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srmErnst Development Partners  This drawing of plans for the “Taxiway” shows part of a timeline along the walkway intended to remind and educate the public about the history of the former Naval Air Station. This particular part of the timeline recalls Benton Field, an airstrip used by the United States Army Air Corps.

Point Developers Present New Plans

Jan 14,2016

Alameda Point Partners (APP) has been working with design consultants, park planners, a Planning Board subcommittee and city staff to prepare detailed designs for the individual buildings and parks within Site A.  

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Council Moves Point Forward

Jan 14,2016

While the marathon City Council meeting focused largely on the rental crisis in town (see story on this page), the 10-and-one-half hour session that began with a closed session at 5:30 p.m. and recessed at 3:59 a.m. covered other topics. These included two that touched on Alameda Point. 

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Development Endangers 45-Acre Alameda Marina

Dec 17,2015

I think that it’s important to get the word out that one of Alameda’s most recognized locations is in danger of being bulldozed and replaced by high-density townhomes and condominiums. I’m talking about the Alameda Marina.

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City of Alameda  The Planning Board will discuss this Alameda Point building at its Monday, Dec. 14 meeting at City Hall.

Public Comment Welcome on Site A Progress Monday

Dec 10,2015

The Planning Board is holding a workshop at 7 p.m., next Monday, Dec. 14, in the City Council Chambers to review plans for a portion of Site A. The workshop will present the architectural design and waterfront street plans for an essential element of the site at Alameda Point known as Block 11.

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Collaborative Looks to Future of Point

May 14,2015

Alameda Point is at a significant cross-road, and so is the Alameda Point Collaborative (APC). APC was established in 1999 through a special federal homeless accommodation process.

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Site A Website Launched

May 14,2015

The city of Alameda announced recently that a new website is available to help keep residents and other interested parties informed about the development of Site A at Alameda Point. 

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Ethical Behavior Wanted from City Council

May 07,2015

What will $11,800 buy you? This amount may have influenced new contracts with the city of Alameda. In this last general election only one elected official collected contributions from a Public Safety Employee Union. That individual was Councilman Jim Oddie. 

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City Must Stimulate Affordable Housing

May 07,2015

Rising rents, housing prices and evictions throughout Alameda and the Bay area illustrate Paul Foreman’s point (“Rethink affordable housing in Alameda,” March 26) that “we have a long way to go to meet the affordable housing goal” the State set in Alameda’s 2015-2023 housing element.

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