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Today Alameda's City Planning Board votes on a plan to redevelop 68 acres of the former Naval Air Station and add 800 homes, 200 of them affordable. The scheme, led by a consortium of developers, concerns an area called Site A, just a fraction of the 1,560-acre base, which shuttered in 1997. The plans include retail and commercial space as well, and an additional 600 homes could go in outside Site A, bringing the total to 1,400. [SF Business Times]