Bryant wants people to stay in Brentwood as city continues to grow

City of Brentwood Mayor Joel Bryant speaks during his State of the City presentation on Wednesday, May 17.

BRENTWOOD – Mayor Joel Bryant wants the people of Brentwood to stay in Brentwood to both live and work.

In Wednesday’s State of the City meeting at Brentwood City Hall, Bryant displayed an overview on the recent activities throughout the city through the last couple of years as it celebrates its 75th anniversary, along with what the community can look forward to in the years to come.

Along with the various events that the city has planned that were announced through the rest of the calendar year, Bryant stayed focused on his goal to continue to build Brentwood and foster its growth.


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When I hear the word "growth", I cringe, I have visions of what they did in Dublin that created all the Tri Valley problems. That is why I moved from Pleasanton to Brentwood. But like I saw in the Tri Valley, the politicians will cave to the developers and will laugh all the way to the bank!

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