A while back, I wrote about how the City posted a press release on their website in a manner that was incredibly inappropriate. And it’s fair to suggest that my characterization of the incident leaned towards it being a purposeful act on the part of the City (read: staff).
We’re all familiar with crowd overcounts by protest organizers. This makes sense when you’re dealing with 100s of 1000s of people. But what’s the excuse when you have a photo of all of them, and there are less than 40?
Audio: Alameda Mayor Beverly Johnson’s endorsement call for the Alameda Point Project.
Alameda Mayor Beverly Johnson joins Lena Tam stepping into a strong public leadership role on Alameda Point. To the robo-call-mobile Batman!
After a city council meeting that wended it’s way through weirdness, the ARRA (city council in another guise) gave comments on SunCal’s Alameda Point plan…and guess what…
The Governor finally signed SB1093 yesterday, the Water Emergency Transportation Authority bill. SB1093 was a clean up bill that rectifies many of the problems with the original ridiculous bill that was secretly rushed through the State Senate in four days.
A look at Alameda’s Mayoral elections from 1970-present.
Recommendations for the 2008 June Primary on Tuesday, June 3rd. VOTE!
Language for the state’s Ferry takeover language has been released and Alameda’s needs are again forgotten.
The Alameda Daily News makes lot’s of predictions and assertions of supposed fact, but do they get it right?