A weekly ten-minute roundup of news and information for the city of Alameda, CA. Hosted by Scott Piehler. Visit AlamedaPost.com/podcast for more!
In Episode 39, Scott covers Dignity Village, the new district attorney sets up a review of the Mario Gonzalez case, car thefts are on the rise, a local photographer is honored by the Audubon Society, tips for helping with college tuition, more microbusiness grants are available, and the Post is pleased to add a resource that will help you make sense of California policies and politics. These stories and more, plus a busy weekend ...
In Episode 38, Scott discusses the Alameda Unified School District getting an earful from parents as a potential closure of Bay Farm Middle School looms, your rights as a renter if your apartment was flooded, the waste stream and how to reduce it, congratulations to the Lincoln Middle School Lions, Altarena Playhouse serves up some laughs, Open-air opera coming to Alameda Point, The Post's walking history tours return, and a ...
In episode 37, Scott discusses City Council's endorsement of building electrification, unnecessary destruction of Alameda Point wetlands, record rains brought by recent storms, Alameda's new City Manager, Jennifer Ott, teen band Bullfight rocks the East Bay, and the former Raiders facility is headed to auction. All this, events, and more this week in the Alameda PostCast.Support the show
In episode 36, there's been lots of rain so far with more to come, three distinguished schools in Alameda, kudos to a local mother for her nonprofit music project, the city is hiring a new Assistant City Manager, progress with the Clement/Tilden project, a call for help from the local warming shelter, and the bald eagles are staying and nesting in Alameda. Plus, a big honor for the PostCast! All this, events, and more this week...
This week, Scott’s topics include all the rains and high winds that caused a state of emergency; City Council approves a Community Block Grants Needs statement, their new meeting schedule, and mosquito abatement; how you can help the local ecosystem; some love for the local dining scene; and a look back at 2022. All this and more in episode 35 of the Alameda PostCast!Support the show
In the last PostCast of the year, Scott's topics include: City Council approves the Active Transportation Plan, heavy rains lead to a flood watch, new laws take effect in 2023, New Year's Eve events, a look back at the news of 2022, and a big thank you! All this and more in episode 34.
This week, Scott's topics include the city's winter warming shelter, Mayor and Councilmembers sworn in, a missing Alameda woman, local earthquake warnings, where to get a PCR COVID test, and seals at Alameda Point. All this and more, including upcoming events in this week's Alameda PostCast.Support the show
This week, Scott covers plans for the former Penzoil site on Grand St, charges in the Alameda High intruder case, a charitable beginning to Hanukkah, the recent spike in airplane noise, another round of free Covid tests, and the Post celebrates our first anniversary.
All this and upcoming events in this week's Alameda PostCast.
This week, Scott’s topics include security concerns at local high schools, Jennifer Ott formally appointed as City Manager, more about the floating homes at Barnhill Marina, Alameda Civic Ballet performs the Nutcracker, free parking for holiday shopping, and more. All this plus holiday events!Support the show
This week we are back to our regular format. Scott’s topics include repaving and roadwork, new affordable housing available, Alameda welcomes a familiar face as City Manager, AHS graffiti leads to discussions, new electric and hybrid vehicles, Alameda Meals on Wheels, and lots of holiday events. All this plus weekend events and more!Support the show
This week for Thanksgiving, Scott brought the bird. Two birds, in fact. Meet Brice, the cartoonist behind Two Birds From Alameda. His work appears in the Alameda Post and on Instagram, and you can sign up on his site to get his cartoons a day early.
We'll be back next week with our regular news format. We hope you had a happy Thanksgiving!
This week, Scott's topics include local election results, City Council voted 3-2 to approve the Housing Element, Planning Board approved a seven-story high rise at Alameda Point, science comes to the rescue at Alameda Point, and meet Two Birds from Alameda. All this plus weekend events and more!Support the show
This week, Scott's topics include Alameda election results to date, Veterans Day celebrations, several ways to help the homeless, and Radium Girls staged at AHS. Also, Scott highlights the Post's new Automotive section and the debut of the Ask Alina advice column. All this plus weekend events and more!Support the show
This week, Scott's topics include new oversight for the Alameda Police Department, the Grand St. plan was approved, names for new Alameda parks, improvements to the Lincoln Ave. / Marshall Way / Pacific Ave. corridor, vote on Election Day this Tuesday, and don't forget to set your clocks back this weekend. All this plus weekend events and more!Support the show
This week, Scott's makes a quick stop in Grovers Mill, NJ, before celebrating Halloween in Alameda. Then he discusses the Alameda Housing Authority — which was honored twice, how Radium Runway is off to a great start, the Paulinos' 17th annual coat drive, and more, including other local weekend events.Support the show
This week, Scott's topics include COVID rent protections coming to an end, City Council approves a new aquatic center, bivalent vaccines available, Alameda Post’s candidate forums, how to get free internet, a batwing flyby of upcoming spooky season, and more, including other local weekend events.Support the show
Alameda news and information with host Scott Piehler for the week ending October 14, 2022.
This week, Scott covers the Planning Board and the draft Active Transportation Plan, the Clement Avenue / Tilden Way plan, our upcoming Candidate Forum and our voter's guide, shorebirds, his recipe for homemade blood, and more, including other local weekend events.
Alameda news and information with host Scott Piehler for the week ending October 7, 2022.
This week, Scott covers City Council's changes to the Grand Street bike plan, multiple arrests by Alameda Police, Alameda's League of Women Voters analyzes Measures E and F, a profile of local comedian Nina G., this weekend's Pride festivities, and more, including other local weekend events.
Alameda news and information with host Scott Piehler for the week ending September 30, 2022.
This week, Scott covers new protections for floating home owners, the Planning Board approves the Draft Housing Element, tube closures throughout October, strife at Corica Park, just one week to go before Alameda's first Pride celebration, and more, including upcoming local weekend events.
Alameda news and information with host Scott Piehler for the week ending September 23, 2022.
This week, Scott covers license plate readers implemented in 14 locations, candidate forums begin, emergency sewer repairs on Buena Vista Avenue, free ferry rides, the 67th Alameda Island bowl, and more, including upcoming local weekend events.
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