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Mandatory Water Conservation Update
The State of Caifornia has enacted mandatory water conservation regulations...
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West Nile Virus in Livermore
A West Nile virus-positive group of mosquitoes have been confirmed in southeast Livermore...

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On November 4th, 2014 Alameda County Voters to Consider Extending Transportation Sales Tax
On November 4th, 2014 Alameda County Voters to Consider Extending Transportation Sales Tax
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Livermore Shows Appreciation to Local Businesses
Livermore’s Mayor Marchand recently held two receptions for top businesses in the City. Top employers and sales tax generators were recognized. The receptions provided the Mayor an opportunity to thank Livermore businesses, while also providing an informal setting in which business representatives could share their thoughts and desires with the Mayor and City staff. The Mayor expressed his appreciation for the businesses that help keep Livermore’s economy growing, allowing the City to provide public services to the community.

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Livermore Area Youth Advisory Commission seeking new members!
The Livermore Area Youth Advisory Commission is seeking adult applicants, and youth applicants ages 12 - 20.
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City Council Extends Drought Requirements to Entire City
The Livermore City Council adopted an interim emergency ordinance on May 12, 2014...
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News ImageLivermore Around the Web
Livermore's quality of life is no longer the best kept secret in the Bay Area...
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News ImageCity Enacts Conservation Rates
The City of Livermore enacted Conservation Rates at the Stage 3 level...
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News ImageYes, We Live in Earthquake Country!
The tragedies following the recent earthquakes in Japan reminds us of our own vulnerability with living in California’s earthquake country. Knowledgeable U.S. Geologic Survey scientists indicate a 62% probability of a 6.7 magnitude or greater earthquake occurring in the San Francisco Bay Area within the next 30 years.
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