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Alameda motorists are facing closures of the Park Street and High Street bridges in the new year. (File Photo)
The Public Works Agency of Alameda County was slated to brief Alameda City Council last night on proposed maintenance to the Park Street and High Street bridges that would see both closed to motorists at different times next year.
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Councilmember-elect Frank Matarrese plans to petition a lame-duck city council tonight to defer a key Alameda Point development vote. (File photo)
Councilmember-elect Frank Matarrese says he plans to ask Alameda City Council tonight to defer a key vote on an agreement with a developer for a 68 acre parcel of land at Alameda Point.
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East Bay Bike Party participants ride down Shoreline Drive in Alameda. (Instagram: riseyp/Marise Phillips)
A monthly mass bicycle ride billed as fun for all ages rolled through Alameda on Friday evening with amplified music setting off a flurry of complaints and calls to Alameda police.
Continue reading East Bay Bike Party Causes a Stir in Alameda
Margaret and Fred Fago’s photographs and paintings are on display at the Bette through November. (Margaret Fago)
A new show featuring photographs and paintings by Margaret and Fred Fago opens tonight at 7pm at the Frank Bette Center for the Arts.
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At an 11am press conference this morning, Alameda Mayor Marie Gilmore conceded the mayoral re-election to challenger Trish Spencer.
(Raw video by Adam Gillitt…)
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Mixed-use development planned for Alameda Point focuses on upfront transit infrastructure, waterfront parks, and catalyzing jobs
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The City of Alameda announced this week that Fire Chief Michael D’Orazi will retire from the Alameda Fire Department again.
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Update: November 12, 9am -The registrar counted no ballots yesterday, Veterans Day, so there are no new numbers. City of Alameda officials announced that Mayor Gilmore would hold a press conference at Alameda City Hall at 11am today.
With the final ‘re-make’ ballots counted – a team of two people in the registrar of voters’ office manually ‘re-make’ ballots that refuse to be read by the counting machines – Trish Spencer leads incumbent Marie Gilmore in the mayor contest by 129 votes, or 10,443 to 10,314.
The USS Hornet Museum has a full schedule of Veterans Day events today. (Google Street View)
The USS Hornet Museum is hosting a slate of Veterans Day events today, starting at 11am with a commemorative wreath-toss.
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Housing affordability inched up in Alameda County in the third quarter. (East Bay Real Estate Directory)
Data from the California Association of Realtors shows that housing affordability in Alameda County improved slightly in the third quarter.
Continue reading Alameda County Housing Affordability Nudges Up