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City Manager Says That Securing Funds to Fight Rat Infestation is Not Alameda City Council’s Responsibility

During a Dec. 2, City Council meeting, issues regarding a $3 million repayment of Alameda’s sewer fund was debated. Work on removing the debris from the Fleet Industrial Supply Center’s (FISC) burned down hospital, is almost finished. In order to complete the work of demolishing the hospital and cleaning up the area, the CIC had to borrow $3 million from the sewer fund. […]

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Because State Agencies Are Supposed to Lose Money Each Year, Silly!

According to City of Alameda Development Services Manager Leslie Little, who is also on the board of the California Redevelopment Association, a Sacramento-based lobby group, Alameda’s redevelopment agency, the Community Improvement Commission (CIC), is supposed to lose money each year, “because agencies operate this way Statewide.”

Hey Leslie, if we told all the […]

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California Redevelopment Organization Sues State to Keep Money From Schools

In a press release issued yesterday, the California Redevelopment Association (CRA) announced that they have filed a lawsuit against the State of California to stop the State from re-directing $2.05 billion of state-wide property tax money to school districts.


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Alameda City Hall West Set to Send “Trauma” TV Production Packing to Sonoma

Occupants of Alameda City Hall West – PM Realty, who has the contract to manage leases and film permits at Alameda Point and Development Services Director Leslie Little – seem set to send a TV production for the paramedic series “Trauma” packing to Sonoma. Such productions typically spend anywhere from $3 million to $5 million […]

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