Photo from the car2go website.
Alamedans who don’t own cars will soon have another option for driving around and off the Island, and parking will be included.
Alameda’s Transportation Commission voted unanimously to recommend that the City Council approve a point-to-point car sharing policy that allows car share company car2go to begin offering service on the Island. Council approval will expand car share options in Alameda, define the rules for additional car share companies who want to do business here, and provide an opportunity for one-way car share trips.
The City Council meets at 7 p.m. Wednesday, April 1 in council chambers on the third floor of City Hall, 2263 Santa Clara Avenue.
Welcome to this week’s edition of The Broad Brush, your 60-second week in review. Here are your Alameda headlines for the week.
If you’ve been wanting to become a Bay Area coffee connoisseur, Indie Coffee Passport East Bay can get you on your way, and a few Alameda cafes – Beanery, Wescafe and Beulah’s Bean Truck – are among the 22 cafes participating.
Do you like to run up and down steep hills? Then have I got a run for you!
Development of Site A (or any portion of Alameda Point) can’t proceed unless four of the council’s five members agree to move forward. So if two council members have already said they oppose building homes at Alameda Point, what are the chances that the development will move forward?
As we observe Wound Care Awareness Week, it’s important to recognize that chronic wounds are a burden that touches 6.5 million people in the United States. Chronic wounds are wounds that do not heal in a timely manner and risk infection up to and including sepsis, amputation or even death.
Alamedans who drive – and park – in Alameda will soon be free to leave their bags of change at home.
The city is set to replace all 822 of its analog parking meters with digital meters that accept both change and credit cards. The new meters could be in place by the end of June.
Missed a week of Dave LeMoine’s fabulous serial blog, Growing Up in Alameda? To commemorate the publication of his popular series, we’ve assembled links to each part right here in one post.
The Encinal Jets – and the Junior Jets – are about to become one big, happy family.
Tonight, the school board will consider whether to combine Encinal High School and the Junior Jets middle school program on the Encinal campus into a single school. If the board grants its okay, the new school will be called Encinal Junior/Senior High School.
Nothing quite focuses the attention like a toothache. Invisible to others, it comes to dominate one's life with its single-minded insistence on being attended to.