Week in Review: LED Swap-Out; Tax & Cancer Fibber Jailed; Farewells to Ex-Mayor, Councilmember

A look at some of last week's stories in Pleasanton.

'Pressing Water Issues' Addressed in Tri-Valley on Jan. 30.

Free Parent Education Series Offered. The monthly course will be held at the Pleasanton Public Library.

Pleasanton Brings Home Their Camp Pendleton Marine. Foothill High graduate Alex Beatty credits his experience with a Super Soaker for his exceptional skills on the firing range, according to one of his letters home.

Pleasanton Ranked in Top 10 Best Places in California for Job Seekers.

Pleasanton Woman Sentenced to 27 Months in Prison for Tax Fraud. Feds say Denise LaShawn Reed falsely claimed she was being treated for breast cancer.

New Charges Filed Against Livermore Golf Pro. Andrew Michael Nisbet now faces 75 felony counts involving three boys.

Police Log: Swiped Cars; Fraud; Vandalism. Update on beating victim, warrant arrests, and more from Jan. 5 to 11.

Former Pleasanton Mayor Ken Mercer Dies. Flags will be flown at half-staff in honor of the 71-year-old who died Tuesday.

Memorial Service Celebrating Life of Former City Council Member Karin Mohr. The service will be held on Jan. 26 at the Pleasanton Senior Center.

LED Street Light Conversion Project Begins Soon. City officials say the $1.6 million project will save about $200,000 a year.

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