The Securities and Exchange Commission is taking enforcement action against the City of Alameda over past bond issues.
The federal Securities and Exchange Commission announced this week enforcement actions against 71 municipal bond issuers, including the City of Alameda, for disclosure violations.
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Rebuttal arguments for and against the city-sponsored rent control measure, Measure L1, have been filed with election officials.
Rebuttal arguments over the city-sponsored rent control measure, Measure L1, are now on file with the city clerk’s office.
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The Alameda Free Library is hosting a coffee cup art program. (Google Street View)
What can you make from a paper coffee cup? The Alameda Free Library invites you to find out – draw, paint, cut, alter, or destroy a 12 oz. paper coffee cup to create a new work of art.
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Concrete hardens on Ninth Street. (Reader photo)
A reader sent in the photos that accompany this article, asking about repair work-in-progress on Ninth Street in the vicinity of San Antonio Avenue.
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The Alameda Police Department has schedule a sobriety check point for the Labor Day holiday weekend.
The Alameda police department has scheduled a sobriety checkpoint for the Friday evening at the start of the Labor Day holiday weekend.
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Arguments for and against the city-sponsored rent control Measure L1 have been filed. (File photo)
In a strange turn of events surely to provoke howls of protest, the Alameda Renters Coalition argument against Measure L1, the city-sponsored rent control measure, in favor of the coalition’s own, more strict, initiative, Measure M1, will not appear in the voter guide.
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The Frank Bette Center for the Arts by Julia Munger Seelos.
Alameda Island Poets 1st Wednesday readings continue in September at the newly re-opened Frank Bette Center for the Arts.
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I too own one additional house. It has enabled me to stay in Alameda and raise my children. When the current tenant moves out, I will sell.
The only people who benefit from the adoption of rent control are the INCUMBENT tenants. If you are in the last rental unit you will ever need, then rent control is good for YOU. Everyone else loses: Future tenants, landlords, the city’s tax base and the city’s ability to provide all services, police and fire, road repairs, libraries.
— Name Withheld by Request, Alameda
The City of Alameda and the local school district are collaborating to put to work funds for public access television. (Google Street View)
There are few, if any, details on precisely how the money will be spent, but the City of Alameda and the Alameda Unified School District are collaborating on how to put to work accumulated funds intended for public access to television broadcasting and facilities.
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Total Alameda Unified School District enrollment is up slightly this year, based on projections. (File Photo)
Total enrollment in local schools is projected up slightly, to 9,436 students, based on a back-to-school presentation for the Alameda Unified School District governing board.
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