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Delay of gain

Typically, residential development projects have been sold to skeptics in Alameda by emphasizing the “public benefits” they provide. For those who aren’t persuaded that the City needs more housing for the affluent (the pitch goes), just look at what else … Continue reading

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All aboard!

Predictably, the proposal presented to Council Tuesday night for the City to “collaborate” with the Water Emergency Transportation Authority to get new ferry service up and running at the Seaplane Lagoon by 2020 elicited hosannas and huzzahs from the usual … Continue reading

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Still want the job, Ms. Keimach?

The Merry-Go-Round welcomes Jill Keimach, who begins her four-year, $245,000 per year term as Alameda City Manager on Monday. We’re sure staff already has given Ms. Keimach much of the key information she needs, like the private phone number of … Continue reading

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The magic number

At Wednesday night’s joint meeting of the City Council and the Planning Board, we might finally get a definitive answer to the perennial question:  How many housing units should be built at Alameda Point? Ever since City Manager John Russo … Continue reading

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