Cannabis interests upset with San Leandro Mayor Cutter may have a Plan B candidate
The proposed Real Property Transfer Tax would add roughly $2,000 to the price of $500,000 property, the city said.
‘I Know Constituents In My District Care Deeply About LGBTQ Equality. I Share Their Passion.’
Pamela Price ran a spirited campaign for Alameda County DA that ended less than two months ago. She is the 14th candidate to file papers to challenge Libby Schaaf.
Salinas, who is running for mayor this fall, called the City Council opportunistic for welcoming the cannabis industry into Hayward
Lawsuit filed in Alameda County Superior Court is asking for an injunction to block the council-approved ballot question from appearing on the Nov. ballot
Former Orange city manager and Stockton interim fire chief is coming to Alameda while the council initiates a search for a permanent replacement.
Another twist in the San Leandro city manager scandal
Lee is starting her campaign for House Democratic Party chair early after the upset of Rep. Joe Crowley last month
Port of Oakland commissioner believes an announcement will come sometime in November.
A curious turn of events in the San Leandro city manager scandal.
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San Leandro’s long city nightmare is over.
Rep. Eric Swalwell crashed Thursday’s contentious House Oversight hearing to ask for a subpoena for Steve Bannon to testify.
During his tenure, the Fremont Warm Springs station was built. His departure had been rumored for months
Ro Khanna Is Rejecting a LGBTQ+ ‘Purity Test’ by Endorsing Fremont City Council Candidate Yang Shao, writes Glen Shaffer.
Also: Alameda mayor, put on the spot, suggests she will support the landlords-backed charter amendment this fall
Supervisor Miley pushed for the previous 45-day moratorium to expire leading to a disagreement with an exasperated Supervisor Haggerty
City may be worried about potential legal liabilities, but the agreement could also hamper some commissioners who are running for the City Council this fall.
Last month, Alameda County’s Measure A childcare and early education sales tax increase failed by just 0.47 percent at the ballot box. A comeback in the fall appears likely.
“If you think Alameda should aspire to becoming a racist backwater, sign it,” says Bonta, who was also hit with a spurious ‘birther’ claim recently.