The planning board will review uses and building heights for the Encinal Terminals project at an upcoming meeting.
North Waterfront LLC, the developer for the Encinal Terminals site, has submitted a draft master plan for the site that includes buildings as high as 90 feet and 250 feet (22 stories), higher than the 60 foot limit for new buildings in the City of Alameda’s general plan. The planning board will hold a study session on the issue next Wednesday, June 22nd.
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Action Alameda News received a copy of an e-mail sent to the Alameda Unified School District Board of Trustees by Nicole Goehring of Associated Builders and Contractors, Northern California. The group is opposed to a proposed project labor agreement on the agenda tonight. The e-mail is reproduced below.
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Update: shortly before noon, today, June 14th, Alameda police posted to their Facebook page that San Francisco police apprehended the suspect, Richard Joseph Lachaux, 27, of Hayward, on Sunday night on unrelated charges.
Correction: police logs say the suspect approached two people with a handgun at Wells Fargo and demanded money, taking it from one of the victims.
Alameda police are searching for this man, who they say robbed three local businesses with a handgun on Sunday. (Courtesy Photo)
The Alameda Police department is searching for a man they say robbed three local businesses on Sunday with a handgun.
Continue reading Alameda Police Searching For Armed Man That Robbed Three Businesses
Demolition begins on WWII era buildings in 2012, to make way for Alameda Landing. (File Photo)
For communities to grow, they need to move beyond looking at a jobs-to-housing ratio, and start looking at the jobs-to-housing fit. So says Peter Cohen, co-director of the San Francisco-based Council of Community Housing Organizations.
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The recreation and parks department has fixed a ball tumbler feature, which has been broken for some time, on a Washington Park play structure. (Action Alameda News)
Several delighted children were playing with a newly replaced ball tumbler on the big play structure at Washington Park today.
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The Alameda Unified School District announced yesterday it has reached a tentative agreement with teachers for a 3.7 percent raise for the next school year. (File Photo)
The Alameda Unified School District announced yesterday that it has reached a tentative agreement with the teachers union for a pay raise for the coming school year.
Continue reading School District, Teachers, Reach Tentative Agreement
I would propose that the Democratic National Party consider using the slogan, for the run up to November; “Donald Duck or Donald Trump? What’s the Difference?”
— Mike Kelly, Alameda
The 50th annual Sand Castle and Sculpture Contest is scheduled for this Saturday at the beach. (East Bay Regional Parks District)
The 50th annual Sand Castle and Sculpture Contest is set for this Saturday, June 11, at Robert Crown Memorial State Beach.
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Updated Wednesday, Jun 8th, 7:30 a.m.
Polls closed at 8 p.m. in Alameda County tonight.
Polls closed in Alameda County at 8 p.m. tonight. Early returns are coming in.
Continue reading Alameda County June 7th Primary Returns