The City of Alameda is considering two developers to develop ‘Site A’ at Alameda Point.
When Alameda City Council returns from August hiatus, it will consider two developers as candidates to build out ‘Site A’ – a 68-acre parcel of land at Alameda Point within the Waterfront Town Center zoning district, slated for mixed-use residential and commercial development.
Continue reading Council to Consider Two Developer Finalists for 68-acre Alameda Point Parcel
Commander Adolph Keyes, USCG (retired). (National Naval Officers Association Website)
The local chapter of the National Naval Officers Association, based on Coast Guard Island, Alameda, has extended the application deadline for its Hadwick and Lily Thompson Scholarship.
Continue reading National Naval Officers Association Extends Scholarship Deadline
Alameda pet owners should soon be able to book wellness exams with local vets through Nibbol. (Action Alameda News)
Alameda pet families should soon be able to book wellness and vaccination exams online with local veterinarians through a new web service.
Continue reading Online Service for Booking Pet Exams Coming to Alameda
The City of Alameda Public Works Department is proposing changes to the streets around Maya Lin school to improve pedestrian safety.
The City of Alameda Public Works Department is proposing changes to streets in the vicinity of Maya Lin school, in response to concerns from residents about pedestrian safety.
Continue reading Public Works Proposes Street Changes Near Maya Lin School
The City of Alameda posted on its website today closures for two swim centers. (City of Alameda)
The City of Alameda posted closure notices to its website today for two swimming facilities.
Continue reading City Closes Swim Centers, Halts Programs
Aaron and his service dog, Captain. (Facebook)
A veteran that Alameda police cited last month for sleeping in his vehicle in a park is holding true to his promise to fight the ticket, having hired a seasoned Alameda criminal defense attorney to work on his case.
Continue reading Homeless Veteran Hires Alameda Attorney to Fight Illegal Camping Citation
Three candidates are vying for two seats on the Alameda Unified School District Board of Trustees. (File Photo)
The extended nominating period for candidates for the Alameda Unified School District (AUSD) Board of Trustees closed yesterday. Three candidates will vie for two seats this November.
Continue reading School Board Race is Three for Two
Alameda Family Services is providing a free back-to-school vaccination clinic for uninsured K-5 students.
When: Thursday, August 21, 9:00 a.m.- 4:00 p.m. by appointment – Please call 510-612-7807
Where: 1900 3rd Street, (Portable 27) Alameda, CA
Read the flyer.
The Alameda Unified School District has appointed Sean McPhetridge Interim Superintendent. (LinkedIn)
Last night, the Alameda Unified School District (AUSD) Board of Trustees approved an agreement appointing former employee Sean McPhetridge Interim Superintendent, at a salary of $180,000 per year.
Continue reading School District Appoints Interim Superintendent at $180,000 Salary
AUSD has released redacted complaint forms against transferred teacher Brian Rodrigues. (File Photo)
In response to a public records request, the Alameda Unified School District (AUSD) has released to Action Alameda News a number of Encinal High School teacher and staff complaints about a teacher involuntarily transferred to another school, but in a redacted form.
Continue reading School District Releases Teacher Complaint Letters but in Redacted Form