Oakland Tribune: Alameda developer expects to lose Tuesday's election


Offering what sounded like a concession speech, David Soyka, a vice president at SunCal, also said he expected the company will continue to work with Alameda officials to keep the project alive.

"A disappointing election result will not end our work on this effort," Soyka said in a statement. "We will not abandon this plan and this city, and we hope Alamedans will continue to stand with us as we pursue the vision developed in partnership with the residents and the city over the past three years."