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Initiative for Expansion of Open Space at Crab Cove requires, like Measure A, a simple majority to pass

The Pros & Cons of Measure B, produced by the League of Women Voters of Alameda (LWVA) is a nonpartisan explanation of local propositions, with supporting and opposing arguments. The arguments come from many sources, and are not limited to those presented in the Official Voter Information Guide. LWVA does not judge the merits of the arguments or guarantee their validity.

Some Alameda Unified School District (AUSD) students have planned to walk out of their classes tomorrow, Friday, March 15, to advocate for stronger action on climate change and progress on a Green New Deal. The students, who are marching as part of an international, youth-driven “School Strike 4 Climate,” plan to walk first to Alameda City Hall and then back to Crab Cove, where speakers will address the assembled crowd.

Teachers and students at three Alameda elementary schools have been adopted by local real estate professionals. Members of the Alameda INFORUM and Marketing Meeting (AIMM), a monthly meeting of real estate professionals, raised $1,000 for the Alameda Education Foundation (AEF) Adopt-A-Classroom program. The Bay East Association of Realtors Foundation (BEAR) contributed an additional $500 to the effort. 
Recently, a group of AIMM representatives presented checks to teachers at Ruby Bridges, Haight and Maya Lin elementary schools. 

Caring Alameda Act needs 51 percent of the vote to pass

The Pros & Cons of Measure A, produced by the League of Women Voters of Alameda (LWVA) is a nonpartisan explanation of local propositions, with supporting and opposing arguments. The arguments come from many sources, and are not limited to those presented in the Official Voter Information Guide. LWVA does not judge the merits of the arguments or guarantee their validity.

At its Feb. 26 public meeting, the Board of Education for the Alameda Unified School District (AUSD) announced that Superintendent Sean McPhetridge will be resigning from his position at the end of this school year. 

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