The pressures in this pandemic and misinformation from a spiteful administration has brought out the worst in some people with increased acts of hate against our Asian community members. The day I wrote this a violent hate crime happened at a local grocery store.
It may surprise Alamedans that, on June 2, the City Council intends to make a recommendation to city staff about drafting a charter amendment to potentially eliminate City Charter Article 26, otherwise known as Measure A, was enacted in 1973 in response to both the demolition of the city’s stock
Enclosed is enough funding to keep me informed by the Alameda Sun for several years or until rising sea levels transform our island into a saltine marsh or shoal, whichever comes first. I am not a pessimist, but were I to spend a little more, could I get survivor benefits for my subscription?
At Medicare, we understand people may have concerns about going to a doctor’s office during the 2019 Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic. Like so many Americans, Medicare beneficiaries are rightly observing social distancing guidelines to protect themselves and others from possible infection.
In a time of food insecurity, what could be more inviting than a tree covered in fruit? Then again, sometimes the gods can be too kind. Overly generous fruit loads have a way of breaking branches and yielding small, poor-quality fruit if not managed in a timely manner.
At a meeting set for today, Thursday, May 14, City Manager, Eric Levitt, will be seeking direction from the Mayor’s Economic Development Advisory Panel on the creation of a COVID-19 Economic Recovery Task Force.