At the end of last week, Bill O’Reilly sat down with Fox news anchor Megyn Kelly to discuss the Alameda school “Lesson 9” issue. What we heard was, well, almost unbelievable.
Last week, The City released its Traffic Impact Report for the Alameda Point project. And it’s a pretty good report. Honest, conservative (meaning likely overstating traffic), and presenting the information in a way that give readers (non-technical readers) the ability to understand the overall concepts and results.
Over the last few months, it has become clear that I needed to institute a comments policy because some folks are abusing the comments.
I attended the AC Transit service reduction workshop at Independence Plaza along with about 120 other folks. Someone called both the Fire Dept and the Police because the room was over capacity. The meeting went well: 30-minute presentation of what was happening, 60-minutes of discussion with planners.
As we head into another summer-like weekend, I thought the words of President Obama were appropriate.
On Saturday, Alamedans have one last chance to weigh in on proposed changes to AC Transit’s service. I’ve highlighted what I see as the pros and cons here. The end result is less bus service in Alameda, and no matter what anybody does, that’s where we will end up.
I thought it would be good to put together Alameda related commute options for tomorrow’s unexpected Bay Bridge closure. Though I’d imagine that everyone’s already come up with a plan since it was closed last Friday.
Dennis Evanosky has some great coverage of the S.E.R.V.E. meeting and claims therein. Rather than falling into the trap of thinking that journalism entails telling two sides of a story and leaving it at that, something we see a lot of in local news coverage, Evanosky digs a little deeper into one of the key claims of the Anti-LGBT recallers:
A little over three weeks ago, we learned about the efforts of 10 people who have started a recall effort of a majority of the school board. Since that time, their numbers have swelled to “about three dozen.” Lauren Do highlighted what appears to be glaring disingenousness within the movement yesterday.