Tag Archives: City of Oakland

Entrepreneur Tom Henderson, Team Leader Starr Ivery and Costin Miclea, Chief Revenue Officer, at CallSocket at the Tribune tower in downtown Oakland.  Photo by Ken A. Epstein

Entrepreneur Tom Henderson Creates Jobs for Oakland Residents

In the current economic struggle where people are vying for jobs, and the unemployment rate remains high, CallSocket is an Oakland company that stands out for its commitment to hiring Oakland residents and providing them [...]
Post reporter Tasion Kwamilele interviews Berry Gordy.

Face-to-Face with a Music History Maker – Berry Gordy

We’re talking about history. What I that means is as clear as it comes when we look at the legacy of Motown founder Berry Gordy. Gordy was in Oakland Monday to celebrate Barry Gordy Day [...]
Rev. Dr. Harold R. Mayberry stands with his wife Mary, along with Superintendent Antwan Wilson, his wife Tresa, School board member Jumoke Hinton-Hodge, staff, principals, and teachers of OUSD and church members gather to pray for the work of the school district.

OUSD Superintendent Antwan Wilson Visits First African Methodist Church

New Oakland Unified School District (OUSD) Superintendent Antwan Wilson spoke Sunday at Back to School Youth Covering Worship service held by the First African Methodist Episcopal (FAME) Church at 3701 Telegraph Ave. in Oakland.
Phil Tagami.

Is Phil Tagami Stacking the Deck Against California Waste Solutions?

The Oakland Post has been hearing community concerns that Army Base Master Developer Phil Tagami of CCIG may have been trying to undermine the city’s new trash and recycling company – California Waste Solutions (CWS) [...]
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Oakland ‘Dumps’ Waste Management

Waste Management (WM) lost out on a billon-dollar, 10-year contact to handle trash removal and recycling for Oakland when the City Council went for a more compelling proposal by a homegrown West Oakland Company that [...]
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Allen Temple, 67 Sueños Create “Black and Brown Unity” Mural

Youth of Allen Temple and Iglesia Bautista de Allen Temple partnered with the youth of 67 Sueños to plan and paint a mural entitled “Black and Brown Unity“, which is on the 86th Avenue Wall [...]
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Kaplan Wins City Disparity Study  Study will examine city’s practices of contracting with Black- and women-owned businesses

Mayoral candidate and City Council President Pro-Tem Rebecca Kaplan has successfully fought for the City of Oakland to conduct a legally required disparity study to protect equal economic opportunity in the community.Even though the City [...]
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Phil Tagami Responds to Post on Facebook

Master Developer Phil Tagami has responded on Facebook to a Post article questioning Oakland’s commitment to ensuring that the city’s $1.2 billion Army Base project hires local residents and overcomes the historic barriers that have [...]
Oakland, Calif. City Attorney Barbara Parker poses for a photograph at City Hall, Monday, Aug. 29, 2011 in Oakland. (Photo by D. Ross Cameron)

City Attorney Sues Owners of West Grand Hotel for Appalling Conditions

The Oakland City Attorney this week sued the absentee owners of the West Grand Hotel, a single room occupancy rental property that has a reputation for for drug activity and unsafe, inhumane living conditions. For [...]