Monthly Archives: March 2011

Missing Our Local Cable Company

A tug of war between Internet service providers (ISPs) and the public is playing out before the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) and in the halls of Congress.  Both the providers and the public demand their freedom on the Internet. The … Continue reading

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Amend Disability Placard Law

Alameda is attempting to increase revenue and influence drivers’ parking behavior by changing its parking fines and fees.  State law allowing people with disability placards free parking for unlimited periods undermines that effort. To encourage use of the civic center … Continue reading

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Opportunity Knocking

As the city begins its final phase of taking stock and reassessing its vision for Alameda Point, we’ve been presented with the opportunity of a lifetime.  The Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory is considering locating a new second campus at Alameda … Continue reading

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