I watched Tuesday night’s (July 15th) City Council meeting on the tape recording. Go to 4:59:04 on the tape…at that point our City Manager John Russo just finishes up his comments to some of the members of the council telling them about how hard they had worked that night on all the issues presented to them. Russo then said, “Dealing with the Neptune Point NONSENSE that got put on.”
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The Public Utilities Board, which oversees Alameda Municipal Power, meets on Monday. (File Photo)
The Public Utilities Board, which oversees city-owned Alameda Municipal Power, meets Monday evening, July 21st.
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The California Highway Patrol, Castro Valley Area, launches a seven week heightened enforcement campaign today.
The California Highway Patrol, Castro Valley Area, is starting a seven week heightened traffic enforcement campaign today, targeting speeders, impaired or distracted drivers, and vehicle occupants not wearing seat belts.
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Jim Oddie is running for Alameda City Council in November. (Oddie Campaign Website)
Alamedan Jim Oddie, who had already declared his intention to run for city council, pulled election papers from the City Clerk yesterday, as did Mayor Marie Gilmore, who is running for re-election.
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Alameda Municipal Power has selected artists to create artwork for Park Street utility cabinets. (Alameda Municipal Power)
Alameda Municipal Power has announced the artists selected to create artwork to spruce up the appearance of utility cabinets in the Park Street Area.
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The Sixty Five Roses and Bernie Briere tied up at the wharf near Alameda Point. (Reader Submitted)
An Action Alameda News reader is questioning why crude oil tankers are permitted to tie up in Alameda after reporting another foul odor event yesterday and capturing the pictures that accompany this story.
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More than 200 floats took to the 3.3 mile parade route this Independence Day for the annual Alameda Fourth of July event. Tens of thousands of spectators were expected witness the spectacle. In case you weren’t one of them, here are some pictures captured from the parade.
The California Highway Patrol starts its Independence Day Maximum Enforcement Period today at 6 p.m.
The California Highway Patrol’s Independence Day Maximum Enforcement Period begins today, at 6 p.m. and continues through Sunday, July 6, to 11:59 p.m.
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San Francisco Bay Ferry has announced a new alert service. (File photo)
San Francisco Bay Ferry has launched a new rider notification system to keep riders up to date on the ferry service.
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Alameda is getting ready for the annual Fourth of July parade. (Action Alameda News.)
Alameda police are warning of street closures and detours as the city gets ready for its annual fourth of July parade this Friday.
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