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Alameda City Council Approves Grocery Component for Alameda Landing

Safeway wants to join Target at Alameda Landing. (Action Alameda News)

By Erica Madison

“Lucky’s has a tendency to take customers for granted, but competition may make that tendency disappear,” Mayor Gilmore said at a recent City Council meeting.

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Alameda City Prepares for Phase One of Navy Land Transfer

The City of Alameda is progressing towards conveyance of the former Naval Air Station Alameda.

By Erica Madison

The City of Alameda is well on its way to acquiring the 1,704 acres of U.S. Navy land and in preparation of the first phase of the transfer the city has entered into an agreement to […]

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Alameda Transportation Commission Denies Citizen’s All-Way Stop Petition

Residents have been asking the City of Alameda for an all-way stop at Robert Davey Jr. Drive and Channing Way.

By Erica Madison

“From an engineering perspective there’s not much we can do,” Matthew Naclerio said in a recent Alameda Transportation Commission meeting.

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Alameda Paratransit Shuttle is Open to the Public

By Erica Madison

Soon Alameda’s Paratransit Shuttle service will be free to use for all Alameda residents.

The paratransit program started in 2009 and is funded through Measure D. The shuttle was originally designed to provide transportation for seniors 55 and older. The shuttle travels from 9:00 am to 4:00 pm from Tuesday to Thursday. […]

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Planning Board Seeks High End Retail Mix for Alameda Landing

A Top Grade Construction crane begins demolition of WWII era buildings in Alameda to prepare the ground for Alameda Landing in July, 2012. (File photo)

By Erica Madison

“Please keep the bar high,” board member Marilyn Ezzy Ashcraft said at a recent Planning Board meeting about Alameda Landing.

Ashcraft and Lorre Zuppan were concerned that […]

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Finances May Force Alameda Kindergarteners out of St. Joseph High School

By Erica Madison

St. Joseph Elementary School has filed a building permit to move the kindergarten class into a 720 square foot modular building, to be built adjacent to the elementary school.

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Alameda Residents Support Local Valero station

By Erica Madison

Owners of the Valero gas station at 1310 Central Avenue submitted an application for an amendment to their use permit, with several members of the community voicing their support for the changes.

“The station is a convenience, not a detriment,” said an Alameda resident.

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Alameda Goes Green: AMP Offers New Renewable Energy Option

By Erica Madison

Alameda City joins Oakland, Berkeley San Francisco, Richmond, Palo Alto, Santa Clara and Marin in offering a 100% renewable energy option.

Alameda Municipal Power (AMP) is rolling out a new Alameda Green program. Effective August 8th, 2012 consumers can opt in to purchase wind and solar power. The new program will cost […]

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State Forces Alameda to Break Measure A Initiative

By Erica Madison and staff

The City of Alameda announced today that the State of California has certified its housing element. After 22 years, the City of Alameda has a State-certified General Plan Housing Element, and City officials say that, as a result, some $230 million in regional transportation funds is still on the table […]

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Alameda City Treasurer & Auditor Call for 10% Salary Cuts to Public Safety

By Erica Madison

“We don’t have a unilateral right to cut salaries. It’s a negotiation,” said Mayor Marie Gilmore at the June 26, 2012 City Council meeting.

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