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The fourth annual Wiggle Waggle Walk will be held this year at Crown Memorial Beach near the Crab Cove Visitors Center from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. Sunday, June 28.

The event, sponsored by the Friends of the Alameda Animal Shelter (FAAS), will raise funds needed to help save the lives of the hundreds of pets that come to the Alameda Animal Shelter each year.

Master of ceremonies and FAAS alumni "Bentley" will kick off the event at 10 a.m. by leading participants and their dogs on a one- or two-mile walk along the San Francisco Bay shoreline.

On June 16, the City Council unanimously gave Alameda Point Partners the nod to proceed with developing a portion of Alameda’s former Naval Air Station (NAS) known as Site A.

According to the city, Site A is the first phase of the larger 878-acre Alameda Point development on the site of the former NAS Alameda. Plans include 1,425 housing units, 5.5 million square feet of commercial space, a new ferry terminal and more than 300 acres of open space.

Avenue on West End belongs to U.S.

McKay Avenue, the street leading to Crab Cove, used to house a roller coaster before it became a street. It is living up to its legacy. In recent years the battle over the street, and what will become of the surplus federal property at the end of it, has had its ups, downs, twists and turns.

Two productions of the 42nd annual musical song and dance extravaganza by Alameda-based West Coast Dance (WCD) is set for this weekend, Friday, June 26 and Saturday, June 27 at 7:30 p.m. Dance to the Music presents a cavalcade of fluorescent colors, pop tunes, and funky fancy footwork. The product of Artistic Director Marnell Xavier celebrates 42 years of West Coast dancers showcasing stars of tomorrow singing and dancing to favorite songs from past to present. The shows take place at Kofman Auditorium, 2200 Central Ave. in Alameda.

Police arrested Alameda resident Tony Hoang, 22, and two other men on June 4 after a SWAT team raided a 44,000 square-foot warehouse on the 3100 block of Diablo Ave. in Hayward. Narcotics investigators served a search warrant and discovered some 13,000 marijuana plants in all stages of maturity. Hayward police said the marijuana that they discovered would sell for about $15 million on the street.