In today’s alert, we’ve got a study session on some proposed Clement Avenue townhomes, forward movement on Fire Station 3 and a discussion on the city’s density bonus ordinance.
In today’s alert, we’ve got details on plans for shops and townhomes in an old Oak Street warehouse, a planning extension for Mapes Ranch and the latest news about Alameda Point.
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Alameda Unified's suspension and expulsion rates declined last year, newly released state data show, though rates for African American and Latino students remained disproportionately high. District leaders attributed the drop to more supportive disciplinary interventions.
A Southern California developer wants to replace an Oak Street warehouse with condominiums and small shops. The Planning Board will weigh in on whether to review the plan on Monday.
Newport Beach-based City Ventures is proposing 32 townhome-style condominiums; 5,600 square feet of commercial space broken up into 10 shops that could incubate small businesses; and a 2,000-square-foot commercial or community building at 1835 Oak Street. The 2.58-acre site, which housed a glass manufacturing business until 2012, sits between Clement Street and Buena Vista Avenue about a block from Park Street.