Member of the Blue Angels takes off from Oakland Airport, October 8, 2016. (Action Alameda News)
Hundreds of people turned out at the end of Oakland airport’s north field runway today to watch the Blue Angels take off enroute to performing in San Francisco’s fleet week airshow.
Continue reading Blue Angels Thrill Residents On Takeoff From Oakland Airport
USS Hornet Museum. (File photo.)
The USS Hornet museum will host a veterans job fair next month, the day before Veterans Day.
Continue reading USS Hornet To Host Veterans Job Fair
The Mayor’s inquiry into allegations of racial bias on the part of a police officer sparked a backlash. (Action Alameda News)
Mayor Trish Spencer’s action that prompted a sharp rebuke
from the Alameda Police Officers Association early last month looks to be a request to the chief of police to discuss a resident’s allegation of racial discrimination on the part of a responding officer.
Continue reading Mayor’s Email That Caused Furor Was Asking About Alleged Racial Discrimination By A Police Officer
The Alameda library is looking for teen-created art. (Google Street View)
The Alameda Free Library is inviting teen artists to create works to display in the homework center of the main library.
Continue reading Library Wants Inspired Art For Teen Read Week
Disclosure statement at the bottom of a campaign mailer that hit mailboxes over the weekend. (Action Alameda News)
Alameda residents received a large color glossy mailer over the weekend, encouraging them to vote “no” on Measure M1, the renters coalition-sponsored rent control measure, and instead vote “yes” on Measure L1, the city-sponsored rent control measure.
Continue reading Mysterious M1 Mailer Hits Mailboxes Over The Weekend
Alameda Municipal Power will participate in Fleet Week in San Francisco. (Alameda Municipal Power office – File Photo)
Alameda Municipal Power will participate in Fleet Week in San Francisco, ongoing through the weekend, with the U.S. Maritime Administration (MARAD).
Continue reading Alameda Municipal Power To Participate In Fleet Week
The full-text of Joel Spencer’s claim against the City of Alameda is included herein. (Action Alameda News)
Last month, Joel Spencer, husband to Mayor Trish Spencer, filed a claim against the city of Alameda regarding his March 2016 DUI arrest. Such a claim is typically a precursor to a lawsuit. Here is the full text of the claim as obtained through a public records request.
Continue reading Full Text Of Joel Spencer’s Claim Against The City Of Alameda
A dumpster donated by Alameda County Industries on the former Belt Line Property is slowly filling. (Action Alameda News)
A large garbage dumpster donated by Alameda County Industries
to the former Belt Line Railway property, for the homeless people encamped there to do clean-up, is slowly filling.
The Alameda Police Officers association ripped the mayor over her inquiry into a citizens complaint. (Google Street View)
In a September 7th letter to the city manager, Alameda Police Officers Association president Alan Kuboyama ripped Mayor Trish Spencer for her inquiries to the police department over the handling of a dispute between two neighbors.
Continue reading Alameda Police Officers Association Rips Mayor, Praises Chief
Disclosure at bottom of Alamedans United mailer. (Action Alameda News)
Alamedans United, the political committee sponsored by local firefighters and food and commercial union members brought in over $34,000 in September, much of it from outside of Alameda, to campaign for its slate of candidates.
Continue reading Alamedans United Collects Over $34,000 In September From Developer, Outside Sources