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Alameda

(ăləmē`də, –mā`də), city (1990 pop. 76,459), Alameda co., W central Calif., on an island just off the eastern shore of San Francisco Bay; settled 1850, inc. as a city 1884. Industries include printing and publishing, electronics, plastic products, food, consumer goods, and machinery. It is primarily residential and has excellent beaches, parks, and leisure-boating facilities. The former Alameda Naval Air Station has been partially redeveloped. An important Coast Guard base is also there. The city is connected with Oakland, Calif., on the mainland by bridges and tunnels.

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As a longtime Alamedan and an advocate for working men and women, I can say that this project has everything that we need to move our community forward and turn a liability into an opportunity," said Andrew Slivka with the Alameda County Carpenters Union.
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According to the report, Alameda County benefits from a strong network of federally- and state-funded health care provider organizations that have missions to serve the uninsured, people on Medi-Cal, and low-income people.
The ENA for the Alameda property comes after a 60-day due diligence period that followed the ARRA Board's selection of SunCal as master developer on May 8.
I did it for the children to see their footprints up here,'' said Alameda, 32, a medical records clerk, who has medallions of her two children, a niece and nephew on the wall.
To keep the public fully informed about the negotiations with the City of Alameda, SCC Alameda Point LLC has posted a variety of Alameda Point documents to its project Web site, www.
Amy Freilich, senior vice president of land use, acquisitions and entitlements for SunCal Companies, said, "We're looking forward to working with the ARRA board, staff and the community to achieve a common vision for Alameda Point.
Regardless of the expected outcome, the developer expressed gratitude for supporters' much-appreciated effort on behalf of the future of Alameda in a correspondence issued today by David Soyka, Vice President, Public Affairs.
Thursday, April 25, at the Alameda County Kennedy Community Center,
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Performing live on the Historic Alameda Theatre stage the Pack impersonators will swoon for an adoring audience accompanied by the magnificent 17-piece Starduster Orchestra.
Ibarra, Chief Operating Officer, Alameda Alliance for Health.

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