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Advocacy & Accountability

The Emeryville Police Department recently released detailed records of police misconduct required by the new State Bill 1421 ‘Police Transparency’ Law. The EPD provided a summary response to the Public Record Act (PRA) request by media outlets back...

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Emeryville Seniors are speaking out against a proposed AC Transit fare increase. The increases were presented at the February 13th AC Transit Board Public Hearing. The transit agency just recently increases the cost of its Transbay service by...

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Two hot-button topics were on the agenda at a planned ‘community meeting’ at the Watergate Clipper Club last week. The Measure C $50 million ‘Affordable Housing’ Bond and the City’s Parking Management Plan have both...

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The City of Emeryville and our Mayor are circulating a petition to apply for grant money to create three “quiet zones” at the 65th, 66th and 67th railway crossings. The petition, linked in multiple Nextdoor...

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The E’ville Eye reached a couple significant milestones in 2017. Last April we hit one million lifetime page views in our short lifespan. Perhaps most importantly for me personally, we began generating enough monthly revenue...

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Roughly 25 current and new members turned out at the March 20th Emeryville Bike East Bay member organizing meeting held at Doyle St Co-housing. They came to strategize about priority Bike/Ped improvements in our city and how to build public support...

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Despite a community petition that garnered 473 signatures in a week, three years of our personal advocacy efforts and a council meeting that saw over a dozen community members come out on behalf of the...

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