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Investigators from the East Bay Regional Park District Police Department (EBRPD) and the Alameda Police Department (APD) consulted with the Alameda County District Attorney’s (DA) Office on the current investigations relating to attempted sexual assaults and sexual harassment in the area of Robert Crown Memorial State Beach.

 

Community Action for a Sustainable Alameda (CASA) and BikeWalk Alameda are co-hosting forums for Council candidates next Thursday, Sept. 20, at 6:30 p.m. and Mayoral candidates Monday, Oct. 1, at 6:30 p.m.; both in the Grand Ballroom of the Elks Lodge, 2255 Santa Clara Ave.

The nonprofit organizations do not endorse candidates, but are holding these forums to educate voters. Visit bikewalkalameda.org to see responses to the BikeWalk Alameda questionnaire and www.casa-alameda.org to see responses to the CASA questionnaire.

Ospreys returned again this year to nest at Alameda Point’s Seaplane Lagoon. But midway through the rearing process, the female became the sole provider and protector of her three chicks, after the male became entangled in fishing line. Such osprey single parenting is unheard of. The nest on an old Navy light stand at the entrance to the Seaplane Lagoon is familiar to the ospreys, having raised young here before. The crown of sticks has become part of the fixture, decorated by the ospreys with “arts and crafts” bits of fabric and string. 

The Alameda High School Hornets will visit Encinal High School at Willie Stargell Field to face off against their cross-town rival Jets this Friday, Sept. 7, in the annual Island Bowl. The Hornets bring a 3-0 record into the game starting with an impressive 60-14 win over American High School of Fremont. The team then shut Berkeley High School out 16-0 and scored big against Pleasant Hill’s College Park High School, winning 52-14.  

The California Department of Transportation (Caltrans) announced they will perform repaving activities on State Route 61 (Encinal Avenue) between Walnut and Chestnut streets the week of Monday, Sept. 10 to Friday, Sept. 14. “No Parking” signs will be placed and detours made available.

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