-in-hand with attitude in so many bueracrarts http://tinyurl.com/3k8o3fm


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