Editorial

Stop Pandering, Pay Attention to Pandemic

Oct 08,2020

Driving through Alameda, I see campaign signs alternating with piles of possessions left behind by people who can no longer afford to live in Alameda. The $600 additional unemployment benefits many people were surviving on ran out in July.

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All Hallows Eve and COVID-19

Oct 08,2020

As a parent I find myself at a bit of a loss this Halloween season. With three girls, aged 12, 10 and 2, Halloween is one of the bigger holidays on our yearly horizon.

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Partnering in a Crisis

Oct 01,2020

This October, as Alameda Municipal Power (AMP) takes part in a nationwide, annual celebration of public power, I am recognizing how AMP’s commitment to community is crucial in a time of crisis.

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Measure Z’s Time Has Now Arrived

Sep 24,2020

Four decades ago, Alamedans voted for Measure A, putting into the City Charter Article 26, which prohibited new multi-family dwelling units. A later measure set a maximum density of one housing unit per 2,000 square feet of land.

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Measure Z Won’t Provide the Answer

Sep 24,2020

We will decide the fate of our city this coming November election: On the ballot, residents will be voting on Measure Z, which would repeal Article 26, known as measure A, in its entirety.

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A Student Journalist’s View

Sep 17,2020

The discontinuation of the Acellus learning program is yet another obstacle that the students of Alameda Unified School District (AUSD) have faced while transitioning back into the school year.

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