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Last Thursday, Alameda firefighters set up a glowing memorial outside Station No. 1 on Encinal Avenue to the firefighters who lost their lives following the events of Sept. 11, 2001. The firefighters arranged 343 luminarias in the shape of the number "343" to honor each of the New York Fire Department members who perished that fateful day. Above, a member of the public takes in the presentation of names and faces while members of Alameda Fire Department look on in the background.

The Alamedan assembled a group of community members to draft candidate questionnaires to make sure readers have all the information they need about local candidates and ballot measures before absentee voting begins Oct. 6. The members included Alison Greene, Richard Hausman, Audrey Lord-Hausman, Dave Hart, Ed Kofman, Bob Larsen and Vicki Sedlack

A fire at a fourplex on the 1100 block of Regent Street called 27 Alameda firefighters to the scene shortly before 5:30 p.m., last Sunday. Crewmembers arrived to find a second-floor unit on fire.

The unit where the fire started had severe damage. Two other units saw water damage and some fire damage. An investigator determined that food left unattended on a stove had started the fire, which then spread to combustible items in the kitchen.

The Del Monte and Marina Cove development projects are moving forward, and the city has selected finalists to develop a commercial campus or outlet mall at Alameda Point.

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Candidates for BART board of directors

Lena Tam

Soon-to-be former Alameda city councilwoman Lena Tam is one of two challengers looking to unseat current BART board member Robert Raburn at the upcoming elections in November.

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