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Representative Barbara Lee Visits Alameda

Representative Barbara Lee hosted a press conference last Friday, June 3, at the Veterans Court Seawall on Bay Farm Island. She was joined by a group of elected representatives and community leaders from the 13th District, which Lee represents. Together they toured East Bay projects that received federal money in this year’s budget, including the stop in Alameda. The long-neglected seawall will be receiving $1.5 million in federal funding. Among the recipients in her district are violence prevention programs, mental health services, affordable housing, and other community groups.

A full list of supported projects is available from Representative Lee’s website.

Alameda Post - press conference at Veterans Court Seawall June 3, 2022
Front row, H. E. Christian Peeples, Boardmember, AC Transit Board of Directors. In the back row, from left to right, Scott Means, Aging and Adult Services Manager, Oakland Human Services Department; Berkeley Mayor Jesse Arreguín; Alameda Mayor Marilyn Ezzy Ashcraft; Emeryville Mayor John Bauters; California 13th District Representative Barbara Lee; and Erika Simpson-Akpawu, CEO of West Oakland Health Council. Photo Maurice Ramirez.
Alameda Post - Representative Barbara Lee speaks at a press conference on Bay Farm Island on June 3, 2022
Representative Barbara Lee speaks at her press conference at Veterans Court Seawall on June 3, 2022. Photo Maurice Ramirez.

Maurice Ramirez is the official photographer for the City of Alameda. Reach him at [email protected]. His photography is collected at MauriceRamirez.com. All photos are ©2022 Maurice Ramirez.

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