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Congressman Meets with Tri-Valley Mayors

Congressman Swalwell with Danville Mayor Robert Storer, Pleasanton Mayor Jerry T. Thorne, Livermore Mayor John Marchand, and Dublin Vice Mayor Don Biddle
Congressman Swalwell with Danville Mayor Robert Storer, Pleasanton Mayor Jerry T. Thorne, Livermore Mayor John Marchand, and Dublin Vice Mayor Don Biddle
Congressman Eric Swalwell (CA-15) met with Tri-Valley Mayors in Washington, DC on Thursday.

Swalwell was was joined by Danville Mayor Robert Storer, Pleasanton Mayor Jerry T. Thorne, Livermore Mayor John Marchand, and Dublin Vice Mayor Don Biddle.

During the annual trip the group discussed the BART to Livermore extension, public access television, the Livermore Valley Open Campus, and highway projects such as I-580/I-680, according to a Swalwell staffer.
Jay March 17, 2014 at 09:59 AM
NO on the Bart Extension, NO on Raising taxes, and NO on ?Marchand and Swalwell. We need a Mayor and a Congressman doing what's best for Livermore and not just their own benefit or a political favor that will better their political careers. Swalwell is a rubber stamp for Feinstein. Narcissistic rule from 3,000 miles away.
Joe Granada March 17, 2014 at 03:08 PM
Joe - you're right, I did not hear anything about a man freezing to death on the street here, and I could not find any reporting on it when I googled either. Can you provide any details?
Joe Fox March 18, 2014 at 02:57 AM
I heard he was found by a friend in the bushes near Round Table Pizza on Railroad in Livermore. He was cold, his face was purple and someone tried to provide him with a blanket. His friends called him too tall Paul.
Joe Granada March 18, 2014 at 02:04 PM
OK, if you find anything else, please let us know. Official confirmation that someone did, in fact, freeze to death on the streets of Livermore would be a big deal.
TrueRealist March 19, 2014 at 08:28 PM
@ Joe Fox It was a high of 63 degrees and a low of 51 degrees in Livermore on 2/28/14. You don't freeze to death in 51 degree weather. Sorry to break the news to you...

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