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City Manager's Newsletter
Updates and news from the City of Livermore                            2/27/2014
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  In This Issue
 dot1.png  Message from Troy Brown
 dot1.png  New City Attorney
 dot1.png  Complete Streets Award
 dot1.png  Water Conservation
 dot1.png  Recycling Volunteer Models


March comes in like a lion and out like a lamb.   Let's hope upcoming storms bring big rain totals for local reservoirs!  Read below about the new 20% voluntary water conservation goals for Livermore Municipal Water users.  Cal Water customers are encouraged to do the same.  Also, congratulations to Jason Alcala, our New City Attorney.  Troy Brown, Acting City Manager/Assistant City Manager


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New City Attorney -- Mr. Jason R. Alcala was recently appointed by the City Council as the new Livermore City Attorney.  Mr. Alcala joined the City in 2004 as an Assistant City Attorney.  He had previously worked for the cities of Thousand Oaks, Chino and Coachella.  Mayor John Marchand described Mr. Alcala as a skilled municipal law expert who is intimately familiar with the administrative and operation functions critical to the City's success.  Mr. Alcala and his wife Tiffanie live in Tracy with their two children.  For a longer bio, visit in the News section.

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Complete Streets Award -- Smart Growth America recognized the City of Livermore, along with several other U.S. cities, for its Complete Streets Policy adopted by the City Council in January 2013.  The policy implements the vision that the City uses to plan, design, fund, construct, operate and maintain a safe and efficient transportation system whether by car, bicycle or foot.  The award cover report features this photo from downtown Livermore.  To read more, visit

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Water Conservation --At the February 24th meeting, the Livermore City Council implemented Stage One of the City's Water Shortage Contingency Plan which calls for a 20% voluntary water reduction.  This reduction translates to a savings of 25 gallons of water a day per person.  For more information and conservation tips, visit  The City will continue to provide regular updates on the website regarding the drought situation.

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Recycling Volunteer Models-- The City is looking for a family with children as well as a couple in their 50s or 60s for a photo shoot to promote recycling and composting in Livermore.  To be eligible, you must be a Livermore resident and reside in a single family home with a suitable kitchen counter area and a driveway/street area.  To apply, email your name, address, contact email/phone, photo of your family with names and ages, and a photo of your kitchen by March 31st to  Participant thank you gifts will be received.  For more details, call the Recycling helpline at 925-960-8015.

City of Livermore/City Manager
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