Save our parks
As an island, Alameda has a long history with shoreline and waterfront. This is what drew me to Alameda almost 25 years ago to live since then a block from the Bay.
Faced now with the prospect of this resource disappearing forever to “demands” of social trends, I am encouraged to know that there are folks in Alameda who recognize the intrinsic value of these limited lands, used for community gatherings, education, and recreation by our families and children.
Accordingly, in the upcoming April election, please vote “no” on A — Regional Homeless Center and “yes” on B — Save our Parks.