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Options for Beltline Railway Park on the City Council Agenda Tuesday

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.


City Holds Meeting on Park Proposal for Former Beltline Railway Property

Doug deHaan speaks at a public meeting regarding plans for the park on the former Beltline property. (Joseph Woodard)

Last Saturday, the City of Alameda held a well-attended public meeting regarding the future of the former Alameda Belt Line railway land at the corner of Atlantic Avenue and Constitution Way.


City Announces Planning Sessions for Beltline Park

Planning for a park on the old Beltline property begins in February, 2013.

Just hours after Action Alameda News published a letter from a reader regarding planning for a park on the former Alameda Beltline railway land, the City of Alameda formally announced the planning sessions.


Planning Begins for Jean Sweeney Open Space Park on Beltline Property

Planning for the Jean Sweeney Open Space Park on the old Beltline property begins in February, 2013.

Dear Editor,

In 2002, Jean Sweeney collected signatures and got an initiative placed on the ballot so we could vote to protect 23 acres of former Alameda Beltline Railroad property as open space. In her Notice of [...]

Jean Sweeney, 1939 – 2011

by Gretchen Lipow

One of the finest citizens of our island city, Jean Sweeney, was a victim of pancreatic cancer, dying the day after Thanksgiving of this year.


New Community Access TV Show “Alameda View”

Dear Editor,

We are proud to announce a new biweekly Community Access Television show entitled “ALAMEDA VIEW.”


Thirteen Candidates Appear at AAPS Candidates Forum at Alameda Point

Roughly 75 people turned out last night at the Auctions by the Bay Theater at Alameda Point, to see thirteen Alameda City Council and Mayoral candidates, who are vying for three seats, participate in a forum sponsored by the Alameda Architectural Preservation Society.


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