Alameda

Mia Bonta Takes Office

Sep 16,2021

Voters in California’s District 18 have elected former Alameda Unified School District President Mia Bonta to serve as their representative in the State Assembly.

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Healing Gardens Offer Solace

Sep 08,2021

Nestled in the vibrant Arts District of the West End of Alameda is a quaint, quiet garden called the Healing Garden. The Healing Garden is on the corner of Webster and Taylor streets and is part of a neighborhood enrichment project by the West End Arts District (WEAD).

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East Bay Park Workers  Anja Brey, water-quality professional for the East Bay Regional Park District, is among the employees benefitting from the agreement reached on Tuesday.

Park Workers, District Reach Agreement

Sep 01,2021

East Bay Regional Park District (EBPRD) workers will receive salary increases that will be on par with the median salary of similar Bay Area public agency employees after reaching an agreement with the EBPRD Board of Directors.

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Park District Workers Vote on Strike

Aug 24,2021

East Bay Regional Park District (EBRPD) workers will decide whether to go on strike after no agreement has been made in ongoing negotiations with the EBRPD’s Board of Directors.

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Encinal Jr. & Sr. High Celebrates New Campus

Aug 10,2021

After two years of construction, the renovation of Encinal Junior/Senior High School’s campus is complete. Last Friday, Aug. 6, students, staff, alumni, and community members gathered for a ribbon cutting ceremony in front of the school’s new courtyard.

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City Hosts Chochenyo Park Celebration

Aug 03,2021

Last Thursday, July 29, the community gathered to honor Chochenyo Park.

On Jan. 19, the City Council directed staff to dename this park due to the atrocities committed by its namesake, President Andrew Jackson,

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Sideshows Continue Unabated at Point

Jul 13,2021

Sideshow activity and drag racing at Alameda Point has now become a weekend routine. Despite community outrage and being given a host of ideas on how to curb the activity, the city appears to be
doing nothing about it. Even the private security detail is absent when needed.

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DePave Park Funding Denied

Jun 22,2021

Political favoritism may have affected the decision

The San Francisco Bay Restoration Authority has denied the city’s request for a planning grant for DePave Park at Alameda Point (City to Seek Wetland Park Funding, Sept. 24, 2020).

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