Category Archives: Economic Development

Trader Woes Comes to Alameda Point

Many decisions are based on trade-offs, and choosing the path for developing Alameda Point is no different. The “Community Benefits” page in the city’s “Going Forward” workbook caught my attention.  It asks us whether we would be willing to build more … Continue reading

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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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