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Renowned golf course architect Rees Jones was in Alameda on Tuesday, Nov. 10, to show the new Jack Clark (South) Course he designed to members of the City Council, the Park & Recreation Department and the Golf Commission.
This was no ordinary show. Jones has designed a new course unlike any in the Bay Area. He describes the course as a minimist design more like you would find in Australia, where you can play the ball to the hole by air or ground. 

The following Veterans Day reflections were written by Alamedan lrv Hamilton, on Nov. 03, 2003. He deeply believed and was most patriotic when it came to his thoughts about our soldiers and the great services they have provided to our country. He passed away last Memorial Day. 

The Quiet Heroes

Honoring All Who Served

Members of Alameda’s Disabled American Veterans (DAV) Chapter 8 and Chapter 400 of the Vietnam Veterans have joined with the Legionnaires of America Legion Posts 9 and 647 to present a Veterans Day Ceremony at 11 a.m., Wednesday, Nov. 11 at the Veterans Memorial Building, 2203 Central Ave. 

Honoring All Who Served

Members of Alameda’s Disabled American Veterans (DAV) Chapter 8 and Chapter 400 of the Vietnam Veterans have joined with the Legionnaires of America Legion Posts 9 and 647 to present a Veterans Day Ceremony at 11 a.m., Wednesday, Nov. 11 at the Veterans Memorial Building, 2203 Central Ave. 

Map & Story by Chris Ringewald

Housing prices, gentrification and inequality have been hot topics in the news lately. Recent articles and opinion pieces in the Alameda Sun have wrestled with how many people will move to Alameda due to new development, and others have grappled with how many will move out through eviction. 

Somewhat lost in the discussion has been a sense of just how many people have been moving in, and outside of specific developments, where the most new Alamedans are settling.

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