The Alameda City Council approved funding to provide free legal services to low-income Alameda tenants. This new funding supports tenants in the city with termination or eviction notices, rent increases, lack of repairs or habitability, harassment or retaliation and other landlord-tenant disputes.
In honor of Pearl Harbor Day, Dec. 7, the Alameda Naval Air Museum will commemorate the 77th anniversary of Japan’s invasion of Pearl Harbor with free admission all day Saturday, Dec. 8, from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.
The museum will present photo displays and models of U.S. and Japanese airplanes, including famous ships, boats, the Blue Angels, the USS Enterprise, the Battle of Midway, Women in Service and the Coast Guard.
Deliotte, an international audit and assurance, tax, legal, risk and financial advisory and consulting firm maintains a database of the fastest-growing companies in North America. Called the “Fast 500,” the companies chosen for the honor “combine technological innovation, entrepreneurship and rapid growth,” according to the Deliotte website. The 2018 winners included two companies from Alameda: Exelixis, Inc. and Penumbra, Inc. Both work in the healthcare industry and are located at the Harbor Bay Business Park.
The 2018 Alameda Firefighters Toy Program (AFTP) is underway. The program will ensure that all low-income Alameda parents who sign up at the Alameda Food Bank receive age-appropriate holiday toys for their children from newborns to age 12 and $25 gift cards for youth ages 13 to 17.
Parents needing toys can sign up at the Alameda Food Bank on or before Saturday, Dec. 8, by visiting alamedafoodbank.org or calling 523-5850. The program especially needs donations of crafts, sports balls and items for older children.