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An ABC license was recently filed for a “small beer manufacturer” at a vacant warehouse space on 65th Street (between Los Moles and Yuzu Ramen). “Wondrous Brewing Company” is a an effort by Head Brewer...

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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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The May, 2019 Emeryville Crime Report saw 210 total crimes reported for the month (up slightly from the 206 reported in April). Among the crimes spotlighted for the month was the report of an Emeryville...

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The City of Oakland will open its latest “cabin community” site on a Caltrans owned parcel along Mandela Parkway next week. The site will also include a space for homeless RV dwellers. The pilot “Tuff...

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The Alameda County Fire Department announced the sudden passing of one their own on Sunday. 14 year veteran Eric Mikel passed away while off duty last Monday, June 24th in Richmond. He was 48 years old. “Alameda County...

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Helicopters hovered over the Emeryville triangle neighborhood this morning and black smoke could be seen pluming from the area of 47th between Adeline and San Pablo Avenue. An Alameda County Fire unit and a second...

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A shootout at a Oakland Longfellow neighborhood gas station shut down several streets in the area late Tuesday afternoon around 4:15 p.m.. Reports of upwards of twenty police vehicles descended on the area on West Street...

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Emeryville Civic Center is once again proudly flying the pride flag for the month as we have for years. Additionally, the city is flying a second, less familiar flag consisting of a horizontal white stripe...

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After the second blaze at the 3800 San Pablo development in less than a year, famed East Bay developer Rick Holliday waited for the shock to dissipate, rolled up his sleeves, and got back to work....

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A trio of stories from around the web with a focus on the area of our city bordering West Oakland. Community Foods Market, in the planning stage since 2010, finally opened to the West Oakland...

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Chris Edwards, the artist behind the popular Ghost Ship Memorial docked in Emery Bay, has passed away at the age of 32. “He passed peacefully in Hawaii,” noted his mother Sue Perkins in a communication...

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The City of Emeryville’s experimental protected bike lanes on Horton street caused a stir recently when the post office ceased delivery to the Terraces housing complex. The mail carrier had apparently been in the practice...

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The City of Emeryville held two council meeting during the month of April. Among the highlights that emerged from these meetings were our city’s 2019-2020 Fiscal Budget and projected revenue forecast for the coming years....

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The April 2019 Emeryville Crime Report saw 206 total crimes reported for the month (down sharply from the 245 ‘spike’ reported in March). Property crime remain on a +21% trajectory from last year and violent crimes are on...

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WeWork “soft-launched” their Emeryville office at the Emeryville Towers complex last month. They stepped in to take over the space from Regus, a competitor, who attempted a coworking office about two years ago. WeWork has rapidly expanded in...

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A few aggregated business stories from around the web relevant to Emeryville residents including Pirates Press, Hyatt Place Hotel, Petit Pot and Ford GoBike. French Dessert Company Petit Pot has picked Emeryville to expand their...

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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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Representatives from the Mills College Lokey School presented data from its recent ‘business conditions’ survey to our City Council on Tuesday. The study confirmed what restaurant owners warned when the ordinance was hastily passed in...

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The City of Emeryville held two council meeting during the month of March. Among the highlights that emerged from these meetings were our council pursuing the elimination of off-street parking minimums and the regulation of...

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A fire broke out in the storage area of The Emeryville Home Depot on Saturday evening about 7 p.m.. Black plumes of smoke could be seen billowing from the area for miles. The segment of...

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The March 2019 Emeryville Crime Report saw 245 total crimes reported for the month (up from the 238 reported in February). The report lists two laptop strong-arm robberies at Peet’s as well as one in front of...

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Emeryville Police Chief Jennifer Tejada didn’t mince any words on Twitter recently in response to a series of opioid overdoses in her city. “We need comprehensive services for drug addiction & mental health,” she said in...

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A trio of news stories in this month’s Emeryville business wire including our city’s first ‘escape room’ and two business that have moved their operations from neighboring Berkeley to our city.   View this post...

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Sandwiched in the middle of a marathon seven hour Oakland City Council meeting last Tuesday, Oakland District 5 Councilmember Noel Gallo dropped a bit of a bombshell on those in attendance and streaming online. Gallo...

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