About 30 East End Alameda neighbors rallied for the Black Lives Matter cause on the morning of June 6. The group, spanning all four corners of Fernside Boulevard and Garfield Avenue, was organized by nearby resident Sarah Noble (fifth from right), an Alameda High School teacher.
At its Monday, June 22, meeting the Planning Borad will consider applications for use permits, one on Park Street, the other on Webster.
As of June 15, there are 61 cases of COVID-19 in the City of Alameda, an increase of 10 cases since we posted on June 1. Alameda County has 4,481 cases, 98 hospitalizations, and 112 deaths (by comparison, on June 1 we had 3,515 cases, 97 hospitalizations, and 97 deaths).
Jef St. George sent in this photograph, one of the many he took on the evening of June 5, when Alamedans organized a dance party and car parade to support Black Lives Matter. “I’m so proud of my town right now,” wrote St. George.