Alameda

City Hosts Chochenyo Park Celebration

Aug 03,2021

Last Thursday, July 29, the community gathered to honor Chochenyo Park.

On Jan. 19, the City Council directed staff to dename this park due to the atrocities committed by its namesake, President Andrew Jackson,

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Sideshows Continue Unabated at Point

Jul 13,2021

Sideshow activity and drag racing at Alameda Point has now become a weekend routine. Despite community outrage and being given a host of ideas on how to curb the activity, the city appears to be
doing nothing about it. Even the private security detail is absent when needed.

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DePave Park Funding Denied

Jun 22,2021

Political favoritism may have affected the decision

The San Francisco Bay Restoration Authority has denied the city’s request for a planning grant for DePave Park at Alameda Point (City to Seek Wetland Park Funding, Sept. 24, 2020).

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Alamedan Wins NCAA 5,000 Meter

Jun 15,2021

Last Friday, June 11, in Eugene, Ore. at the NCAA Track and Field Championships, Alamedan and University of Oregon runner Cooper Teare won the 5,000 meters (3.1 miles) with the second fastest time ever at that distance by a collegiate runner and a personal best time by five seconds.

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Claim Filed

Jun 02,2021

Gonzalez family files claim against the City and police department

The family of Mario Gonzalez filed a legal claim against the City of Alameda a month after his death while in the custody of Alameda Police Department (APD) officers.

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City Hires Police Chief

May 18,2021

City Manager Eric Levitt announced the appointment of Oakland Police Department Deputy Chief Nishant Joshi as Alameda’s next Chief of Police.

Joshi will take the reins from Interim Police Chief Randy Fenn on Tuesday, June 8.

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Townhall Discusses Gonzalez’s Death

May 04,2021

Members of the Youth Activists of Alameda (YAOA) discussed police reform with Alameda Mayor Marilyn Ezzy Ashcraft and other Alameda officials at the mayor’s virtual town hall meeting Friday, April 30.

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Gonzalez Investigations

Apr 27,2021

City launches inquiries into death of man in police custody

Three independent investigations are being conducted to probe an Oakland man’s death while in Alameda police custody Monday, April 19.

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Gas-Powered Leaf Blowers on City Council Agenda

Apr 06,2021

At its Tuesday evening meeting, the City Council considered Councilwoman Trish Spencer’s referral that would direct city staff to draft an ordinance banning the use of gas-powered leaf blowers like the one pictured at the left.

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