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More Citizens Voice Opposition to Closing of Anna Yates

June 9, 2012
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More Citizens Voice Opposition to Closing of Anna Yates

More than 50 people sign Change.org petition to save Anna Yates Elementary School; Seek more information about school operating and construction costs The number of signatures is growing on a Change. org petition opposing the School Board’s plan to eventually close Anna Yates and combine both elementary and high school students on the campus

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City Council Votes to Cut Community Preservation and Arts Staff

June 9, 2012
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City Council Votes to Cut Community Preservation and Arts Staff

The City Council made key budget decisions at its June 5 meeting last week. The basic budget package developed in the three May workshops changed little, but the variations that did emerge are worth a look. They center on staff cuts, funding for Capital Improvement Projects, and two low budget but useful programs/projects. Staffing cuts

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Red Baron Sculptures Returning to E-Ville Marina

June 8, 2012
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Red Baron Sculptures Returning to E-Ville Marina

Installation this Saturday from 1-3 pm. Volunteers welcome! By Damin Esper Correspondent Posted:   06/07/2012 10:04:43 AM PDT Tyler Hoare talks about the airplane sculptures he has been creating since the 1970′s at his home in Berkeley, Calif. on Wednesday, June 6, 2012. The latest incarnation of the iconic Red Baron and Sopwith Camel

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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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Children Matter: Much Needed Improvements Coming to Emeryville Child Development Center

June 3, 2012
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Children Matter: Much Needed Improvements Coming to Emeryville Child Development Center

Photo by Anissa Thompson For nearly two years, an advisory committee has been working with the city to develop and strengthen the program of the Emeryville Child Development Center (ECDC). A consultancy group skilled in early education was recently hired to assess the Center’s work, and the results (available on ECDC website) showed need for

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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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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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The City’s Financial Future

May 8, 2012
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The City’s Financial Future

Emeryville City Hall Emeryville’s Financial Advisory Committee met on April 23 and tackled a draft of the city’s proposed budget for the next two years.  The 245-page document is a rough map of how the city will earn its living and pay its bills. It starts a budget process we citizens should watch carefully, and it

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