Map of soil sample sites at Lum School.
Late yesterday, the Alameda Unified School District announced that Lum Elementary school is probably not safe in an earthquake and will probably close after the current school year concludes.
Continue reading Lum School Shaker Shocker
Alameda Municipal Power rates will go up in July. (Alameda Municipal Power office – File Photo)
The Public Utilities Board has approved a rate increase for Alameda Municipal Power, with new electric rates taking effect in July.
Continue reading Alameda Municipal Power Rates to Increase Again
Planning for Alameda Point redevelopment has been delayed. (Artists Rendering of proposed building.)
The City of Alameda issued a press release this afternoon to announce that the redevelopment of the first major parcel of land at Alameda Point will be delayed.
Continue reading Alameda Point Development Plan Delayed
The City’s annual spring egg scramble has been postponed to next weekend. (File Photo. City of Alameda)
On account of the rain, the city’s annual spring egg scramble has been postponed to next weekend.
Continue reading Rain Delay for Spring Egg Scramble
The Alameda Free Library is hosting an afternoon with artist Charles Blackwell. (Abstract bassist, Charles Blackwell)
Later this month, the Alameda Free Library will host an afternoon with artist and performer Charles Curtis Blackwell.
Continue reading Library to Host Afternoon with Artist Charles Blackwell
A WWII era B-25 bomber does a flyover pass at Alameda Point on the 75th anniversary of the launch of the Doolittle raid on Tokyo. (Action Alameda News)
A three-circuit flyover of a WWII-era B-25 bomber, commemorating the 75th anniversary of the retaliatory Doolittle raid on Tokyo in 1942, wowed crowds at Alameda Point today.
Continue reading WWII-era B-25 Flyover Wows Crowd at Alameda Point
Local attorney Page Barnes is trying to have a lawsuit against the school district thrown out on a technicality. (File Photo)
Local attorney Page Barnes, who previously represented the Alameda Unified School District in the lawsuit over a past parcel tax, Measure H, has filed an interested persons response to the current lawsuit over Measure B1, a school district parcel tax approved by voters last November.
Continue reading Local Attorney Takes Technical Tack on Measure B1 Lawsuit
Lum school third-graders march at City Hall. (Facebook)
Third graders marched, in the name of peace, from Lum school to City Hall yesterday where they were received by Mayor Trish Spencer.
Continue reading Lum School Third-Graders March for “Everyone Belongs Here”
The USS Hornet Museum is a ship named after the prior USS Hornet which supported the Doolittle raid on Tokyo in WWII. (File photo.)
This Saturday, in conjunction with the Alameda Naval Air Museum, a restored WWII-era B-25 bomber will do a low-level flyover at Alameda Point, to commemorate the retaliatory Doolittle raid on Tokyo in April, 1942.
Continue reading Bomber Flyover to Commemorate WWII Doolittle Raid
Many of the religious people I know could be leaders of tomorrow. With a few tweaks. Here are a few tweaks focused on negotiating with local representative government members:
Continue reading Finding the Leaders of Tomorrow