Alameda Renters Coalition

File photo  In January crews made way for a new condominium complex on ground where a historic company once did business. The property on Clement Avenue between Willow and Mulberry streets was home to one of the six companies that teamed up to build the Hoover Dam.

2016: Year in Review

Dec 29,2016


With 2016 rapidly coming to a close, the Alameda Sun looks back over the top news stories in Alameda this past year. This week will cover January through June and next week will feature news from July through December.

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Council Tinkers with Rentals Ordinance

May 09,2017


A contentious 2016 election seasonn pitted Alameda landlords against tenants. A major premise in the heated contest concerned tenants’ rights surrounding evictions. Renters, business owners and homeowners teamed up to form Alameda Renters Coalition (ARC).

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Evictions Raise Hackles

Jan 04,2017


Several Alameda residents of an apartment complex in the West End were given notices to vacate the building last month in another battle between the property owner and its tenants.

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Voters Must Do Their Homework on this Election

Nov 03,2016


There has been no end to accusations by the Alameda Renters Coalition (ARC) concerning “off-Island investors,” also defined as nonresident investors, influencing the upcoming election with regards to measures L1 and M1. What is “off-Island”? 

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Renters Coalition is Home Grown

Sep 01,2016


The Alameda Renters Coalition (ARC) began as and remains a local grassroots organization, despite false allegations to the contrary that often appear in local anti-renter letters to the editor and commentaries.

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