A recently released Navy document reveals that an implausible last-minute health-risk theory killed the Navy’s plan for upgrading and expanding wetlands at Alameda Point where a regional park is planned (“Navy To Create New Wetlands at Point,” Jan. 3, 2019).
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The Postal Service is accepting letters for the 109-year-old USPS Operation Santa program. Letters must be postmarked by Dec. 10 and will be uploaded to USPSOperationSanta.com through Dec. 15 for potential adoption.
I have the Old Man trained, three walks a day, two dog beds, proper food and treats plus my personal couch and car blankets. It really didn’t take that long for me to whip him into shape. I have had mixed results with the Old Lady, but let’s just say she doesn’t cramp my style.
As President Biden and other world leaders meet in Glasgow, Scotland this week for the UN climate change conference, local efforts are underway to protect our city from the harmful impacts of climate change, especially sea level rise, an existential threat to our island community.
Mayor Marilyn Ezzy Ashcraft and the City of Alameda Social Service Human Relations Board will honor the contributions of individuals, businesses, and nonprofits at the eighth annual Community Service Awards Ceremony, held virtually on Wednesday, Nov. 17, at 6:30 p.m.