The Alameda City Council approved an agreement to appoint Dirk Brazil as the city’s Interim City Manager at its May 17 meeting. Brazil will oversee city operations while the City Council searches for a new permanent City Manager.
At its May 17 meeting, the City Council approved a pilot program that will give 150 low-income households in Alameda monthly payments of $1,000 for 24 months, starting in spring of 2023.
On March 13, 1973, Alameda residents voted for an initiative titled, “Measure A” to amend the City Charter to add Article 26 which simply states, “there shall be no multiple dwelling units built in the City of Alameda.” Shortly afterwards City Council amended the Alameda Municipal Code to define
The City Council unanimously approved Alameda Police Department’s (APD) fixed automated license plate reader (ALPR) draft policy at its April 5 meeting.
Dangerous and confusing driving, biking, and walking conditions, traffic gridlock, and the uglification of Alameda are here and thriving — and with help from Planning, Building, and Transportation Director Andrew Thomas, Mayor Marilyn Ezzy Ashcraft, and Councilmembers John Knox White and Malia Ve
Spring is around the corner and it is finally looking like we are moving out of the pandemic, so I wanted to share some news. I have made the decision that I will not be pursuing reelection this year, which means that 2022 will be my last year on Alameda’s City Council.
Alameda City Councilmember John Knox White has announced he will not pursue another term on the council.
City of Alameda staff will hold a community listening session to discuss the city’s plan to convert vacant homes at Alameda Point into Emergency Supportive Homeless Housing. The listening session will take place Thursday, March 10, via Zoom.