The SD&R crew headed up to City Hall last Saturday night for the lighting of the city’s the christmas tree lights. We were lucky to bump into AP&T head Girish Balachandran, who pointed out that this year’s lights are new, and they’re LEDs using 80% less power than in years past.
The discussion of “what happens if redevelopment bonds go belly up” is an exercise in “what if?” because so far it hasn’t happened, though with the current real estate situation, it probably won’t be long before one does.
Many years ago, Ms. Bail started a Political Action Committee dedicated to keeping Measure A intact no matter what. It was aptly named “Keep Measure A.” They formed a PAC in order to support candidates that they deemed sufficiently committed to keeping Measure A. Ms. Bail was the Secretary.
The mysterious death of Dr. Dan Kliman finds the Bay Area bicycling community minus one advocate. BikeAlameda has set up a memorial fund to honor his work.
In yesterday’s post, I spoke with Alameda’s Chief of Police Tibbet to fully understand a couple of the points in the Alameda Theater staff report. In doing so, made a couple of errors in translation that I want clear up.
After a spirited discussion in May, city staff returns with a report back on traffic and public safety that skirts the major issue of discussion…bike safety