Mary C. Warren, lengedary East Bay public servant; Coliseum commissioner, dies

APPRECIATION | Mary C. Warren, one of the most accomplished public servants in East Bay history and a trailblazer for women in local government, died Aug. 6. She was 94. Flags at Alameda County facilities were ordered to be flown at half-staff this week.Following eight years in the U.S. Navy as a supply officer at … Continue reading Mary C. Warren, lengedary East Bay public servant; Coliseum commissioner, dies

With A Bright Future Ahead, Alameda Officially Takes Control Of Alameda Point

Alameda Mayor Marie Gilmore signs the conveyance of Alameda Point June 24 with Roger Natsuhara, assistant secretary of the Navy. PHOTO/Steven TavaresALAMEDA//DEVELOPMENT | Sixteen years after the Alameda’s Naval Air Station closed forever, the U.S. officially conveyed the scenic, but still toxic Alameda Point back to the city of Alameda.“Come to Alameda Point,” said Alameda Mayor Marie Gilmore. … Continue reading With A Bright Future Ahead, Alameda Officially Takes Control Of Alameda Point