Alameda News

The City Council will meet tomorrow at the Main Library, 1550 Oak St.  to review and vote on accepting its workplan and to assess the upcoming fiscal year’s budget report. The workplan outlines programs and projects that the City Council is considering in the next fiscal year, including Council referrals.

North Shore development adds 329 new housing units

The Shipways Residential Project, 1100-1250 Marina Village Pkwy, has once again come before the Planning Board. According to the city, the Cavallari Group, Inc. submitted an application for a development plan and design review on March 15, 2017. The following month, the Planning Board sent Cavallari back to the drawing boards. 

Fire department helps mom give birth in ambulance

Business and community leaders gathered last Friday for lunch at the Rock Wall Wine Company at Alameda Point. They were meeting to hear Interim City Manager Liz Warmerdam deliver her State of the City address. At the same time students assembled along Central Avenue at Encinal High School and began marching to the winery. They were coming to deliver a message to those attending the State of the City address. 

Victor Backer and Glen Wong of Games Far West 2018 are joining the City of Alameda to host a reception to introduce the community to this year’s Valor Games — a three-day sports competition for our country's disabled veterans and service members. “Qualifying athletes include Veterans or active duty service members from any era with a disability,” said Backer.