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Alameda Residents Yearn for Internet Access Options

Alameda residents yearn for internet access options. (File Photo)

Since the sale, in 2008, of Alameda Municipal Power’s failed internet and cable television division, residents have had fewer options. But not for lack of trying.

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Alameda City Council to Consider Enduring Rent Control Ordinances at January 5th Meeting

The January 5th Alameda City Council meeting will be held in the Kofman Auditorium at 2200 Central Avenue. (File Photo)

Seemingly responding to landlord complaints that rent control laws stay in effect longer than temporary market spikes that prompt their enactment, staff at City Hall have proposed enduring rent control ordinances that include sunset provisions.

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City Claims Victory in Alameda Power and Telecom Lawsuit

A federal appeals court affirmed a decision in favor of the City of Alameda in a lawsuit field by investors who put money up to fund a municipal entry into the cable television business. (File Photo)

Last week the City of Alameda claimed victory in a lawsuit originally filed in 2008 against Alameda Power and […]

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Alameda Municipal Power to Refurbish Headquarters Building

Alameda Municipal Power’s headquarters at 2000 Grand Street was built in the late 1980s. The utility says the building is showing its age and is due for a makeover.

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Alameda Municipal Power Says Nuveen Lawsuit Dismissed

Alameda Municipal Power and the City of Alameda announced yesterday that the U.S. District Court for the Northern District of California has dismissed a more than $15 million lawsuit against the City for losses that investors incurred with the demise of the electric utility’s cable TV and Internet access division.

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Alameda Power Out

Power was out across Alameda this afternoon, apparently due to the weather. The second outage lasted about an hour, with power returning at around 7:45 p.m. Action Alameda News asked Alameda Municipal Power for an update on how many residents were affected and for how long. Earlier, at around 12:30 p.m., in an un-related incident, […]

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Alameda Municipal Power to Raise Electric Rates

Alameda Municipal Power will raise electricity rates 3.7% effective July 1, 2010, following approval of next-year’s budget by the City of Alameda Public Utilities Board.

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Positions are available on Alameda City Boards and Commissions

By Erica Madison

Currently Alameda City has eighteen positions available for eligible Alameda residents.

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City of Alameda to Respond to Google Fiber for Communities RFI

Update: March 11, 8:45am – An Alameda Municipal Power representative told Action Alameda News that if the City of Alameda decides not to appeal in the Vectren case, and let the jury judgement stand, the $1.9 million settlement would come from AMP reserves, not from an insurance claim.

In a statement released today, the City […]

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Alameda Municipal Power in no Hurry to Get a Bloom Box

The Bloom Box, from Bloom Energy in Sunnyvale is generating a lot of hype with its fuel cell design and promise to generate “energy anywhere” with few emissions. But Alameda Municipal Power (AMP) isn’t rushing to buy one yet.

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