Mayor Pauline Russo Cutter recently premiered a new video entitled, “San Leandro – Cultivating Art!” at the Alameda County Mayor’s Conference that was hosted at the newly-opened Twenty-First Amendment Brewery in San Leandro. Th
Before Tuesday night’s Oakland City Council meeting, the proposal to sell a city parcel to build a luxury apartment tower at Lake Merritt seemed like a done deal. But in the face of determined and [...]
Responding to the city’s long-term failure to meet the needs of the unemployed in Oakland, the City Council voted this week to award the Private Industry Council (PIC) a $250,000 grant to help support the [...]
You can make your voice heard and get involved with City government by serving on a City advisory committee, board and/or commission. Vallejo residents who are interested in serving on an advisory body are [...]
The Oakland City Council is set to vote Tuesday evening on a controversial proposal to sell a city-owned parcel to build a luxury apartment tower at the corner of East 12th Street and Lake Merritt.
The City of Stockton Community Advisory Board is hosting a day-long symposium in June on crime prevention for residents and interested others to hear speakers and participate in workshops.
The City of Berkeley announced this week that it collected $116,000 for the month of March from Measure D, the sugar-sweetened beverage tax that voters passed overwhelmingly last November.
City Attorney Dennis Herrera has launched an outreach program to identify and compensate eligible beneficiaries of his office’s settlement agreement with the Education Management Corporation, the parent company of Art Institute of California-San Francisco.
The City Council took a first step this week to enact a policy that has been four years in the making and could improve the level of police accountability in Oakland, unanimously voting to consolidate [...]