Bill Shipman from Public Works abating graffiti. (Courtesy Photo)
The City of Alameda released survey data this week reporting that most users are satisfied with SeeClickFix, a mobile and online service for reporting issues.
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Demonstrators stand outside Alameda City Hall on March 7, 2017. (NextDoor)
Prodded by residents, Alameda city council last night approved a resolution calling for an investigation into possible causes for the impeachment of President Donald Trump.
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The City of Alameda is seeking a new poet laureate; the school district is seeking a new board member. (File photo)
The City of Alameda is looking for a new Poet Laureate and the Alameda Unified School District is looking for a new governing board member.
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Encinal teacher Kevin Gorham leads students through the launch of the radio station. (Action Alameda News)
An excited Encinal Junior and Senior High School student walked visitors from the main office to the studio this morning for the launch of Encinal Jets radio, now broadcasting weekdays from 7 a.m. to 11 a.m. on 96.1 on the FM dial.
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The Alameda County Clean Water program is seeking grant applications. (Facebook)
The Alameda County Clean Water Program is seeking applications for the 2017 Community Stewardship Grant program.
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Todd Higashi of ASTI has been recognized with a National LifeChanger of the Year Award. (Terry Chau)
Staff and students at the Alameda Science and Technology Institute (ASTI) notified teacher Todd Higashi this week that he had won a prestigious National LifeChanger of the Year Award.
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The Alameda Free Library is hosting a class on growing succulents. (Courtesy photo)
The Alameda Free Library is hosting a class on growing succulent plants.
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The Alameda Unified School District is forming a special education task force. (File Photo)
Amid growing complaints from parents, often voiced on local social media groups, the Alameda Unified school District has announced its intent to form a special education strategic planning group to come up with a three- to five-year special ed plan for the school district.
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A group of Alameda citizens plans to read a resolution in support of the impeachment of President Trump at Tuesday’s City Council meeting.
Rosemary Jordan, of Alameda, contacted Action Alameda News to provide notice. The group will first gather on the steps of city hall at 6 p.m., on Tuesday, February 21st, to “share a few remarks, sing a few songs and enjoy some solidarity.”
Next month, the Libraries Outside program books it to the Marin Headlands. (File photo)
Next month, the Alameda Free Library’s Libraries Outside program travels to the Marin Headlands.
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