Reading the Alameda Journal’s follow-up, one might be lead to believe that the city council (ahem, the ARRA) was particularly negative about SunCal’s proposal at last Wednesday’s meeting. But re-watching the web video, that doesn’t appear to be the case.
As the ARRA mulls over its options, one will hope that building an economically sustainable project will prevail and we won’t watch five people on a dias start to try and personally rewrite nearly 15 years of community planning because 15 angry people show up at a meeting.
The new school year begins and Crossing Guards are not where they used to be.
Alameda’s City Council considers the path forward at Alameda Point. Could Ron Cowan be back in our future?
How did the Island High project end up where it is? And is this the way we want to be going?
You can’t open the paper without seeing someone mention that the city is taking $1 million from the golf complex….but is this true?
The Alameda Economic Development Commission votes not to prohibit Superstores with food.
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?