Former Alameda Mayor Trish Herrera Spencer is contemplating a return to the City Hal, she told the East […]
With a segment of Alameda residents fuming over a scathing civil grand jury finding that two Alameda elected […]
Alameda renters scored a major legislative victory late Tuesday night when the Alameda City Council approved an ordinance […]
Despite a highly critical grand jury report last week that skewered Alameda City Hall and urged them to […]
A proposed data center on the Alameda waterfront boasting of benefits to the environment through the use of […]
For now, the fight for and against just-cause renters’ protections in Alameda appears over. The renters have won. […]
A statewide push to move California cities away from at-large municipal elections to a district-based system has snared […]
An Alameda City Council, buoyed by a November election that built upon its progressive majority while trouncing 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 […]
ALAMEDA CITY COUNCIL PREVIEW
Alameda council candidate Tony Daysog learned a thing from two years ago–get ahead of the story.
Despite an admonition that Alameda City Council candidates not address the city’s recent city manager scandal while one […]
Spencer only spent $10,325 in 2014 to register the biggest upset in the East Bay
Pending an appeal, Alameda’s rent stabilization charter amendment measure will appear on the ballot as approved by the council last March.
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