Weekly Newsletter • May 20, 2022

Hi <<First Name>>,

Welcome to this week’s issue of the Alameda Post newsletter, our lucky 13th edition!

This week’s articles include Karin K. Jensen on Alameda’s pilot plan for Guaranteed Basic Income, Richard Bangert reports on terns at Alameda Point, Alanna Dill tells about Karen Roze’s paintings at the Inkblot Gallery, Liz Barrett previews the new Island Savoy Market and more. Also, this week’s installment of retired firefighter Dave LeMoine’s memories covers the tragic Navy jet crash into the Tahoe Apartments on Central Avenue in 1973.

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Memories of Bay Farm Island and the AFD

Retired Alameda firefighter Dave LeMoine grew up on Bay Farm Island in the 40’s and 50’s, before he joined the Alameda Fire Department in the 60’s. He has shared his memories with the Post to serialize. New installments are posted every Friday.

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Publisher, Alameda Post