Rin Kelly has done it. Written the perfect Rorshach test for Alameda Point. And I don’t mean that in a bad way. Apparently it doesn’t matter what her article says (and says well and fairly), you can see that it has proved you right all along. Which either says something about the readers or about the writing…and I’m going with readers on this one.
The Sierra Club of Northern Alameda County took a step closer to supporting the master plan for Alameda Point last night, while giving a shout out to the Alameda Point Vision.
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).
It has become apparent that there is a lot of confusion surrounding SunCal’s map in the sea-level rise section of their master plan which is being read by many as depicting solely sea level rise.
The discussion of “what happens if redevelopment bonds go belly up” is an exercise in “what if?” because so far it hasn’t happened, though with the current real estate situation, it probably won’t be long before one does.
The response to Monday’s clearing the air post just keeps coming…
A reader writes in: “are you stupid? or just evil?” you decide.
While the net is abuzz with posts about SunCal’s financial struggles in the “new” economy. Catellus, Alameda’s partner in the Alameda Landing project, is finding itself with similar struggles.
Redevelopment bonds are not directly tied to city finances. Yet many are making the case that they are.
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…