From Pleasanton Weekly | July 8, 2021
Hively on the move
Pleasanton-based family support nonprofit Hively is relocating to a larger headquarters space in another part of the city.
Already moved out of its old office on Owens Drive, Hively is housed in temporary quarters until tenant improvements are completed next month at its new permanent headquarters at 7901 Stoneridge Drive, Suite 150.
“We made the move because we wanted a bigger space as we are looking to expand our services in the near future,” said Hively office manager Valerie Arkin, who is also a member of the Pleasanton City Council.
The nonprofit provides social services support for children and families in need in Alameda County.
Community leaders and Nissan USA executives recently joined local owners-operators Inder and Jessie Dosanjh for the ceremonial groundbreaking of the new Dublin Nissan dealership
The 31,840-square-foot facility will be located next to the Kaiser Permanente medical offices in eastern Dublin. The Dosanjh Team makes Dublin their home and headquarters, with other brands that include Chevrolet, Cadillac, Buick, GMC and Infiniti.
2040 Vision Plan
The Innovation Tri-Valley Leadership Group last month released its 2040 Vision Plan, a comprehensive study in partnership with the Bay Area Council Economic Institute with “key initiatives that are designed to foster strategic growth in a positive and collaborative culture” now and into the future in the region.
The process focused on top priorities including globally recognized innovation, connections and collaborations, equity and inclusion, balanced and diverse lifestyle, and epicenter of solutions.
Weekly blogger Tim Hunt highlighted the 2040 Vision Plan in his June 15 Tim Talk blog, or see the plan at innovationtrivalley.org.
$13.1M in financing
Amador Valley Industries LLC and its affiliates recently received approval from state agencies for tax-exempt note financing not to exceed $13,085,000 to purchase additional California Air Resources Board-compliant vehicles, upgrade equipment and repay prior bond notes.
The proposal was initially endorsed by the California Pollution Control Financing Authority in April and then confirmed several weeks later by the California Debt Limit Allocation Committee.
“The borrower handles recyclables collection for the city of Dublin and just had their agreement extended for 15 years. They are going to purchase compressed natural gas (CNG)-fueled collection vehicles for use in their work for the city,” a CPCFA spokesperson told the Weekly.