A Rob Bonta bill intended to help the school district has been adjourned sine die. (File Photo)
A bill introduced early this year by California 18th Assembly District freshman representative Rob Bonta, AB59, intended to somehow save the Alameda Unified School District from having to refund millions of dollars in illegally collected parcel taxes, [...]
The Alameda Unified School District Board of Trustees is expected to renew Nea’s charter next week. (File Photo)
At a special board meeting next week, the Alameda Unified School District Board of Trustees is expected to approve Nea Charter Schools renewal petition.
The Planning Board will review a draft master plan for the proposed Jean Sweeney Open Space Park.
At its Monday, December 16th meeting, the City of Alameda Planning Board will review and provide comment on a draft master plan for the proposed 22-acre Jean Sweeney Open Space Park, located on the former Alameda Beltline Railroad [...]
Alameda residents are still waiting for the cineplex and parking garage to be the promised boosters of sales tax revenue for the city treasury.
Five years in, the Alameda Cineplex and Parking Garage, which were billed as sales tax revenue drivers for the city, are still not a tremendous boon to city coffers boosters once [...]
List of the first 33 of an expected 100 resilient cities.
The City of Alameda and the Rockefeller Foundation have announced that Alameda is the first of 33 cities worldwide to join the foundation’s 100 Resilient Cities network. As part of the honor, Alameda is to receive a grant to fund the hiring of a [...]
The City of Alameda is expected to levy a special tax on Alameda Landing residential properties. (File Photo)
Tomorrow night, Alameda City Council is expected to approve a resolution that would create a Mello-Roos tax district at Alameda Landing and allow the city to issue up to $20 million in bonds to pay for infrastructure [...]
A fire raged last night in a building at the back of this Briggs Avenue property. (Google Street View)
A man was arrested on suspicion of arson in the early hours this morning, after a fire burned through a two story apartment building on Briggs Avenue.
Dignity Commons at Alameda Point. Transitional housing for service veterans. (Operation Dignity Website)
The U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs, in conjunction with local agencies, has launched a program to help keep U.S. service veterans and their families from becoming homeless over the holidays.
Alameda police issued 420 traffic violation citations in a two week period at the end of September.
A police enforcement blitz from September 24th to October 8th produced 420 traffic violation citations in Alameda, 232 of which were for speeding.
Rebecca Irwin of Alameda Municipal Power confirmed three power outages in Alameda last night, due to the wind, telling Action Alameda News by email, “It was definitely a windy night. We had three outages. Two were small, affecting 94 customers in the area of Versailles. The first outage lasted 9 minutes; the second lasted 26 [...]