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Maurice Ramirez Photoghraphy &nbsp&nbsp Project Lead Michael Sturtz updates board members of the Carnegie Innovation Hall’s lease agreement, which Alameda City Council was discussing in closed session prior to the Oct. 2 meeting. Later that evening, during the oral communications in the public meeting, several supporters voiced support for the project.

Carnegie Vote Ahead

Oct 08,2019

The City Council will vote on three options for the proposed Alameda Carnegie Library and Foster House restoration projects at its Tuesday, Oct. 15, meeting.

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Dennis Evanosky &nbsp &nbsp Base Reuse & Community Development Assistant Director Nanette Mocanu (far right) addressed (from left to right) Base Reuse & Community Development Director Debbie Potter, Councilmember Malia Vella, Mayor Marilyn Ezzy Ashcraft, Councilmembers Jim Oddie and Tony Daysog, as well as City Manager Eric Levitt, Vice-Mayor John Knox White and members of the public. Mocanu was describing improvements underway at Building 360 at Alameda Point during a special City Council meeting.

Council Tours Point’s Future Development

Apr 23,2019

The Alameda City Council met last Monday to tour the Enterprise District at Alameda Point. After a brief meeting at the Ron Cowan Central Bay Operations and Maintenance Facility, Councilmembers toured the district with two stops: Building 530 at 120 Oriskany Ave.

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City of Alameda &nbsp&nbsp Eric Levitt, Alameda’s new City Manager

Council Scheduled to Hire New City Manager

Feb 21,2019

“The Alameda City Council and I are delighted to announce that we have unanimously selected Eric J. Levitt as our new City Manager, effective April 12,” stated Alameda Mayor Marilyn Ezzy Ashcraft.

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City of Alameda &nbsp&nbsp  Development at Alameda Point is on the drawing boards and part of the city’s 2019 workplan. The public can discuss and contribute to the workplan tomorrow, Friday, May 18, at the Alameda Main Library.

City Workshop Will Cover Many Topics

May 15,2018

The City Council will meet tomorrow at the Main Library, 1550 Oak St.  to review and vote on accepting its workplan and to assess the upcoming fiscal year’s budget report.

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Photo by Dennis Evanosky &nbsp&nbsp Alameda students awaited members of the community at last Friday’s State of the City address. The students held two distinct demonstrations. In the first, pictured here, they lay prostrate as student leader Lily Conable read the names of deceased victims of school shootings.

Students Add Twist to City Luncheon

Apr 24,2018

Business and community leaders gathered last Friday for lunch at the Rock Wall Wine Company at Alameda Point. They were meeting to hear Interim City Manager Liz Warmerdam deliver her State of the City address.

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