A group of Alameda citizens plans to read a resolution in support of the impeachment of President Trump at Tuesday’s City Council meeting.
Rosemary Jordan, of Alameda, contacted Action Alameda News to provide notice. The group will first gather on the steps of city hall at 6 p.m., on Tuesday, February 21st, to “share a few remarks, sing a few songs and enjoy some solidarity.”
Next month, the Libraries Outside program books it to the Marin Headlands. (File photo)
Next month, the Alameda Free Library’s Libraries Outside program travels to the Marin Headlands.
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There is a vacancy on the Recreation and Parks Commission. (File photo)
Alameda City Council is soliciting applications from residents who would like to serve on the Recreation and Park Commission.
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Alameda Unified School District trustee Solana Henneberry died this morning after battling illness for over a year. (Courtesy Photo)
The Alameda Unified School District announced today that school board trustee Solana Henneberry, 44, died early this morning after battling illness for over a year.
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The City of Alameda is celebrating Black History Month.
The City of Alameda is celebrating Black History Month with a proclamation and events.
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The City of Alameda this week announced the appointment of Nicolas Procos as general manager of municipally-owned Alameda Municipal Power (AMP), replacing former General Manager Glenn Steiger, who retired from the utility in August.
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The Alameda Unified School District is facing another lawsuit over a parcel tax. (File Photo)
The Alameda Unified School District announced today that it is facing a lawsuit over Measure B1, last November’s latest parcel tax, filed by the same plaintiffs that successfully sued the district over Measure H, approved by voters in 2008.
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The Alameda Youth Committee has organized a peace and kindness campaign.
The Alameda Youth Committee, working with the Alameda Recreation and Park Department (ARPD), has launched a “Piece and Kindness” campaign to promote kindness and heal divisiveness through the community. The piece/peace play on words appears deliberate.
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A ranking of best cities for families placed Alameda 78th. (File photo)
A ranking by Apartment List, a home-finding web service, has placed Alameda 78th on a 2017 list of best cities for families.
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Roughly 200 people demonstrated at the Islamic Center of Alameda today, to protest President Trump’s executive orders on immigration. (Action Alameda News)
Roughly 200 people demonstrated at the Islamic Center of Alameda in support of their Muslim neighbors and in opposition to President Trump’s executive orders on immigration and migrant travel.
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