Monthly Archives: October 2011

Up on Cleanup?

The environmental cleanup program at Alameda Point, which has been going on for more than a decade, is in its final stages.  Most of the issues have been addressed, and the contaminated sites have either been cleaned up or are … Continue reading

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Chop Park Street, Fall Specials, Plenty of Tree Parking

Park Street getting back to its roots: Twenty-six trees were removed to make way for new street lights and parking meter pay stations/kiosks.

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In Memoriam: Tree Grande, October 2011

At the corner of Park Street and Central Avenue in Alameda Two of Grande’s neighbors that were the last mature trees standing:

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Alameda Occupies Wall Street – City Hall

Messages from Alameda’s Occupy Wall Street demonstration in front of city hall, October 18, 2011:

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Demand the Supply

You’d think if there was a demand for a product, someone would produce it.  Not so when it comes to pickup trucks. Without fail, every auto mechanic who works on my 1993 half-ton Toyota pickup offers to buy it.  When … Continue reading

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