Alameda

Celebrating Halloween: 2020 Style

Oct 29,2020

With no Trick or Treating allowed this year, Alamedans, young and old, can still enjoy the many homes decorated for the season throughout the Island City. Not to be missed is Dan Balsam’s annual polcitical statement at San Antonio Avenue and Union Street.

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Bicycle Group Wants Bike-Pedestrian Bridge for West End

Oct 22,2020

Bike Walk Alameda (BWA) is advocating to get a proposed bike-pedestrian bridge connecting west Alameda and Downtown Oakland implemented into Caltrans and Alameda County Transportation Commission’s (ACTC) proposed Oakland-Alameda accessibility plan.

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Alamedans Pitch In

Oct 20,2020

Local residents join letter writers across the country

More than 100 Alamedans have written 30,000 letters with personal messages to voters urging them to cast their ballots in our national election by Nov. 3.

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Two ferries moored at the terminal on May 12 during testing of power-operated passenger ramps.

Seaplane Lagoon Ferry Terminal Completed

Oct 13,2020

The Seaplane Lagoon Ferry Terminal was completed in August, but the opening is on hold until ferry ridership from the Alameda Main Street Terminal to San Francisco is on the upswing.

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Alameda Museum &nbsp&nbsp This colorized photograph likely depicts Alameda Park before it took on the name Jackson Park in 1909.

Rename Jackson Park

Oct 06,2020

On July 21 the Alameda City Council voted unanimously to remove Andrew Jackson’s name from the park at Encinal and Park avenues. A Park Renaming Committee was formed and is now asking the Alameda community for name ideas.

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The Vacaville Reporter &nbsp&nbsp Randy Fenn, who retired as chief of police for the City of Fairfield will begin his new job as Alameda’s police chief next Monday. Fenn also served with the Town of Truckee and the City of Concord.

City Appoints Interim APD Chief

Sep 29,2020

The City of Alameda announced on Tuesday, Sept. 29, that Randy Fenn will become the city’s Interim Police Chief. He will start work Monday, Oct. 5. Fenn retired earlier this year as the chief of police for the City of Fairfield.

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