The Tri-Valley enclaves of Pleasanton, Livermore, and Dublin are expected to see a double-digit percentage bump in population over the next decade, said Alameda County leaders at a meeting attended by MediaNews. Officials at the “Summit 2016” get-together also said the county is expected to get more Asian (from 21 to 31 percent) and Hispanic (from 19 to 27 percent) and less white (from 41 to 24 percent) in the coming ten years.
OK, so what does it all mean? To provide insight, MediaNews turned to Mary O’Hara-Devereaux, a “futurist and founder of Global Foresight, which examines future trends and strategies,” who offered the following analysis: “I think Alameda County has a great shot at being a great place in the future.”
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