18 months ago, AUSD and the Board of Education received a demographic study for the district from Lapkoff and Gobalet. This study came under a lot of criticism during the Edison enrollment/lottery discussion and I thought it would be interesting to look at how it has faired two years out.
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
The election is over…well not over, there are still ballots being counted, and Measure P is too close to call and all, but the city council race is done. And what are the lessons to be learned?
The Alameda Theater was hit by a delivery truck just shy of it’s one week birthday.
The Alameda Theater had its coming out party…
Quick rundown of transportation related meetings and events for the week of 4/21.
Small-minded bitterness about the Alameda theater project is threatening to confuse an important discussion about school finances, using incredibly bad info to make an invalid point.
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…
Last Thursday, I mentioned a report card issued by Action Alameda on redevelopment in Alameda. Report cards are great organizing tools, done well, they can crystallize a set of complex information into a short, easy to read format. Done well.