Residents offer a mixed bag of suggestions on the state or the city’s streets and walkways.
The first phase of construction at Alameda Point moves ahead, the College of Alameda may have trouble with accreditation, and West End burglaries are up
Finances look rosier in Alameda, where police will get body cams and one popular teacher is on shaky ground for an alleged risqué extra credit proposition.
A new ride-sharing service could mean easy one-way service for Alamedans needing wheels on the fly.
Ferry riders may get 46 new parking spaces on Harbor Bay Parkway, but what’s the real solution for spillover as ferry community increases?
There will be not rent control in Alameda, but the Rent Advisory Committee remains up and running.
Alamedans prefer arrival by ferry, the Bay Farm Island Bridge, the High Street Bridge, the Fruitvale Bridge, and by kayak.
As the drought worsens, water cuts loom. Also in the news: Measure A moratoriums, a new city manager, and WETA gets the go-ahead.
Alameda’s general lack of services and vigilant if inhospitable police force combine keep homeless in Alameda at bay, with the help of some innovative social services.
There will be no über high school, construction at Alameda Point inches closer to reality, and the mysterious bird goo has been identified.