Category Archives: Save Alameda’s Working Waterfront

ACT is assisting Save Alameda’s Working Waterfront (SAWW) to keep 84 businesses, with roughly 250 jobs, located at the Alameda Marina.

Much of that business is maritime, an historic Alameda industry that presently keeps water access affordable to middle class families.

In 2012, the City of Alameda identified the Marina as property available to build housing. As a result, the Marina businesses and employees may be forced to leave.

Who’s interested in the Marina, and how you can help save it

While Bay West works on their Environmental Impact Report (EIR), SAWW has been busy working with city government and local sailors to get our message to as many potential supporters as we can. Some of the actions we are taking … Continue reading

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January 25, 2017: ACT 1st Quarterly Meeting

HOW CAN WE AFFECT THE FUTURE OF ALAMEDA? (Traffic, Open Space, Affordable Housing) Plan to attend this important meeting. . . . . . Alameda Citizens Task Force Quarterly Meeting Wednesday, January 25, 7 – 9 PM Alameda Hospital, 2070 … Continue reading

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ACT supports SAWW action to keep businesses and jobs at Alameda Marina

Alameda Marina is located on the Northern Waterfront, along Clement Avenue between Union Street and Willow Street. The Marina has three major functions that are important to Alameda’s future. The Marina is the home of 84 businesses employing approximately 250 … Continue reading

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Member meeting, May 2016: Alameda Marina

May 18, 2016 Speakers on their Visions for the Alameda Marina Frank Matarrese, Alameda’s Vice Mayor, and Nancy Hird, representing SAWW (Save Alameda’s Working Waterfront) How can we help Frank accomplish his goals: In MX-zoned sites, commercial activity should be … Continue reading

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