Alameda Journal: SunCal sets new course to win public approval


With little more than two months left in its exclusive agreement to negotiate a deal to build at Alameda Point, representatives from SunCal Companies made a renewed push Monday to repair relations with a community that resoundingly rejected its development plan at the polls.

Representatives from SunCal and the local labor unions that spent thousands of dollars to campaign against the developer's ballot measure held a news conference Monday at the Point to tout recently signed labor agreements for a future Point project, plus plans to hold community meetings intended to build support for the developer's efforts at the former naval air station.