Development projects in Alameda have caused some members of the community to lose trust in City Hall. They fear that the city has omitted key land-use, as well as traffic and parking facts, from its documents and presented implausible results.
Parents and schools staffers are making a renewed push for better school security following a pair of incidents the past few weeks.
The effort comes after a Feb. 13 break-in at Bay Farm School that left a kindergarten classroom in disarray and an incident at Edison Elementary School 10 days later. Kelandre Rejaun Dunn, 27, who police said was on drugs, allegedly grabbed an Edison employee in the school’s office, tried to steal employees’ property and fought with police who came to arrest him.
The Alameda County Public Works Agency will begin repair work on the High Street Bridge on Monday, March 2. The bridge will close to traffic Monday through Friday, from 9:30 a.m. to 6:30 p.m. The county expects to complete the work by April 27.
A truck from Rosas Brothers Construction makes itself at home parked in a handicapped zone on Willow Street and Shore Line Drive. The Oakland company is in town repairing sidewalks, curbs, gutters and driveways on a city contract and is receiving more than $1 million from the taxpayers of Alameda. On Feb. 3 the city sweetened the company’s pot to the tune of $450,000, making Rosas Brothers total take from the taxpayers $1,162,732.