Alameda News

Council Resolves to Investigate President

Mar 14,2017

 

The City Council passed a resolution seeking a Congressional investigation of President Donald Trump regarding possible Constitutional violations. The council unanimously passed the resolution that can potentially lead to the president’s impeachment if violations are found. 

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City Needs More Time to Develop New Trail

Mar 09,2017

 

Cross Alameda Trail Extension in the works at Sweeney Park

Members of the Alameda Recreation and Parks Commission have requested that the California Transportation Commission (CTC) grant a nine-month extension for the much-anticipated Cross Alameda Trail. 

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Eric J. Kos  “Birth” a sculpture in Marina Village by Arthur Williams created in 1988, represents an example of public art in Alameda. The city’s Planning Board will consider alterations to the ordinance that governs public art at its Monday, March 13, meeting.

Planning to Consider Public Art Ordinance

Mar 09,2017

 

An amendment to the City of Alameda’s Public Art Ordinance will be considered as part of the Planning Board’s Monday, March 13, meeting agenda. The changes will improve the regulations governing the ordinance. 

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City to Unveil Piece and Kindness Puzzle Mural

Mar 09,2017

 

The Alameda Youth Committee (AYC) worked with Alameda Recreation and Park Department (ARPD) to launch a “Piece and Kindness” campaign. They hoped to promote kindness and heal divisiveness throughout the community. The piece-peace play on words was a deliberate one.

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ACLU Hosts Event at City Hall

Mar 07,2017

 

The American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) will be holding “resistance training” at City Hall. This gathering will launch an effort to engage grassroots volunteers across the country and take the fight against Donald Trump’s policies not just into the courts, but into the streets. 

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