Dispatchers Honored

Apr 11,2017


In 1981, Patricia Anderson of the Contra Costa County Sheriff’s Office decided it was time to celebrate and thank police dispatchers. From Anderson’s idea grew National Public Safety Telecommunicators’ Week, a celebration that runs from April 9 to 15 this year. 

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City Meeting Calendar

Mar 16,2017


Monday, March 20

  • 7 p.m. Public Utilities Board Meeting. Alameda Municipal Power Service Center, 2000 Grand St.  

Tuesday, March 21

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Library to Feature ‘Made In Alameda’

Mar 14,2017


The Friends of the Alameda Free Library is sponsoring “Made in Alameda: A Local Showcase” at the Main Library, 1550 Oak St. from noon to 5 p.m., this Saturday, March 18. The event will showcase more than 20 authors, artists, artisans and inventors. 

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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 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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