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Alameda Journal letters to the editor

With the switch to once-weekly, there wasn’t enough room in last Friday’s print edition of the Alameda Journal for all the letters to the editor. But you can find them online here. The letters include a note from Dianne Richmond, the president of the Alameda Association of Realtors—written in opposition to Measure P. There are submissions both for and against Proposition 8, which would amend the state constitution to make marriage between people of the same gender illegal. And you can also find two letters in support of Ron Mooney‘s candidacy for school board. For more on endorsements, Lauren Do has a nice election roundup page here.

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  • Mark Irons

    confirmed why I didn’t get a paper last Tuesday or this a.m. Is that the end of your column?

  • evep

    HI, Mark. As of last week, the Alameda Journal has gone weekly. My column will now run on Friday. You can find me inside the paper every other week. Here’s a link to the most recent column: http://www.mercurynews.com/alamedacounty/ci_10858732

  • http://www.xlagger.com/garbage Hans Siebert

    I walked on the beach today (06/22/2011) and found it to be in disgusting condition. In the span between where Park Street ends and the post office is adjacent, there was nothing but garbage all over the dunes. I did not want to venture any further. You can see what I mean by looking at my pictures, which are shown here:

    http://www.xlagger.com/garbage

    Alameda and its beach does not need further blemish on its reputation. Something must be done, soon!