Why has the response to concerns about asbestos at the FISC Hospital fire been so slow? Two weeks to issue a statement? Even more troubling is the narrative, coming from top city officials, that asbestos testing was done on the air. So far, the facts do not seem to bear this out.
Right after the November 2006 election, AP&T General Manager, Girish Balachandran, held meetings with 50 to 60 people to talk to about the Telecom and the overwhelming feedback from the attendees was “get out, get out before it’s too late.”
Measure P looks to be passing, incumbents removed from the School Board and other interesting info.
Alamedan Eric Ladenburg headed to Wasilla Alaska to help document the political life and times of soon to be former VP candidate Sarah Palin. Check out the Wasilla Project.
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?
In the upcoming election, Alameda will be lucky to re-elect Marie Gilmore.
Tony Daysog presents a great critique of redevelopment criticism. Then rightfully slaps me down.
the few voices in the woods against the parcel tax say we should wait until the budget is done. But where do we draw the line?
Action Alameda continues to pump incorrect facts into an important civic debate.
What happens if the state gives reinstates the Prop 98 money it is currently cutting from AUSDs budget? Windfall? or future protection?