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Danville's General Plan Update - the facts. Danville did not happen by accident - it has been carefully planned.

Danville's General Plan Update - the facts. Danville did not happen by accident - it has been carefully planned. The 3rd update to Danville's General Plan since incorporation, the 2030 Plan, is largely based on the previous plan. Danville w...as built out in the year 2000 and has preserved 40% permanent open space and has very limited growth of 30 people per year. Please check out our dedicated General Plan website to find out the facts, get answers to frequently asked questions and sign up for updates and news.

Cast your vote today!

Cast your vote today between 7 am and 8 pm at your designated polling place. If you have your absentee ballot, you must sign your name on the outside of the return envelope and drop off at any polling station. Cast your vote today!

Tri-Valley Mayors participate in the Tri-Valley Veterans Day Parade in Pleasanton

Tri-Valley Mayors participate in the Tri-Valley Veterans Day Parade in Pleasanton yesterday. On a beautiful cool fall afternoon, several thousand spectators lined Old Town Pleasanton's Main Street to celebrate the 16th Annual Tri-Valley Veteran's Day parade. Veteran's groups both young and old gathered to salute our Veteran's thanking them for their service to our country. Military vehicles, classic cars and fire trucks made up a great event with a marching bands, cheerleaders and color guards. The Bluestar Mom's proudly marched along holding pictures of their sons and daughters who are currently serving in the military.This annual event drew several thousand spectators to help cheer on our veteran's. A great day to spend giving thanks to those who served their country on our behalf. Thank you to all Veterans!

Eagle Scouts Helle, Silva, Wilde, Bonin, Hall & Wightman

This past weekend Mayor Arnerich recognized six young men for achievement of attaining Eagle Scouts at two events. On Saturday at the Veterans Memorial Building a National Eagle Court of Honor was held for Mathew Helle and Anthony Silva, both from Troop 1630. On Sunday another National Eagle Court of Honor was held for Parker Wilde, Chase Bonin, Tanner Hall and Jackson Wightman at the Danville LDS Church of Troop 206. These young men have demonstrated extraordinary leadership skills and each organized a community service project. Their project ranged from restoring 11 wood benches at Hap Magee Ranch Park to replacing the public drain covers alerting residents about not dumping toxic materials in our storm drains. Other project included construction of an outdoor staging at a local church and building tables for Heather Farms. On behalf of the entire Danville Town Council we congratulate these young men for their outstanding achievement of attaining the Rank of Eagle Scouts and no a scout for the rest of their lives.

The Story Behind the 'Sign'

 
Local elections are non-partisan in the State of California and as such offers an opportunity for each participant to make their own personal mark. We were asked about our campaign sign and what are the images? The tree shown in the lower left is a Modesto Ash tree from Newell's valley town where he grew up. The group of kids on the left are playing soccer - one of Newell's passion was coaching Mustang Soccer for 10 years. The next image is a couple heading off to play sports followed by a couple walking with one of their children. The Arnerich's daughter was enthusiastic about anything related to horses shown in the next image. The final scene is Newell's wife who started off in Danville as a kindergarten teacher at Montair Elementary School in Danville. Together all the images are about what Danville represents to Newell and his family. The colors are Danville green contrasted with brilliant white and absolute black. Yes, it is a campaign sign, but with a personal story.

Rotary Home Team - Home Maintenance for the Elderly to the San Ramon Valley

Rotary Home Team- Home Maintenance for the Elderly to the San Ramon Valley completed repairs at 5 homes this last Saturday.A team of six Danville-Sycamore Valley Rotary Club members, including member Mayor Newell Arnerich, visited 5 homes in Danville and San Ramon to help seniors with home repairs.
 
The Danville-Sycamore Valley Rotary Club is proud to assist Seniors that have a difficult time with many common household repairs due to their physical condition or safety issues. In some cases the cost of hiring a handyman or contractor to perform minor repairs is prohibitive, and there may not be any family able or willing to assist.

Danville Express endorse Arnerich. Doyle & Morgan: Experience Matters

Danville Express endorsements: Experience matters
Express endorses Arnerich, Doyle and Morgan for council.
by Express Editorial Board 

Seven candidates, including two incumbents, are running for three seats on the Danville Town Council. Terms are up for incumbents Mike Doyle and current Mayor Newell Arnerich and both are seeking re-election while former Mayor Candace Andersen vacated the third seat when she took office as District 2 Supervisor in June.

Danville is lucky to have a handful of qualified candidates in the race, which has many residents divided on whether to re-elect experienced Council members or add new blood to the mix.

David Livingston, CCC Sheriff Endorses Mayor Newell Arnerich

The Hon. David O. Livingston, Contra Costa County's Sheriff, a Danville resident, endorses Mayor Newell Arnerich for re-election to the Danville Town Council. Sheriff Livingston lives in Danville with his wife Agnes, his three sons and step-daughter. He earned a Bachelor’s Degree with Honors from the University of California at Santa Barbara and later earned his law degree from the USF School of Law. He attended the FBI Academy, graduated from the POST Command College and is an attorney admitted to practice in both the state and federal courts.

Construction Jobs for Veterans!

Construction Jobs for Veterans - SolarCity / CleanEdison - Costa Costa Veteran Recruitment.
 
If you know a veteran that is looking for a job, please pass along this information to email their resume as soon as possible to vgc@veteransgreenjobs.org today!

CAPA Endorses Mayor Newell Arnerich for Danville Town Council

CAPA Endorses Mayor Newell Arnerich for Danville Town Council
 
 
"CAPA is nonpartisan. Our Board's candidate recommendations are based on, whenever feasible, candidate interviews, qualification analyses, and research conducted by the Board. Our Board Members also studied, analyzed, and debated the merits of each Proposition. We make our recommendations in the interests of CAPA and its members. A 2/3 majority vote of the Board is required for each endorsement. These results are published as guidelines for your use."
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