The Alameda Post: ACT Meet the City Council Candidates, August 15, 2012

As proud as he is of his accomplishments with the housing development, Daysog decided, “As I look at the rest of the base, quite frankly I don’t want to do Bayport again.” Stressing that the Point can’t be developed in a vacuum, he allowed that a figure of 1900-2200 houses at the point would have to take into account the Multi-Family Housing Overlay now imposed on Alameda by the state. He also suggested that there is a lot of opportunity for recreational amenities at the Point. He would like to attract clean industries and smaller businesses that aren’t “corporate” that can grow.

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