News in Brief

Annual Sewer Replacement Project Commencing

The city’s annual sewer-replacement project will begin soon and is estimated to be completed by September 2016.

Construction work hours are restricted to Monday through Friday from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. and from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. near school locations. The work will consist of replacing aging sewer mains, laterals and access holes at the following streets:

 Ralph Appezzato Memorial Parkway, Main Street to Third Street

 Eagle Avenue, Constitution Way to just west of Webster Street

Webster Street, Pacific Avenue to Haight Avenue

Alameda Avenue, Walnut Street to Union Street

Versailles Avenue, San Jose Avenue to Central Avenue

Thompson Avenue, High Street to Fernside Boulevard

Marina Drive, Tilden Way to High Street

Fernside Boulevard, Encinal Avenue to Central Avenue

Broadway, La Jolla Drive to Otis Drive

Palmera Court and Dayton Avenue

 Clinton Avenue, Paru Street to Lafayette Street

The city will phase the construction by street blocks and will make every effort to minimize all disruptions. Sewer service will not be interrupted.

The contractor will keep one lane of traffic open at all times, but motorists and residents may experience minor disruptions in traffic, temporary loss of on-street parking, an increase in noise levels, and dust during construction.

The contractor will place "No Parking" signs 72 hours in advance of the planned work to advise when work will begin and parking restrictions will become effective.

Questions or information regarding the project should be directed to Erin Smith at 747-7938. The project is funded by the Sewer Enterprise Fund.

Holiday Season Job Fair Set

The city of Alameda is co-sponsoring a retail job fair for temporary holiday-season and permanent positions available at the Alameda Landing and South Shore shopping centers. Hiring representatives for stores at Alameda Landing, South Shore Shopping Center and other local employers will be recruiting for various positionssuch as cashiers, sales floor associates and merchandise stocking. Job seekers should come prepared with resumes and dressed in interview-appropriate attire.

Job seekers may register in advance at www.jobfair-ssc.eventbrite.com to receive additional information and a reminder for the event. The event is co-sponsored by the city of Alameda, the College of Alameda’s One Stop Career Center, the South Shore Shopping Center, Alameda Landing and the Alameda Chamber of Commerce.

The Job Fair will be held Wednesday, Oct. 14, 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. at the South Shore Shopping Center in Alameda.

Scout’s Eagle Project Now on Display at Naval Air Museum

Alameda Boy Scout Josh Hui has recently completed his Eagle Scout project, the new World War I display at the Naval Air Museum at Alameda Point.

Hui had help from his troop, family and museum volunteers to build the new display.

The museum is located at 2151 Ferry Point. Call the museum at 522-4262 or email tellus_anam@aol.com.

Submit Photos Now for Bank’s 2016 Calendar

Bank of Marin is accepting photo submissions for its 2016 community calendar over the next three weeks, through Oct. 5. This is the sixth year that Bank of Marin has worked with photography teachers and students at North Bay and East Bay high schools to select images for the popular calendar, which is distributed for free to local businesses and more than 12,000 retail customers throughout the bank’s markets.

The 16 images that were selected last year were chosen from more than 100 submissions from high school students.

The submission form and guidelines can be downloaded from the bank’s website at www.bankofmarin.com. There is a maximum of three photo submissions per student.