Alameda News

Jonathan De Los Reyes created a wide distance between himself and the rest of the field on his way to win the 87th Annual Alameda Commuters Tournament last Sunday, May 4.

De Los Reyes entered the second weekend of the tournament with a four-stroke lead at seven-under par 135. But his play in the third round, or moving day as it is called at the Commuters removed any doubt that Reyes would be the winner.

A few weeks ago, The Alamedan put out the call for questions to ask City Manager John Russo about the city’s plans to develop Alameda Point. We shared those questions with Russo and his team at City Hall and they sent their answers. 

 

Read all the questions and answers and more Alameda news at http://webh.it/alamedasun. 

The nonprofit board that oversees Nea Community Learning Center recently voted to fire the school’s top administrator and the nonprofit’s chief operating officer. The decision came after an emotional meeting at which students, parents and the school’s teachers defended the pair and called for their reinstatement.

Read the full story, and more Alameda news, at http://webh.it/alamedasun. 

 

Environmental groups, state, activists oppose move to convey public land

On April 17, the federal government began court proceedings in U.S. District Court to seize McKay Avenue through eminent domain. The California Department of Parks and Recreation owns the street, which leads to the Crab Cove Visitor Center. 

The first two rounds are in the books at the 87th Annual Alameda Commuter’s golf tournament and the big story of the weekend was Alameda High School senior David Na. 

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