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Weekly Newsletter • April 8, 2022

Hi <<First Name>>,

Welcome to this week’s issue of the Alameda Post newsletter! We have several new contributors to welcome this week: Alana Dill covers arts and culture, Liz Barrett writes about our community, and Mouf the dog shares his stories via his human companion, Jeff Cambra.

This week’s articles include planning for Lincoln Corridor improvements, Alameda Point harbor seals, the story behind Sterling Avenue, Island Community Market, new automated license plate reader policy, and more. Also featured is the latest installment of retired firefighter Dave LeMoine’s memories of growing up in Alameda and becoming an Alameda firefighter.

If you haven’t already filled out our Alameda News survey at https://forms.gle/euSkoxSuZypoiek8A, we would really appreciate it if you could take five minutes to tell us what kind of coverage you want from the Alameda Post.

Memories of Bay Farm Island

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 will be posted every Friday.

City of Alameda Announces 2022 Fair Housing Workshop

Please join the Alameda City Attorney’s office in its second annual Fair Housing workshop. Topics will include:

  • Evictions

  • Fair Housing laws

  • Rent control

  • Current laws relating to COVID-19, rent and moratoriums

The workshop will be held over Zoom April 19, 2022, from 9 a.m. to 12 p.m. Everyone is welcome, especially landlords, tenants, and property owners.

Speakers include representatives from the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development, ECHO Fair Housing, Santa Monica City Attorney’s Office, Alameda Rent Program, Alameda City Attorney’s Office, Western Center on Law and Poverty, and Bay Area Legal Aid.

To RSVP, please email cityprosecutor@alamedacityattorney.org.

If you have any questions, suggestions, or feedback, please reply to this email, and I will be happy to respond.

Thank you again for supporting independent Alameda news!

Sincerely,

Adam Gillitt
Publisher, Alameda Post