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- Occupation: Community Volunteer
- Pleasanton Unified School District Board Trustee 1993 - 2003
- Twice elected President of Pleasanton Unified School District Board of Trustees 2000 - 2001, 2001-2002
- Pleasanton Weekly 2002 Woman of the Year
- Mayor Tom Pico 2002 Mayor's Award for meritorious community service
- Graduate of Thomas Jefferson University School of Nursing. Degree RN
- Pleasanton Chamber of Commerce, Community Service Award 1998
- General Plan Update: affordable housing, open space and trails, citizen public facilities
- Traffic and Freeway Congestion: I am opposed to the Stoneridge extension to El Charro and the West Las Positas interchange.
- Economic Vitality and Fiscal Responsibility: I support the recruitment and retention of quality businesses to build our tax base. Shop in Pleasanton!
- Occupation: Engineer/Program Director
- Member, Pleasanton Planning Commission
- Chair, Pleasanton Energy Committee
- B.S. Marine Engineering Technology
Jerry T. Thorne, P.E.
- Adopt a new General Plan reflective of our Community Values
- Eliminate Las Positas Interchange and Stoneridge extension, keep undeveloped hillsides as open space
- Enhance Community Centered Government
- Occupation: Retired Environmental Engineer
- Parks and Recreation Commissioner since 1995, Elected Chair for 2 terms.
- Vice Chair of Pleasanton Energy Committee
- Coauthored a successful Initiative that preserves a portion of Bernal Property for Lighted Sports Fields for our kids.
- Bachelor's Degree from the University of Tennessee
- Over 35 Years as Professional Environmental Engineer and 26 years a multi-function Manager with Fortune 500 Co.
- Member of 2010 Agricultural Lands and Open Space Committee
- TRAFFIC CONGESTION PROBLEMS IN PLEASANTON MUST BE SOLVED. A community wide impact an cost/benefit analysis must drive the decision making process.
- Completion of a Comprehensive General Plan Update that reflects decisions that are in the best interest of the entire community.
- A focus on providing a Teen Center, Cultural Arts Center, additional affordable housing, lighted sports fields and other high priority facilities.
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News and Analysis
- Watch local channel 26 for showings of the League of Women Voters' candidates' forum on September 15th.
- Tri-Valley Herald:
City Hall Faces Big Changes In November 9/17/04
- Tri Valley Herald:
Candidates Stake Out Voter Issues 09/29/04
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