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Check Out Documentary “Girl Rising” at Emery Bay

April 28, 2013

Let’s go to the movies! Girl Rising:  Stories of 9 young girls from developing countries overcoming great obstacles to obtain an education and change their fates. Now playing at UA Emery Bay Stadium 10, 6330 Christie Avenue, Emeryville. If you enjoy films or documentaries without car chases, explosions, or Dolby sound so loud

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‘Residents United for a Livable Emeryville’ Thanks Local Businesses for Support!

April 27, 2013
‘Residents United for a Livable Emeryville’ Thanks Local Businesses for Support!

Residents United for a Livable Emeryville (RULE) wishes to thank and acknowledge our local businesses and professionals who so generously donated their goods and services for our first annual free raffle at Emeryville’s 2013 Earth Day last Saturday (April 20). Dr. Parissa Peymani, Emeryville Chiropractic, 5858  Horton St., Ste. 155, Emeryville Eric Pascuale,  Cafe

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City partners with Clean Water Program for Bag Give Away at Pak ‘N Save

February 24, 2013
City partners with Clean Water Program for Bag Give Away at Pak ‘N Save

The Alameda County Waste Management Authority’s single-use plastic bag ban went into effect on January 1, 2013.  In response, the Clean Water Program ( provided stylish reusable bags for give-away events staged all around the County over the past couple weeks. At the Emeryville Pak N Save, the Friday before the Super Bowl, 230 of these

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Letter to the Editor: New City Manager Must Live in Town; Pay More Than Lip Service to Needs of Residents

February 4, 2013

To the Editor (Re: Help the City Council Hire the Best City Manager, Jan. 30, 2013): For very understandable (and even laudable) reasons, the path Emeryville is on, has gotten out of balance. In the 1980′s and 1990′s, the town’s obvious and desperate need to renew itself (including the need for revenue to do this job), led

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Help the City Council Hire the Best City Manager – Fill Out the Resident Online Survey!

January 30, 2013
The survey on the new City Manager is posted! Take 10 minutes to fill it out and help the City Council select the best candidate. The city’s future depends on it! Click here to go to the survey (the link to the survey is on the homepage of the City of Emeryville website).
The City Council expects to consider finalists in March and appoint a new City Manager by April. The current City Manager, Patrick O’Keeffe, is leaving April 19.
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  • Onni Withdraws Big Residential Project: Labor Issues Cited August 2, 2020
    Bad Labor Relations Cited in Onni Project DemiseEmeryville’s planning director announced on Thursday that Onni, the corporate developer of a 54 story 650 foot residential tower proposed for Christie Avenue has withdrawn their application to build after refusing to pay fees associated with the project.  Facing an aroused and generally displeased resident comm […]