Pleasanton Agrees to Brown's Plan for More Housing Closer to Where People Work

Office of the Attorney General

PLEASANTON - Attorney General Edmund G. Brown Jr. and the City of Pleasanton have reached a precedent-setting agreement ending Pleasanton's restrictions on new housing and opening the way for jobs and new housing to be located close to each other.

"This agreement clears the way for new jobs, less congested freeways and cleaner air," Brown said. "It requires homes to be built closer to where people work to reduce long commutes and create a more neighborly urban environment."

Read the entire news release here.

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