Rin Kelly has done it. Written the perfect Rorshach test for Alameda Point. And I don’t mean that in a bad way. Apparently it doesn’t matter what her article says (and says well and fairly), you can see that it has proved you right all along. Which either says something about the readers or about the writing…and I’m going with readers on this one.
Parking is one of the big drivers of auto-use (more specifically ample free parking) and yet it has a large cost in terms of money used to provide it. But there’s a larger cost to the community and environment that comes in the form of wasted space, bad design, and a disconnectedness of people to the others around them.
A hearing on the Transportation Master Plan will be held Monday, (8/25) at City Hall.
Alameda’s City Council considers the path forward at Alameda Point. Could Ron Cowan be back in our future?
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.
Word is, Clif Bar will be announcing later today that they are no longer moving to Alameda Landing. A press release will be forthcoming announcing the termination of the contract.
Is redevelopment the evil boogie man that is decimating our school and city budgets?
At tonight’s Alameda Reuse and Redevelopment Authority (ARRA) meeting, the council, excuse me, ARRA Board, will decide whether to spend $200,000 to remove The Faithful, a 293 foot vessel and a barge that has recently been moored to it at…
It’s a big week for transportation related items at the Council, CIC, and Housing Authority. Things get pretty wonky, pretty quickly, and so I’ll skip the Economic Development Strategic Plan (at the CIC for Approval Tuesday), the awarding of a…
Every Day I Write the Book At the end of 2007, during the penultimate 12 hours of the year, it seems to be traditional to look back at the year that’s past and the one just ahead. I went back…