AC Transit has a parcel Tax on the Ballot. Vote yes, it needs your support.
A five year financial retrospective of city General Fund financing shows why voting against Measure P might not be the best option. Also: Election Survey results so far.
With the 2008 election less than a week away. Take the 20 second Alameda Election Survey and show off your political acumen.
The “yes on P” campaign gets a late start while the Realtors (R) pump another $9,000 into the “no” side.
Apparently while houses in Northern California create traffic, therefore we should only build commercial properties, in Southern California, commercial development brings traffic.
Alamedan Eric Ladenburg headed to Wasilla Alaska to help document the political life and times of soon to be former VP candidate Sarah Palin. Check out the Wasilla Project.
Newspapers and blogs lit up with commentary about the Measure P campaign. Questions remain as to where the money for the “no on P” campaign comes from.
With the national election seeming to be over as far as California’s concerned (does anyone think Obama or Stark aren’t going to be elected from California?) Let’s not foget that there are a number of state and local races that are incredibly important
With all the talk about “fairness” around Measure H. It might be worth taking a step back and looking at what else in town is “unfair.”
The Alameda Point Vision will be discussed and next steps for encouraging it’s implementation will be laid out on October 23rd. It’s an easy way to get involved without taking too much time out of your schedule.