East Bay Regional Park District

East Bay Park Workers  Anja Brey, water-quality professional for the East Bay Regional Park District, is among the employees benefitting from the agreement reached on Tuesday.

Park Workers, District Reach Agreement

Sep 01,2021

East Bay Regional Park District (EBPRD) workers will receive salary increases that will be on par with the median salary of similar Bay Area public agency employees after reaching an agreement with the EBPRD Board of Directors.

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Park District Workers Vote on Strike

Aug 24,2021

East Bay Regional Park District (EBRPD) workers will decide whether to go on strike after no agreement has been made in ongoing negotiations with the EBRPD’s Board of Directors.

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Return of the California Least Terns to Alameda

May 26,2022

San Juan Capistrano has its swallows, celebrated when they return to nest every year. Alameda has its own iconic bird, the California Least Terns, that every year migrates back to their nesting grounds at Alameda Point on a reserve that was once a runway for the former Naval Air Station.

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APD Officers Arrest Carjacking Suspect

Apr 11,2022

Alameda police officers arrested a Texas man Tuesday, April 5 who reportedly was with his three-year-old daughter when he allegedly carjacked an Alameda resident on the 300 block of Grand Street.

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Former Congressman Writes in to Protect Parks

Apr 16,2020

As we shelter in place, we must remember we are not alone. It takes all doing their part to continue forward in these trying times. We must support, however we can, those on the front line of this global pandemic: health care providers, first responders and scientists.

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The Real McKay Story

Apr 26,2018

A recent letter, (“McKay project doesn’t respect voters’ wishes,” April 19) from former Vice Mayor Barbara Thomas is misleading the public with the intent of denying vulnerable, medically fragile homeless seniors with a safe place to live out their lives and get much needed medical care.

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