Almost 15 of 68 acres of Site A at Alameda Point are slated to be parkland.
On Tuesday, the City of Alameda Planning Board will review a proposal for one of three parks planned for the 68-acre Site A at Alameda Point.
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Natica Angilly (Courtesy photo)
Alameda Island Poets has scheduled its free monthly reading for Wednesday, November 2, from 7 p.m. to 9 p.m. at the Frank Bette Center for the Arts.
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Disclosure statement on a firefighters union election mailer. (Action Alameda News)
The president of the Alameda Police Officers Association released a letter today clarifying its local election endorsements, in response to a firefighters union mailer that hit Alameda mailboxes over the weekend.
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Uprooted sidewalk along Gibbons Drive. (Google Street View)
City officials are digging into what can be done to fix sidewalks along Gibbons Drive which have long felt the pressure of the roots from the trees that contribute to the character of the Fernside neighborhood.
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Vehicles parked near the corner of Willow Street and Taylor Avenue, October 15, 2016. (Action Alameda News)
A parking problem at Willow Street and Alameda Avenue that was the subject of an internal inquiry by Mayor Trish Spencer – earning her scorn in a recent Alameda Magazine article
– persists to this day and according to an Alameda resident who asked the mayor for help, has been going on for six years.
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Alameda’s main library will host a production of Shakespeare’s Twelfth Night. (Action Alameda News)
The Alameda Free Library will host a production of Shakespeare’s comedy Twelfth Night, later this month.
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The City of Alameda is sponsoring a holiday job fair. (File Photo)
The City of Alameda is co-sponsoring a retail job fair for temporary holiday-season and permanent positions available at the Alameda Landing and South Shore Shopping Centers.
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Webster Street sidewalks will get a deep clean this month. (File photo, City of Alameda)
This month, the Alameda Public Works Department and the West Alameda Business Association (WABA) will conduct a deep cleaning of the sidewalks along both sides of Webster Street from Central Avenue to Ralph Appezzato Memorial Parkway.
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East Bay water reservoirs are at 90 percent capacity. (Google Street View)
The East Bay Municipal Utility District’s (EBMUD) East Bay water reservoirs are at 90 percent capacity, with rain in the forecast for later this week.
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Member of the Blue Angels takes off from Oakland Airport, October 8, 2016. (Action Alameda News)
Hundreds of people turned out at the end of Oakland airport’s north field runway today to watch the Blue Angels take off enroute to performing in San Francisco’s fleet week airshow.
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