Alameda

Fleet Week Kicks Off Sunday

Sep 27,2016

 

The Blue Angels, United States Air Force aircraft, other performance teams and aerobatic planes, as well as France’s Breitling Jet Team will use Oakland International Airport this year as their base for Fleet Week 2016. 

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Vandals Get Political on L1

Sep 27,2016

 

An Alameda man believes his home was vandalized due to his stance on the city’s rent control issue. Alameda resident Dean McPhee’s house suffered damage caused by a rock.

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Homeless Meeting

Sep 22,2016

 

The city of Alameda is holding a special public meeting to discuss the action plan aimed to mitigate the increased number of homeless encampments in the city. 

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Frank Bette Center Reopening Set for Sept. 30

Sep 20,2016

 

Frank Bette Center for the Arts (FBCA) is holding a grand reopening and fundraiser Friday, Sept. 30. The event will include live poetry readings, hors d’oeuvres, a cash bar serving wine and beer and a silent auctions of art, gifts and unique experiences.

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City Working on Plan for Homeless Camps

Sep 15,2016

 

The City of Alameda is working collaboratively with Alameda Point Collaborative, Operation Dignity and the Social Services Human Resources Board (SSHRB) to develop and implement a plan to prevent increased homeless encampments in the city.

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​#LoveOurIsland Launches Thursday, Sept. 15

Sep 13,2016

A new social media initiative to promote the city of Alameda begins today at City Hall. “So often we hear people talking about Alameda and all the things that make our Island community unique,” stated the city’s press release.

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Comparing Rent Measures on Ballot

Sep 06,2016

 

With the Nov. 8 election date approaching, more information is coming out about Alameda’s most talked about issue. The two rent ordinances that are up for vote at the election appear to have a lot more differences than similarities. 

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SEC Cites City Disclosure

Aug 30,2016

 

Alameda among 71 entities on list

The city of Alameda was one of 71 cities or public organizations cited by the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) for failure to disclose to investors all information regarding municipal bond transactions. 

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