Audio of a secret recording made by Alameda’s former city manager of a meeting between her and two councilmembers released Wednesday highlights a lobbying effort on behalf of a labor-friendly candidate for the then-open fire chief position, but also immense… Read More ›
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Alameda City Council will formally approved its new city attorney on Mar. 19.
Alameda’s next city manager, Eric Levitt, was unanimously approved last week by the City Council. Now he’s looking for a place in Alameda to live. “We are very excited to both becoming part of the community and also work with… Read More ›
Alameda has been without a permanent city manager since last May.
When keeping tabs on municipal hirings, such as naming a new city manager, there isn’t much you can do other than read the tea leaves scattered within closed session agendas. Alameda, which has not had a permanent city manager since… Read More ›
ALSO: Alameda moves closer to selecting a new city manager.
Alameda Assistant City Manager Liz Warmerdam is moving to San Leandro City Hall for the same position, it was announced Monday. Warmerdam will take over the position left open following the elevation of Jeff Kay to San Leandro city manager… Read More ›
>Special election for McKay Ave. open space measure? ALAMEDA — Regular council meeting, Wednesday, Jan. 2, 7 p.m. ENTIRE AGENDA HERE | Next meeting: Jan. 5. -SPECIAL ELECTION?- A proposed ballot measure petition in Alameda that would block a council decision… Read More ›
With a 40 percent turnover of the Alameda City Council following the November elections imminent, the city’s ongoing search for a new city manager is being re-opened for new applicants. Alameda has been without a permanent city manager since last… Read More ›
Former Alameda City Manager Jill Keimach was cleared of any wrongdoing following an investigation by the Alameda County District Attorney’s office into whether she illegally recorded two councilmembers, a decision that could greatly affect the city’s upcoming November elections. The fallout… Read More ›
Alameda County Sheriff’s Office is still not operating the Ashland REACH Youth Center, but the Board of Supervisors is allocating funds for youth Zumba classes!
“The staff report says the Alameda Journal is the lowest responsible bidder” Alameda Councilmember Jim Oddie said of its bid for printing legal notices. “I don’t think there’s anything responsible at all about the Bay Area News Group.”