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It is a Pandora’s Box, having livestock in backyards of Alameda. The irony is that I abhor factory farming and am a huge advocate for small farms. But we will have some residences with livestock being raised, bred and slaughtered without oversight or concern for neighbors, the environment, or the animals.
Continue reading Concerns About Backyard Farming, Slaughter
The Alameda Unified School District shared cost estimates for rehabilitating buildings on the Alameda High School campus.
Last week, the Alameda Unified School District released cost estimates for rehabilitating buildings on the Alameda High School Campus to various degrees of safety standards.
Continue reading School District Releases Cost Estimates for Rehabilitating Buildings on Alameda High School Campus
Andrew Simpson of the Artemis racing team was killed yesterday after the team’s catamaran capsized in San Francisco Bay.
Andrew “Bart” Simpson, a British double Olympic medalist, was killed yesterday after the Artemis Racing catamaran, capsized yesterday during training on San Francisco Bay in advance of the upcoming America’s Cup races. Artemis Racing is a Swedish team that located in Alameda to prepare for the event.
Continue reading Statements on Artemis Racing Team Death
On May 13th, the Planning Board will entertain a design review of 253 homes planned for Alameda Landing. (Action Alameda News)
At Monday’s City of Alameda Planning Board meeting, planning department staff will present a design review for the 253 housing units already approved for Alameda Landing, in the West-end of town, near 5th Street and Stargell Avenue.
Continue reading Alameda Landing Homes Up for Review
InSite Vision reported quarterly financial results this week. (Google Street View)
InSite Vision of Alameda reported first quarter results earlier this week, for the quarter ended March 31, 2013.
Continue reading InSite Vision Posts First Quarter Results
Thousands across the Bay Area are expected to partake in bike-to-work day tomorrow. (YouCanBikeThere.com)
Thousands of people across the Bay Area are expected to participate tomorrow in the 19th Annual Bike To Work Day.
Continue reading Tomorrow is Bike to Work Day
The wrongful termination lawsuit filed against the City of Alameda by a former Interim City Manager is proceeding in the appellate court.
Later this month, the California Court of Appeal, 1st Appellate District, will hear arguments in the wrongful termination lawsuit filed by former Interim City Manager Ann Marie Gallant against the City of Alameda.
Continue reading Appellate Court Hearing This Month in City Manager Wrongful Termination Lawsuit
Alameda City Council will consider a conceptual plan for open space at the former Alameda Beltline Railway parcel on Tuesday, May 7th.
Staff will present to Alameda City Council on Tuesday a preferred conceptual use plan for park and recreational use of the former Alameda Beltline Railway parcel.
Continue reading Options for Beltline Railway Park on the City Council Agenda Tuesday
Maya Lin School is holding its first annual Havana Night fundraiser. (Action Alameda News)
Maya Lin School is holding a fundraiser on May 11th, its first annual Havana Night.
Continue reading Maya Lin School Fundraiser, May 11th
The U.S. Navy is seeking comment on plans to restore a number of sites within Alameda Point.
The U.S. Navy is seeking public comment on proposed plans for environmental cleanup of a number of sites within Alameda Point, the former Naval Air Station Alameda.
Continue reading Navy Announces Plan for Remediating Sites at Alameda Point