EBMUD’s proposed drought rates may penalize Alameda households while protecting high water using residences East of the Hills.
In a surprise move, the Alameda City Council votes to ban bikes, skateboards and possibly even scooters from all city parks.
We’ve already banned many kids sports played on residential streets and biking in our parks. Now the council is being asked to ok changes to the Municipal Code that could lead to cutting off cyclists from the city’s own bike parking.
The city council is closing in on a proposal to put multiple changes to the city’s charter on the ballot in November. But is the public interested?
Alameda teams up with Rep. Duncan Hunter to effect needed changes to the Alameda Point Transfer.
SunCal is asking for a change in their agreement with the city. If accepted, the project is ready to move forward.
The council will consider extending the timeline for developing Alameda Landing in the hopes of getting the land for the Stargell Ave. project from the College of Alameda.
Recommendations for the 2008 June Primary on Tuesday, June 3rd. VOTE!