Alameda Citizens Task Force (ACT) will hold its quarterly meeting next Wednesday, April 30, at 7 p.m. in Conference Room A at Alameda Hospital, 2070 Clinton Ave.
The meeting will feature a panel presentation and audience discussion “Responsible School Board Governance.” In November voters will elect two members of the school board and possibly vote on a bond measure for the school district. The meeting will discuss issues surrounding these decisions.
A few dozen parents, preservationists and school staffers turned out Monday to offer their thoughts on proposed upgrades that could once again put students into Historic Alameda High School and replace dozens of portable classrooms, improve drop-off areas and boost security at schools across the Island.
Last week, the City of Alameda announced it is approaching completion of plans for Alameda Point’s Waterfront Town Center area. Officials expect this area to become the heart of Alameda Point featuring retail establishments, attractions for visitors, waterfront promenades and transit-oriented multi-family housing.
The plan addresses the areas of the Point that front on Seaplane Lagoon, defined as a focal point of the new community to be developed. Planning staff has identified this location as a primary attraction among the new developments because of the waterfront.