By Janet Levaux
Wednesday, October 28th, 2009 at 10:00 pm in Uncategorized.
While Mayor Beverly Johnson and the Alameda Chamber of Commerce have issued written statements explaining their lack of support for SunCal’s Alameda Point Revitalization Initiative, one resident is having a bit more fun with his criticism of the plans.
Alameda resident David Howard, a member of Action Alameda, is handing out “scary” SunCal-themed tricks and treats.
Howard calls the plans a “Frankenstein initiative,” and has printed candies with the names of “some of SunCal’s more than two-dozen bankrupt California projects,” he says.
According to Howard, the trick bags represent SunCal’s “empty promises for traffic mitigation, a sports complex and a levee to protect their development against projected sea-level rise at the site.”
Howard plans to be at the Webster Street Farmer’s Market at noon this Saturday to pass out some of the treats.
It will be interesting to see if SunCal plans a counter “trick-or-treat” demonstration – and how the various parties are costumed for Halloween.