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E-Ville School Superintendent Says No Room on June 11 Meeting Agenda to Discuss Anna Yates

June 6, 2012
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E-Ville School Superintendent Says No Room on June 11 Meeting Agenda to Discuss Anna Yates

Emeryville School Superintendent Debbra Lindo Emeryville’s School Superintendent told residents concerned about the planned closing of Anna Yates that there is no time to discuss the issue at the June 11 School Board meeting. In an email to Brian Carver and other residents opposed to the eventual move of Anna Yates students to a new campus,  Superintendent

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Citizens Lobby to Save Anna Yates, Say They’re Frustrated by School Officials’ Silence

June 5, 2012
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Citizens Lobby to Save Anna Yates, Say They’re Frustrated by School Officials’ Silence

Anna Yates Elementary School, 43rd and Adeline, Emeryville. Photo and artwork by Vickie Jo Sowell Emeryville citizens upset over the planned closing of Anna Yates Elementary School say their repeated attempts to engage school district officials have fallen on deaf ears. The group of citizens has received no response to its May 23 request to be placed

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Over Its Dead Body: Oakland Says “No” to Emeryville Crematorium

June 2, 2012
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Over Its Dead Body: Oakland Says “No” to Emeryville Crematorium

Reprinted from the Oakland Tribune/Inside Bay Area Oakland turns cold shoulder to embattled crematory By Matthew Artz Oakland Tribune Posted:   05/22/2012 02:25:44 PM PDT Crematory opponent Ronnesha Cato of Oakland, Calif. poses with 21-month-old daughter Zwena OAKLAND — For just a few hours on May 10, one of the state’s busiest crematories was moving to East Oakland. That’s how little

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Mayor Jennifer West To Speak Tonight on State of the City

May 31, 2012
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Mayor Jennifer West To Speak Tonight on State of the City

(Reprinted from the E-ville Eye Community Blog) As part of Mayor Jennifer West’s community outreach program, she will be visiting and sharing her “State of the City” report at the Emeryville Warehouse lofts 7 pm tonight (Thursday, May 31). Also in attendance will be city manager Patrick O’Keeffe. Come hear about what’s happening in our

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Emeryville Center of Community Life (ECCL) On Chopping Block

May 28, 2012
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Emeryville Center of Community Life (ECCL) On Chopping Block

State Has No Obligation to Fund ECCL; Attorney for Emeryville’s Oversight Board Says Agreement is Void Two Days Too Late An agreement by the state to pay $21 million in redevelopment money toward the Emeryville Center of Community Life (ECCL) does not constitute an enforceable contract and the city should withdraw its request

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To the Editor: Emeryville Can be Creative, Smart in Using Staff, Saving Money. And Don’t Forget the Arts.

May 23, 2012
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To the Editor: Emeryville Can be Creative, Smart in Using Staff, Saving Money. And Don’t Forget the Arts.

Re: “The City’s Financial Future” (May 8, 2012) (City Council Special Meeting to Discuss the Budget 5:30 pm Today, Emeryville City Hall) When I look at the staff cuts, I only see people in the front lines getting cut. Why does the city need a Director of Redevelopment at $180,000 a year when there won’t be a

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Emeryville and Oakland Celebrate Bike-to-Work Day!

May 10, 2012
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Emeryville and Oakland Celebrate Bike-to-Work Day!

At the bike station at 40th and San Pablo in Emeryville are (from left) Ryan Stahlman and Svante Rodegard, members of Emeryville's Bicycle and Pedestrian Advisory Committee (BPAC), and Joe Melancon, an employee of the city's Recreation Department. Bike-to-Work

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Former City Councilman Ken Bukowski Urges Council to Support Program for Poor

April 19, 2012
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Former City Councilman Ken Bukowski Urges Council to Support Program for Poor

Bukowski sends letter to City Council members urging their support of $50,000 needed to save ECAP Ken Bukowski is seeking the Council’s support of a $50,000 allocation from the city’s General Fund to maintain the distribution of food and clothing by Emeryville Community Action Program (ECAP), located at 3610 San Pablo Ave. ECAP has

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Emeryville Mayor Jennifer West – State of the City Address TONIGHT

February 7, 2012
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Emeryville Mayor Jennifer West – State of the City Address TONIGHT

  Mayor Jennifer West Mayor West’s State of the City Address 7:15 pm tonight, City Hall (City Manager, Patrick O’Keeffe, will also speak.) For those who can’t attend tonight’s meeting, the address will be televised (find the link on the city website) or on Emeryville TV, channel 27. As with all city council meetings, it will

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Attention Emeryville Seniors!

January 26, 2012
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Emeryville property owners 65 and older are exempt from the school parcel tax (Measure A) approved by voters in November 2007. The property must be the owners’ principal place of residence. To receive a Senior Exemption request form, contact: Superintendent of Schools Emery Unified School District 4727 San Pablo Avenue Emeryville, California 94608 Telephone:  (510) 601-4906 For tax year 2012, this request form

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