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Here’s What We Can Do

Here’s What We Can Do

Alameda’s Mayor responds to the tragedies in Uvalde and Buffalo with actions we can take. Uvalde, Texas and Buffalo, New York – words can’t capture…
Representation Matters

Representation Matters

Wilma Chan’s death last November is still deeply felt with Alameda County residents who had relied on her leadership especially in health care, and services…
Toxic Spiders Pose Dangers - Letter to the Editor

Toxic Spiders Pose Dangers - Letter to the Editor

To the Editor: The city of Alameda is infested with toxic spiders. No, I’m not talking about the Black Widow. Another two are my concern.…
Measure B is Essential – Letter to the Editor

Measure B is Essential – Letter to the Editor

To the Editor: I write to share some of the reasons why I am voting YES on Measure B in the upcoming election on June…
Make Voices Heard for Reproductive Choice – Letter to the Editor

Make Voices Heard for Reproductive Choice – Letter to the Editor

To the Editor On 6 May 2022, the Alameda County Council of the League of Women Voters, which consists of the Leagues of Alameda, Berkeley…
The View From Barnhill Marina

The View From Barnhill Marina

Mornings are a particular treat when you live on the water. And, by on the water, I mean in the water: I live on a…
Alameda Boards and Commissions Need You!

Alameda Boards and Commissions Need You!

Volunteer to be on one of a dozen boards and commissions to support your city. Attention Alameda Residents: Your city needs you! There are a…
Objections — Letter to the Editor

Objections — Letter to the Editor

To the Editor: Andrew Thomas’s April 19 editorial (Why is Alameda Making Plans to Add More Housing) is very informative and accurate with the significant…
Why is Alameda making plans to add more housing?

Why is Alameda making plans to add more housing?

The City of Alameda is planning for more housing because we are facing a crisis. There are Alamedans sleeping outside, in parks, and in tents.…
Ranked Choice Voting Brings Diversity - Letter to the Editor

Ranked Choice Voting Brings Diversity - Letter to the Editor

To the Editor: Greater diversity of candidates, more representative results, more positive policy-oriented campaigns, and ease of use are some advantages of Ranked Choice Voting…
Measure Z 2.0

Measure Z 2.0

On March 13, 1973, Alameda residents voted for an initiative titled “Measure A” to amend the City Charter to add Article 26 which simply states,…
Ranked Choice Voting and Multi-Seat Races - Letter to the Editor

Ranked Choice Voting and Multi-Seat Races - Letter to the Editor

To the Editor: You’ve probably seen some of the growing momentum for adopting ranked choice voting. Ranked choice voting is now used in Alaska, Maine,…
FAAS Lowers Adoption Fees for "Pandemic Puppies"

FAAS Lowers Adoption Fees for "Pandemic Puppies"

I love these pictures that our Animal Care Manager Amanda McNair and I took with 90-pound Modi, a big, goofy, and very energetic FAAS pup…
Three Creative Ways to Become Top of Mind

Three Creative Ways to Become Top of Mind

Do you want people to think about your business before all others? Of course, you do. The first step to patronizing your business is remembering…
Alameda Chamber of Commerce — Four Days Left to Shop Local

Alameda Chamber of Commerce — Four Days Left to Shop Local

This week is one of the biggest shopping weeks of the season. Sure, there are individual days that rank higher for sales, but as a…

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