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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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Meet the Candidates 2011

October 26, 2011
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Meet the Candidates For Emeryville City Council The information below is based on personal interviews with the candidates and is either quoted directly or paraphrased (in the first person), with the exception of information in parentheses. JACQUELINE (Jac) ASHER (Interviewed by Brian Donahue) Age 40,  married with two children (one enrolled in the Emeryville Child Development Center and

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Bigger, and Better, Emeryville Finance Committee

September 12, 2011
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I recently attended my first meeting of the Finance Committee as a resident member and came away with positive impressions.  The Committee now has an expanded cadre: two city councilors, two business representatives, and two resident members.  By the time we next meet, a representative of the labor community in Emeryville

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Hostages Held Overnight in Botched Office Depot Robbery

September 10, 2011
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Hostages Held Overnight in Botched Office Depot Robbery

Officers surround an office depot store in Emeryville after reports of a gunman inside. (CBS) OAKLAND (CBS 5) – A suspect who held hostages overnight at an Emeryville office supply store in a botched attempt to rob the store was taken into custody Saturday morning, an Oakland police officer said. After police reviewed surveillance video from the

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Shirley Enomoto Quits Measure J Oversight Committee

September 8, 2011
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Shirley Enomoto Quits Measure J Oversight Committee

  Artist's rendering of new Emeryville Center for Community Life Enomoto Questions Committee’s Role and Responsibility for Future Emeryville Center for Community Life (ECCL) Long-time Emeryville resident Shirley Enomoto said she had complained for months that the Measure J Citizen Oversight Committee (COC) lacked a clearly defined role and appeared to have little or no power, or

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Comments from Our Readers: While Sherwin Williams Denied Extended Hours, Residents Should Still Demand Results from Dust Testing

September 8, 2011
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At the City Hall meeting (Tues Sept 6), I raised the issue of the dust with high lead content during the public comment period. Surprisingly enough, no local residents came to raise this issue. A rep from the artists’ co-op was the only other public commenter, and she said that most of the people who

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City Council Meeting Sept. 6: Sherwin Williams’ Request for Extended Work Hours

September 1, 2011
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City Council Meeting Sept. 6: Sherwin Williams’ Request for Extended Work Hours

The Emeryville City Council will consider Sherwin Williams’ request to extend its work hours at the Horton and 45th streets clean-up site to include A 12-foot-high wall from just north of 45th Street to the Novartis parking lot, contains the clean-up operation, shielding it from public view. Sherwin Williams had solicited the community for Haiku celebrating

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Is It Safe?

August 27, 2011
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Is It Safe?

Sherwin Williams asks for extended work hours (evenings, Saturdays), while refusing repeated requests for testing Bulldozers generating dust during clean-up of Sherwin Williams property Sherwin Williams has spent the past 45 days cleaning up the mess it made during its heyday dacades ago, when it was busy “covering the world.” And it’s quite a mess. More than

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Emeryville City Council Race: Here’s Who’s Running

August 17, 2011
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Emeryville City Council Race: Here’s Who’s Running

It’s official. Here are the candidates running for three City Council seats in November. Election Day is Nov. 8. Don’t forget to vote! More information on each candidate will be coming soon in The Secret News.         (From left: Jacqueline Asher, incumbents Nora Davis, Ken Bukowski, and Ruth Atkin, and Michael Webber). (Click on the photos, or the

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Berkeley, Emeryville pull out stops for lab campus

August 10, 2011
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by Doug Oakley Contra Costa Times August 9, 2011 Berkeley and Emeryville officials wooed representatives from Lawrence Berkeley Laboratory on Monday, in hopes the institution will choose their cities to build a second campus for 800 scientists. The meeting in Emeryville was the last of six held over the past three weeks that included Oakland, Richmond and Albany

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