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The Future Of Diablo Valley Conference On Sept.30 In Pleasant Hill


The Diablo Valley Tech Initiative is organizing the “Future of Diablo Valley” conference on Friday, Sept. 30 at the DVC campus.

This conference offers networking through small group discussions and intimate lunch tables, as well as great content about aviation and biotech opportunities in our region.


The audience will include:

  • Local business leaders
  • Economic and workplace development professionals
  • Community college faculty and staff
  • Chambers of Commerce staff and leadership
  • Elected officials

Learn more: https://www.dvti.org/conference


Ricardoh September 27, 2022 - 6:01 PM

Sounds boring as all get out.

S September 27, 2022 - 6:07 PM

for $25 admission, I wanna know what’s on that lunch menu…


Captain Bebops September 27, 2022 - 6:32 PM

With guidelines written by the WEF?

Kauai Mike September 28, 2022 - 5:01 AM

I wonder if all that high-tech environmental stuff will offset the growing chaos, crime, and collapse of America we see unfolding – thanks to politicians & corporations planning our futures with lining their pockets as the primary goal.

Obamavirus September 28, 2022 - 8:02 AM

The future is Zimbabwe with electric buses as long as democrat marxists remain in power. The planes will be dropping out of the sky because the idiots can’t add or subtract or speak in clear plain English. The biotech labs will remain unrealized as funds are drained away into paybacks and pay to play schemes. The “ minority-majority” population will be waging daily attacks against the remaining middle class who will be barricaded into their neighborhoods behind armed security. There will be giant video screens with Obama and Hillary dressed in Mao suits calling for revolution!

WC Resident September 28, 2022 - 8:53 AM

I looked at the picture for this announcement. I never knew that nearly all of Diablo Valley was north of highway 4. We will be living in flying houses. What are those tall things that look like stacks of cinderblocks set on their sides at the edges of the mudflats? Are they rabbit warrens or habitat for the homeless?

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