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Alameda City Council took several steps in late 2017 to permit a limited umber of cannabis businesses in the city. The Council voted to allow four categories of cannabis business in the near future: one cultivation nursery, four manufacturers, two testing laboratories, and two medicinal dispensaries. Due to the limited number of permits, City Council…

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Save Cash with AMP’s Energy Plus Program! Would you like to save cash and get better lighting at your business? Alameda Municipal Power’s Energy Plus program offers substantial rebates to local businesses for interior and exterior lighting and refrigeration upgrades. AMP does most of the work, making your energy upgrades easier than ever. You’ll come…

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Gride of Guidelines for Alameda on disposable food service ware

The grid below are the food ware guidelines for Alameda. Alameda restaurants will be using reusable items (40 are signed up so far with ReThink Disposable) or compostable fiber-based items (think paper straws, wooden forks, pizza boxes, paper clamshells, paper cups). Go Alameda! Stop the Trash that Pollutes Our Waterways Clean Water Action is taking-on…

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It is with a heavy heart that we announce the cancellation of the 2018 Alameda Point Concours d’Elegance. Due to circumstances beyond our control the fantastic field at Alameda Point will not be available for our event this year. Efforts have been made to find an alternative location, but have proved fruitless. We’d like to…

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Alameda Mini Maker Faire - July 8 2018

Call for Makers Closes April 30 for Inaugural Alameda Mini Maker Faire Maker Faire is coming to Alameda! The first Alameda Mini Maker Faire is scheduled for Sunday, July 8, 2018 near Building 8 at Alameda Point. This is a free event that is open to the public. A Call for Makers, Performers, and Crafters…

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The City Council has taken a key step toward allowing Alameda Point Partners, the team of developers working to build housing and commercial space at the former U.S. Navy base, to continue moving forward with their $500 million project. On Tuesday, the council amended its agreement with the team to remove a provision that would…

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Underground Utilities Coming to Webster by Alameda Municipal Power

Want to learn more about the city’s program to move overhead utility lines underground? Come on out to Alameda Municipal Power’s (AMP) town hall meeting on Feb. 28 for an update on the undergrounding program. Recommendations In the coming months, the technical advisory committee for the undergrounding program is planning to recommend that the Alameda…

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