Swimming pools are a hot-button in issue in Alameda again. Two competitive pools at Alameda High School that […]
Alameda voters declared their support for homeless seniors and medical respite services Tuesday night with a decisive win […]
ALAMEDA SPECIAL ELECTION
(Updated Friday – 100% precincts reporting)
(Reaffirms council decision to zone wellness center on McKay Ave – 50%+1 to pass)
YES 11,330 52.67%
NO 10,183 47.33%
(McKay Ave Parcel Open Space Designation Initiative – 50%+1 to pass)
NO 11,908 55.91%
YES 9,392 44.09%
An Alameda City Council, buoyed by a November election that built upon its progressive majority while trouncing a […]
Alameda’s special election on April 9 pits open space advocates vs. support for the homeless
Alameda City Hall is one of the least modern centers of local government in the East Bay. The […]
Alameda City Council will formally approved its new city attorney on Mar. 19.
Gov. Jerry Brown vetoed a similar bill unanimously passed by the Legislature in 2016, citing budgetary concerns.
Alameda’s next city manager, Eric Levitt, was unanimously approved last week by the City Council. Now he’s looking […]
Alameda has been without a permanent city manager since last May.
Alameda County Democrats vote to oppose Alameda special election measure to block a homeless center for seniors.
When keeping tabs on municipal hirings, such as naming a new city manager, there isn’t much you can […]
Two days after an Alameda resident filed a complaint this week with the Fair Political Practices Commission that […]
Alameda Assistant City Manager Liz Warmerdam is moving to San Leandro City Hall for the same position, it […]
The Alameda City Council voted, 4-1, Wednesday to call a special election on April 9 after certification of […]
Trish Herrera Spencer’s final comment as Alameda mayor Tuesday night was a biting rejoinder aimed at Marilyn Ezzy […]
Newly sworn-in Alameda school board member Mia Bonta was elected board president last week, but not before a […]
With a 40 percent turnover of the Alameda City Council following the November elections imminent, the city’s ongoing […]
During Alameda Councilmember-elect Tony Daysog’s previous two stints on the City Council he was known as a wonky […]
Former Alameda City Manager Jill Keimach was cleared of any wrongdoing following an investigation by the Alameda County […]
If approved, Alameda’s minimum wage would reach the threshold 18 months before the state mandate in 2022.
Amos White says his campaign for Alameda City Council will go on, but doesn’t say how
Pending an appeal, Alameda’s rent stabilization charter amendment measure will appear on the ballot as approved by the council last March.
Daysog filed his own lawsuit against the city last June to remove the council-approved ballot question for the landlord-backed rent stabilization charter amendment measure this fall.
Keimach received a $900,000 severance package in Alameda last May.
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