Good news from the council meeting last week, the council chose to take a step back from plans to reduce some, but not all, commission memberships, and fold the Public Art Commission and Film Commission into other bodies. The council…
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?
On Election day, we look back at Elections past and forward with election predictions from the SD&R 2008 Election poll
AC Transit has a parcel Tax on the Ballot. Vote yes, it needs your support.
A five year financial retrospective of city General Fund financing shows why voting against Measure P might not be the best option. Also: Election Survey results so far.
The “yes on P” campaign gets a late start while the Realtors (R) pump another $9,000 into the “no” side.
Alameda’s City Council agrees to a new agreement with SunCal and their new partner DE Shaw moving the project one more step forward.
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.
SunCal takes another step forward….maybe. And would we build more traffic lanes in Alameda if we knew it would cause more traffic?
What was the point of blaming Marie Gilmore for the ills of Alameda?