Yet another group has popped up around the Point, that makes 2. Honestly, do Action Alameda, SOC!A, Citizens for a Better Alameda, Keep Measure A Committee expect us not to realize that the contacts for these groups are all the same people? Heck, Gretchen Lipow is listed as a key person for three of them!
As mentioned on Friday, SunCal submitted their development concept for Alameda Point on Friday. you can check it out for yourself here:
As the ARRA mulls over its options, one will hope that building an economically sustainable project will prevail and we won’t watch five people on a dias start to try and personally rewrite nearly 15 years of community planning because 15 angry people show up at a meeting.
Last night (Wednesday, 8/27), the Alameda Point Task Force meeting was held, and unfortunately, it was a poorly organized affair that allowed for rambling comments to dominate the meeting, which lead to a number of community members being unable to…
Alameda’s City Council considers the path forward at Alameda Point. Could Ron Cowan be back in our future?
Alameda teams up with Rep. Duncan Hunter to effect needed changes to the Alameda Point Transfer.
The WRT Solomon report on Alameda Point is out. And it’s chock full of useful information.
Prepare for the blowback, the city releases a report on housing, development and transportation use at Alameda Point on Friday
The ARRA discussed development along the Estuary and Alameda Point.
Tonight, the Alameda Reuse and Redevelopment Authority (ARRA) will hear a presentation by the Veterans Administration (VA) for their plan to build a 53 acre Columbrium/Masauleum, 250,000 sf Hospital, 240,000 Administration building, and 80,000 sf clinic at Alameda Point. The…