"I am donating 100% of my commissions to a local non-profit organization each month during these trying times," said Shelley Goldblum, Senior Director/Fine Wine Concierge for Boisset Collection. "Please help me help others by ordering your wines through my website." Shelley will be donating 100% of her Boisset commission for the month of June to Agape Villages Foster Agency (agapevillages.org) which is a licensed foster family agency placing children in foster homes in communities throughout Northern
At their May 28 meeting, the Alameda County Transportation Commission (ACTC) opened a 45-day comment period to consider actions requested from the Tri-Valley – San Joaquin Valley Regional Rail Authority that will pave the way for Valley Link to receive $400 million that had previously been allocated for BART to Livermore. The requested actions include several components: • Acknowledge the rail authority as a new agency in Alameda County eligible to receive Measure BB funds from ACTC; • Remove the BART to
View letter here The Mayors of Pleasanton, Dublin and Livermore submitted a letter on June 5, 2020 to Dr. Erica Pan, Interim Public Health Officer for the Alameda County Public Health Department, requesting consideration of a Sub-Regional Approach to Revising the County's Shelter in Place Order.
After just a few months in operation, the Tri-Valley Nonprofit Fund announced today its first distribution of $60,000 and the launch of its “Round Two” donation drive. A campaign of the Tri-Valley Nonprofit Alliance, the TVNF’s initial distribution is comprised of $30,000 from community donations and $30,000 from the Matching Funds Program, much of which was raised in the first 30 days. Round One Distribution Recap The $60,000 was distributed the first week of June in increments of $10,000 in
Pleasanton Chamber of Commerce President/CEO Steve Van Dorn sent the following letter to Alameda County Public Health Department Interim Public Health Officer Dr. Erica Pan, requesting the County Health Department consider revising the County's Shelter In Place Order. June 9, 2020 Dr. Erica Pan, Interim Public Health Officer Alameda County Public Health Department 1000 Broadway, Suite 500 Oakland, CA 94607 Subject: Request to Consider Revising the County’s Shelter in Place Order Dear Dr.
The Pleasanton Downtown Association, in partnership with the City of Pleasanton and the Pleasanton Chamber of Commerce, has compiled the Rebound Business Toolkit. A toolkit of actions to develop a plan for a safe and successful reopening of our downtown Pleasanton. Please take the time to read and follow all guidelines to help keep the public - along with you, your customers, and staff - healthy. It’s up to all of us to do our part. Click on links throughout this doc to access webpages and other documents
In an effort to support our downtown businesses during these unprecedented times, the City of Pleasanton will be implementing a street closure on Main Street in order to allow for downtown businesses to expand their footprint. This opportunity is open to all downtown businesses and the goal is to begin to reactivate our downtown. This PDF contains important details on the street closure. Please take a moment to review. Within the document you will find how your business can participate, the dates and
KKIQ, your hometown station, is pleased to present a Back toBusiness Stimulus Advertising Package. As local businesses are opening up in one capacity or another, KKIQ has put together these packages as a way to let people know they are back and to get their name out there. Contact Michelle with any questions.
The purpose of this program is to Honor the Heroes of COVID-19 – where the community can sponsor a Hero that they know or sponsor a Hero that we will find for them.Thank and Honor the Heroes of Covid-19 Our community is proud of the many Doctors, Nurses, First Responders, Grocery Store Employees, and all essential workers who have risked their own health to take care of us and keep us safe. Now it’s our turn to do something special for them.Thank a Hero with a Wine Tour The Livermore Wine Trolley is
Summit Financial Group invites you to attend our LIVE Zoom webinar: College Planning in the Midst of a Pandemic.Thursday, July 9 at 4:00 p.m. Register here Despite the economic uncertainties caused by the COVID-19 pandemic, planning and saving for college remains top-of-mind for parents. During this interactive session, we’ll provide practical tips for navigating the journey. We’ll give you the necessary tools to map out the best path for your child both academically and financially. Guest Hosts: College
Keep Your Sanity! When Parenting with a Difficult ExFree workshop presented by Kimberly Koste, Relationship Coach In this workshop you will: ° Immediately Take Back Control by Making ONE Change ° Reduce your stress and their ability to trigger you in 3 steps ° Teach your children to do the same (at any age!)Tuesday, July 14, 2020 at 6:00 p.m. on Zoom Click here to register for the free workshop"After working with Kimberly, I was much more conscious of the way in which my relationship could change..."