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Alameda County, CA November 6, 2001 Election
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By John Stein

Candidate for Member, City Council; City of Livermore

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John Stein Age 58 Occupation: Councilmember
With your support, I will contiue to listen to residents, neighborhoods, and community groups and helping improve Livermore's quality of life. I am proud of our accoplishments. Downtown has attractive new restaurants, and will soon have the Goldent Triangle with upscale shopping, plaza, hotel and performing arts theater. We have safer city with more police and paramedics. ValleyCare's Livermore campus will soon offer expanded services with medical offices and senior housing. We are finishing Isabel expressway, Concannon Boulevard and Arroyo Road improvements and are working to bring BART to Livermore.WE are completing a City Hall upgrade, a new Main Library and have two new fire stations. With the South Livermore Plan we have doubled the acres of planted vineyards, added wineries, doubled the size of Sycamore Growve Park and put a permanent voter approved Urban Growth Boundary around South Livermore. Projects like the Lowe's Shopping Center and KLA-Tencor development are increasing our sales and property tax base. I am committed to keeping our small town character, improving our public services and supporting good schools, parks and permanent open space. I will support the recommendations of the Livermore Vison Project. Share this pride and commitment to makeing livermore andeven better place to live, work and raise a family. On November 6th please vote for John Stein.

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