Monthly Archives: July 2011

Beltline Brainstorm

At the city’s two recent “Urban Greening” workshops, every Alameda park was beautifully displayed on big posters.  We were presented with the results of the city’s recent park master-plan survey.  We learned that almost all Alamedans visit our shoreline, natural … Continue reading

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Landing Zone Veterans’ Clinic

We haven’t heard much lately about the proposed veterans facility at Alameda Point, but it’s been moving full steam ahead. The Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) is conducting its environmental review and seeking architecture/engineering firms to plan and design an … Continue reading

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People Are Talking

People are talking—talking enthusiastically about the possibility that the University of California’s Lawrence Berkeley National Lab will build its second campus at Alameda Point.  But while many of us have been talking enthusiastically amongst ourselves, now there’s an opportunity to … Continue reading

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