Today, September 1, I am suspending my campaign for Alameda City Council in 2022. To all who have expressed their support, I apologize for disappointing you. To those who have generously contributed to my campaign, I will be returning your donations in the near future.
The City of Alameda posted three different requests for proposals (RFP) in search of partners for their Guaranteed Basic Income (GBI) Pilot Program. The city is soliciting an implementation partner, a financial partner and a research partner for the pilot program.
At its July 5 meeting, the Alameda City Council voted 4-1 to place a measure on the November ballot that would amend the City Charter to raise the council’s salaries if approved.
The Alameda City Council approved an agreement to appoint Dirk Brazil as the city’s Interim City Manager at its May 17 meeting. Brazil will oversee city operations while the City Council searches for a new permanent City Manager.
At its May 17 meeting, the City Council approved a pilot program that will give 150 low-income households in Alameda monthly payments of $1,000 for 24 months, starting in spring of 2023.
On March 13, 1973, Alameda residents voted for an initiative titled, “Measure A” to amend the City Charter to add Article 26 which simply states, “there shall be no multiple dwelling units built in the City of Alameda.” Shortly afterwards City Council amended the Alameda Municipal Code to define
The City Council unanimously approved Alameda Police Department’s (APD) fixed automated license plate reader (ALPR) draft policy at its April 5 meeting.