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How much do you value the quality of life in the Livermore Valley?

Our city elected officials have handed over control of Livermore to the regional bureaucrats who intend to build high density housing.

As a former resident of San Jose, my place of birth and home-town for many years, I truly appreciate and value all that Livermore has to offer. The small town look and feel, the history, the friendly people, low crime, quality schools, beautiful parks, special events, wineries, restaurants and the lovely downtown.

All of the attributes that make Livermore such a wonderful place to live, work and raise a family are now at risk.

I would expect to see a slow, steady, well planned and managed growth of my new home-town. Sadly, what many of us do not realize is that our city elected officials have handed over control of Livermore to the regional bureaucrats who are pushing tri-valley cities to build high density, low income, transit village type housing. This new population explosion will negatively impact schools, roads, neighborhoods & property values. We are on the verge of a major population explosion if we do not act now.

How much do you value the quality of life in Livermore? Do you value it enough to sign a petition or attend a city council meeting?

Please take a minute to click on the link, and get involved. Let’s save Livermore and maintain our quality of life.

http://www.bayarealiberty.com

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Rich Buckley February 05, 2013 at 04:51 PM
There's perhaps a larger issue facing our community and about a 15-mile radius. Letter To My Old Squadron Buddies --- The Next Big False Flag Set-up by Rich Buckley http://tinyurl.com/a3snstz

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