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Injured Pedestrian Identified as Longtime Pixar Employee

August 23, 2019 | 3 Comments

Wednesday evenings for James Andereggen and his two daughters, Kaylee and Lauren, have always been reserved for family dinners. This past Wednesday on Aug. 21, the plan was to grab...

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Crime & Public Safety

Wednesday evenings for James Andereggen and his two daughters, Kaylee and Lauren, have always been reserved for family dinners. This past Wednesday on Aug. 21, the plan was to grab Chipotle together. The 43-year-old Pixar...

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Food & Drink

Minnie Bell’s Soul Movement proprietor Fernay McPherson announced the official signing of a multi-year lease at a new Public Market stall recently. She hinted previously of her desire to stay put after the success of...

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Local Businesses

Back at the May 29th City Council meeting, our council approved an ordinance by a 3-2 vote that slowed the annual minimum wage increase schedule for small, independent food service businesses. The decision was informed...

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Real Estate

In our June, 2019 Emeryville Real Estate Report, we profile three City of Emeryville Below Market Rate (BMR) units that have recently hit the market. Meanwhile, a local news source is reporting that home sales...

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Development

The Planning Commission had a full agenda at their July meeting. Highlights included an initial study session to discuss the removing of minimum parking requirements for new buildings. They also held a study session to...

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Arts & Culture

For the past twenty-nine summers, the Golden Gate Branch Library on San Pablo Avenue has been host to the “Jazz on Sunday” series featuring live jazz on eight separate weekends. 94-year-old Oakland native Josephine Lee...

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Local Government

The City of Emeryville held three council meeting during the month of May. Among the highlights that emerged from these meetings were discussions of the 2019/20 Budget, our Capital Improvement Program and a Minimum Wage...

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Community Voices & Interviews

The eviction notices came during the night, left in mailboxes, and tied to boats in plastic bags. For many at the Emeryville Marina, the wave of evictions were a surprise. While some within the boating...

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