Monthly Archives: November 2010

Going Forward at Alameda Point

It’s not a blank slate, but there’s room for you to write. Have you seen the Alameda Point planning workbook the city produced to solicit community input? It’s a remarkably comprehensive review of the myriad issues—and choices—that confront us. With the … Continue reading

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In A Democracy, The Majority Should Rule

As campaign signs were taken down around town and the victims of SunCal’s wrath were trying to recover from a bitter election aftertaste, voters couldn’t help but notice the results of the race for mayor in Oakland. Oakland for the … Continue reading

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