New Election Results Show Gaps Widening

Nov 09,2018

The Alameda Country Registrar of Voters released its latest vote count at 5 p.m. Nov. 12. There were still an estimated 8,000 ballots remaining to be counted as of Tuesday, Nov. 13. The registrar’s office appears to be counting about 1,000 ballots per day.

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Help City to Reimagine Police Services with Online Survey

Feb 03,2021

Reimagining police services: Last summer, in response to incidents of racial violence and injustice across the country, including in Alameda, the City Manager convened a steering committee of four African American community members to assist with the formation of subcommittees to explore and make

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Rosefield Village bordered by Webster Street on the left; Constitution Way on the right; and Buena Vista and Eagle avenues is a work in progress. Alameda Unified School District is asking the City Council to move ahead with plans to revamp the complex so it can house more families.

Council Considers Rosefield Village

Jan 06,2021

Dennnis Evanosky
At last Tuesday’s meeting, the City Council in its role as the successor agency to the city’s Community Improvement Commission (CIC) considered a funding request from the Alameda Unified School District (AUSD). The Council’s role here is perfunctory, as the funds for

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ACT Responds to Recent Allegations

Sep 07,2018

The recent attack on Alameda Citizens Task Force (ACT) (“Alameda Politics: Not What is Seems” Aug. 23), is a prime example of the very worst kind of politics that the writer purports to detest.

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City Meeting Calendar 9/7/17

Sep 08,2017

Tuesday, Sept. 12

n 6:30 p.m. Golf Commission. Room 360, City Hall, 2263 Santa Clara Ave.  

Thursday, Sept. 14

n 4 to 9 p.m. Restoration Advisory Board. Room 201, City Hall West, 950 West Mall Sq. 

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Please Avoid Scary Anachronisms

Dec 31,2015

Your Dec. 24 article “Councilman, Mayor Accused of Breaking Law” sent me hurdling over the solstice gifts to get to my stash of Rolaids and chamomile tea extract.

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