Eighteen months ago and later, I suggested that the boosters of the pro-active Density Bonus law in Alameda didn’t really understand what they were pushing, and that it was being used for political, rather than practical purposes.
Anyone else notice that in the recent discussion on traffic reduction not one of the proffered explanations was that we tore down housing and therefore there was less traffic?
Word is spreading that the Courts have granted Harbor Bay Isle Associates the right to build their Village Six project. This is categorically untrue.
In today’s Alameda Journal newsletter from “former councilmember” Barbara Thomas which is so rife with bad information that it hints at why she was so spectacularly voted out of office in her run for reelection in 1991. (she received barely 20% of the vote in 1991, just beating Don Roberts for fourth place).
A reader writes in: “are you stupid? or just evil?” you decide.
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…
With the ARRA set to re-hear discussion on Alameda Point tonight, I figured I’d post this article I stumbled upon about a month ago. There’s a myth being created that the housing market is terrible (it is, that’s not the…
As the discussion about the state Density Bonus law heats up, maybe we should be careful what some people wish for.
With all the talk about “fairness” around Measure H. It might be worth taking a step back and looking at what else in town is “unfair.”
The Alameda Point Vision will be discussed and next steps for encouraging it’s implementation will be laid out on October 23rd. It’s an easy way to get involved without taking too much time out of your schedule.