Alameda

Help Make Things Right Again

Sep 26,2019

Thieves recently stole 50 bikes and safety gear from in front of Maya Lin School, where Cycles of Change was teaching bike safety. Cycles of Change works to help hundreds of children learn how to bike safely to school and in their neighborhoods.

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Jessica Mei &nbsp&nbsp AUSD Superintendent Pascuale Scuderi took some time to answer questions for the Alameda Sun in his office at the district headquarters.

Exclusive Interview with New Superintendent of Schools

Sep 26,2019

Pasquale Scuderi is the new Alameda Unified School District (AUSD) superintendent. Scuderi has served the Berkeley Unified School District (BUSD) as the assistant superintendent from 2014 to 2017 and principal at Berkeley High School from 2010 to 2014.

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City Council May Reconsider Carnegie Project

Sep 24,2019

Late Tuesday afternoon, the city revised the agenda for the Tuesday, Oct. 1, City Council meeting. The revision added a closed-session item that concerns the Carnegie Library at 2264 Santa Clara Ave. and the adjoining Foster House at 1429 Oak St. 

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Landlord Backs off Evicting Senior

Sep 24,2019

An Alameda resident will retain access to his residence after the City Council passed new tenant protections for renters using government-aid vouchers to pay their rent. 

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Courtesy photo &nbsp&nbsp Above, left to right: Martha Killebrew, Hugh Tebault, Anne Diament and Dr. Alan Mitchell were among the founding members of Alameda Meals on Wheels in 1973. The public can help further their efforts this Saturday.

Meals on Wheels Fall Fest Fundraiser on Tap

Sep 19,2019

This Saturday, Sept. 21, Alameda Meals on Wheels will host its third annual “Fall Fest — An Island Celebration of Craft Beers, Wine, Music and Games.” The beer-centered fundraiser runs from noon to 4 p.m. at the Encinal Yacht Club, 1251 Pacific Marina. 

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City Manager Eric Levitt

Exclusive Interview with City Manager Continues

Sep 17,2019

Alameda’s new City Manager, Eric J. Levitt, came into office on April 12. The Alameda Sun interviewed Levitt recently and asked questions about his new role, challenges and plans for the city. The City Manager is appointed through the City Council.

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