Alameda Municipal Power will install smart meters. (Alameda Municipal Power office – File Photo)
As part of a larger electrical grid transformation effort, Alameda Municipal Power (AMP) plans to replace existing electric meters with smart meters.
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Strip of land on edge of Harbor Bay Business Park.
Alameda city council will consider a referral item from the Mayor on Tuesday, calling for a report on the feasibility of the city acquiring a small strip of land on Bay Farm Island to complete the shoreline park.
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Trish Spencer, Dorothy Freeman, Amy Wooldridge, Jim Sweeney. (Courtesy photo)
Yesterday, California Department of Transportation (CalTrans) commissioners granted a 3 month extension for funding for the Cross Alameda Trail through the Jean Sweeney Open Space Park. The commission received more than 70 letters from across Alameda in support of the extension.
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The Alameda school board appointed Anne McKereghan to fill a vacant seat. (Courtesy photo)
The Alameda Unified School District announced today that its board of trustees appointed Anne McKereghan to fill the board seat left empty last month by the death of Solana Henneberry.
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The College of Alameda has announced a free tuition program for local school district students. (File Photo)
The College of Alameda has announced its “Alameda Promise Initiative,” which, with support from the Alameda Unified School District, provides free college tuition for high school graduates.
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Rhett Hansen, Keira Breslin, Tavien Thresher, Xavier Stelmach, Laila Hicks, Frances Suda, Tavia Viramontes, Reagan Phelps, Isaac Hudson, Rye Dooley. (Courtesy Photo)
Kindergartners at Alameda’s Nea Community Learning Center are running a sock drive to support San Jose victims of flooding, due to the recent heavy rains.
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Bill Shipman from Public Works abating graffiti. (Courtesy Photo)
The City of Alameda released survey data this week reporting that most users are satisfied with SeeClickFix, a mobile and online service for reporting issues.
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Demonstrators stand outside Alameda City Hall on March 7, 2017. (NextDoor)
Prodded by residents, Alameda city council last night approved a resolution calling for an investigation into possible causes for the impeachment of President Donald Trump.
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The City of Alameda is seeking a new poet laureate; the school district is seeking a new board member. (File photo)
The City of Alameda is looking for a new Poet Laureate and the Alameda Unified School District is looking for a new governing board member.
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Encinal teacher Kevin Gorham leads students through the launch of the radio station. (Action Alameda News)
An excited Encinal Junior and Senior High School student walked visitors from the main office to the studio this morning for the launch of Encinal Jets radio, now broadcasting weekdays from 7 a.m. to 11 a.m. on 96.1 on the FM dial.
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