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In the Oct. 27 issue of Alameda Sun, we wrongly published Mayoral candidate Trish Herrera Spencer’s campaign website in her campaign statement (“Mayoral Candidate Trish Herrera Spencer,” Oct. 27). Spencer’s campaign website is www.trish4u.com

The mistake was corrected in the online version.

Also, we wrongly published City Council candidate Paul Beusterien’s name in his campaign statement (“City Council Candidate Paul Beusterien,” Oct. 27). His name was corrected in the online version.

The Alameda Sun apologizes to the two candidates.

— Alameda Sun Editor

City Councilmembers:
Remember the yellow Queen Anne. For a dollar she could have been moved, but no one had the land or money, so it was leveled to the ground. And a parking lot replaced it for PV Center.

No structures over 40 feet on the west side between Lincoln and Buena Vista avenues. And only Accessory Dwelling Units on 2,000 sq. feet of land.

Please protect our quality of life.

Thank you for your consideration.

— Patricia M. Paul

Editor’s note: this letter was originally sent to the Alameda City Council

We want to give a huge thank you to our many wonderful Corks, Forks, Rhythm & Brews sponsors, donors, vendors, volunteers and attendees!
With your support, we were able to host over 60 food and drink exhibitors from the Bay Area, Northern and Central California, and a Food, Beverage & Lifestyle themed online auction to raise significant dollars to help fund programs and services that will change the lives of our youth and teen members by helping them develop the skills they need to achieve academic and professional success and become healthy, responsible and contributing members of our community.
We are very excited for next year’s event and hope you will consider joining us again to make it even more successful.
To view event photos, visit https://corksforksonthepoint.com/photo-gallery.

— Alameda Boys & Girls Club