Navy

Testing for Radium Elevated at Lagoon

May 12,2016

 

Alameda Point’s Seaplane Lagoon remediation continues

The City of Alameda became the new owner of Seaplane Lagoon at Alameda Point on April 13. The lagoon came from the Navy with a new condition that exceeds normal protocols for dredging in San Francisco Bay. 

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Homes Demolished at Point

Mar 15,2016

The demolition of 16 former Navy apartment buildings at Alameda Point has begun. On Jan. 5, the City Council awarded a $547,000 contract to Asbestos Management Group of Oakland. The buildings are on Orion Street, West Tower Avenue, Stardust Place and Pearl Harbor Road.

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United States Navy  January rains filled the Navy’s new seasonal wetland on the northwest shoreline corner of Alameda Point. The welcome precipitation also fostered growth of newly planted native grass seed on the surrounding soil.

Navy Adds Wetlands, Grasslands to Point

Mar 03,2016

The Navy’s cleanup program has not only removed toxic substances from below ground, it has dramatically improved some of the above-ground environment by creating new native grassland and wetlands.

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Dennis Evanosky  Buildings along Clement Avenue that once housed the Pacific Bridge Co. are being demolished this week to make room for a new condominium complex.

Demolition Will Erase History

Jan 21,2016

The workers pictured above have been busy this week taking down a set of non-descript graffiti-ridden buildings at 2100 Clement Ave. They are making way for a condominium complex.

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Navy Plans Waste Line Cleanup

Apr 25,2019

The Navy plans to clean up and remove some 400 linear feet of pipeline at Alameda Point. These pipes once carried industrial waste that included luminescent paint used in aircraft dial faces and other instrumentation.

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City of Alameda &nbsp&nbsp Site 32 on the northwest edge of Alameda Point is the subject of next Wednesday’s meeting at the library.

Navy Shows Final Cleanup Plan

Apr 17,2018

The Navy will present its proposed cleanup plan for Site 32, a 60-acre site on the northwest corner of the former runway area at Alameda Point at a meeting next week at Alameda Main Library. Site 32 is the last of the Navy’s cleanup sites at the Point awaiting a certified plan, or remedy.

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