City launches newest Point website
Not much to talk about on the school board front (tonight they’ll tackle school discipline and safety, some contracts for services for the Academy of Alameda Middle School and more layoff warnings), so I thought I’d take a minute to let you know that there is yet another website out there chronicling the Alameda Point development drama.
As promised, the city has entered the electronic fray, with its newly issued City of Alameda SunCal Updates website. This one’s got updates on the city’s negotiating meetings with SunCal and document releases (last week they added a fiscal analysis of the Point and their version of the list of “predevelopment costs” that SunCal released a few weeks ago, which includes dollar amounts), a timeline of what’s happened to date and a list of upcoming meetings.
So the list to date includes the city’s original Point site and their new one, SunCal’s original Point site, SunCal’s new Point site and blog, the Alameda Point Info site and I’m sure I’m missing a few (which you can feel free to point out, pardon the pun, in the comment section below).
In the meantime, the Navy, regulators and others are set to offer a presentation on cleanup efforts at the Point to date. That’s set for 7:30 p.m. May 6 at Mastick Senior Center, 1155 Santa Clara Avenue (you can get more details by clicking their nifty ad to the right).
Oh, and while we’re talking about transparency and disclosure, the Sunshine Task Force is meeting at 7 p.m. today in the Stafford Meeting Room of the Alameda Free Library, 1550 Oak Street. Agenda is here.