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Christian Trujano

Staff reporter, Pleasanton Weekly

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About Christian
Christian Trujano is a staff reporter for Embarcadero Media's East Bay Division, the Pleasanton Weekly. He returned to the company in May 2022 after having interned for the Palo Alto Weekly in 2019.

Christian primarily covers the Pleasanton city, school board, Zone 7 water and general news beats while also helping cover the greater Tri-Valley region. Since May, Christian has reported on the 2022 primary elections; middle schoolers protesting gun violence; city council plans on funding city projects; and the fire on the Pleasanton Ridge.

A San Jose native who studied at San Jose State and De Anza College, Christian began writing for school newspapers in 2017. While he has enjoyed writing about city and school meetings since then, Christian also enjoys watching Bay Area sports, making music for fun and taking care of his two new kittens.
Stories by Christian
Tri-Valley nonprofit Hively selects Hekl as permanent CEO
Pleasanton-based child and family support nonprofit Hively has announced that Mary Hekl will be the organization's permanent CEO after serving as interim for the past five months.
[Tuesday, July 12, 2022]

Alameda County health officials end mask mandate
People in Alameda County could again choose not to wear a mask in most indoor settings starting on Saturday, health officials announced in a news release three weeks after they reinstated the mask mandate amid a COVID-19 surge in June.
[Sunday, June 26, 2022]

Voters elect three incumbents, one newcomer to Zone 7 Board of Directors
Current directors Dennis Gambs, Sarah Palmer and Olivia Sanwong won re-election and challenger Dawn Benson took the fourth position available in the June 7 primary for the Zone 7 Water Agency Board of Directors.
[Sunday, June 19, 2022]

Zone 7's Patterson Pass plant shifts to ozonation water treatment process
Residents in the Tri-Valley region will start to see and taste a difference in their tap water thanks to upgrades the Zone 7 Water Agency has made to the Patterson Pass Water Treatment Plant in Livermore.
[Thursday, June 16, 2022]

Juneteenth events in Livermore aim to educate, raise awareness
This weekend, Livermore Valley Arts and Tri-Valley for Black Lives, are hosting two Juneteenth celebrations at the Bankhead Theater to commemorate the official end of slavery in the U.S. and to educate people about racial justice.
[Tuesday, June 14, 2022]

Middle school students in Pleasanton organize walkout to protest gun violence
More than 300 students at Hart Middle School participated in a walkout Tuesday morning in response to the mass shooting in Uvalde, Texas where 19 children and two teachers were killed at an elementary school one week earlier.
[Tuesday, May 31, 2022]