Week in Review: Sign Controversy, Fire at Arlen Ness Motorcycles and a Robbery at Harvey’s Dry Cleaners.

Some of the stories that made news this past week in Dublin

New brewhouse serving Dublin: After much anticipation, BJ’s Brewhouse is finally open for business in Dublin. Besides offering their famous Pizookie dessert along with handcrafted microbrew beers, BJ’s also offers an extremely family-friendly menu.

Sign drama: Phillip Chin  that city officials have told him he must modify or take down the sign in front of his  on Regional Street. The about the ongoing discussions with Chin. 

Fire behind Arlen Ness Motorcycles: No one was injured last weekend during a fire behind Arlen Ness Motorcycles. The Alameda County Fire Department extinguished the blaze quickly and said the damage was limited to several vans parked behind the business.

Robbery at Harvey’s Cleaners: On Wednesday, was robbed by a man armed with a silver handgun. The suspect is a white man, about 5-foot-4, 150 pounds, clean shaven and wearing a white baseball cap, a light gray hooded sweatshirt and light blue baggy jeans. He was sporting a tattoo that said "Megan" on the right side of his neck. If you have any information about the suspect or robbery you are asked to contact Dublin Police Services Investigations Sgt. Yesenia Sanchez at 925-833-6682.

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