The “yes on P” campaign gets a late start while the Realtors (R) pump another $9,000 into the “no” side.
Newspapers and blogs lit up with commentary about the Measure P campaign. Questions remain as to where the money for the “no on P” campaign comes from.
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.
Eve Pearlman eloquently addresses the issue of community discourse in our small town:
As mentioned on Friday, SunCal submitted their development concept for Alameda Point on Friday. you can check it out for yourself here:
The Alameda Point Task Force will hold it’s first real meeting on Wednesday, August 27th. Now is the time to give input, ask questions about the plans, and help shape the future (ooooh!)
A hearing on the Transportation Master Plan will be held Monday, (8/25) at City Hall.
SunCal takes another step forward….maybe. And would we build more traffic lanes in Alameda if we knew it would cause more traffic?
Monday night, the Planning Board is talking Alameda Towne Centre Traffic. 2 out of 3 traffic experts agree.
Wow…that’s all I can really say about tonight’s Alameda Point meeting. Ok, it’s not all I can really say, but actually, I feel like much of what I can say was said after SunCal’s last meeting: SunCal came to talk…