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Oakland Chinatown Development Approved Despite Community Displacement Concerns

The Planning Commission recently voted 4-2 to approve the W12 project, which will bring two, seven-story market rate apartment buildings to Oakland Chinatown. The...

Senate Candidate Swanson Looks at Negative Impact of Costa-Hawkins Act

Former Assemblymember Sandré Swanson, who is running for State Senate District 9, is examining the way state laws undermine the availability of affordable housing...

Oakland Chinatown Residents Demand Community Benefits from Market Rate Housing Development

Oakland Chinatown affordable housing advocates achieved a short reprieve Wednesday when the Planning Commission voted for a two-week delay on the approval of a...

Oakland Groups Demand Uber Step Up to Support Diversity and Affordable...

A community forum, hosted by the Oakland Post and Greenlining, met on Thursday to begin a discussion on how to ensure that Uber and...

Misgivings Over Mayor Schaaf’s Bond Measure

A number of community leaders are expressing misgivings about Oakland Mayor Libby’s Schaaf’s $600 million infrastructure and affordable housing bond, approved by the City...

Renter Protection Going to Oakland Voters in November

In an historic win for tenants’ rights advocates and Oakland’s most vulnerable residents, the Oakland City Council voted unanimously Wednesday morning after seven hours...

Op-Ed: Uber Should Help Address Issues Facing Oakland

By Orson Aguilar, President, Greenlining Institute Uber is a disruptive force and Oakland is a disruptive city, but for innovation to occur, disruption must be...

Oakland City Council Will Vote Tuesday on Renter Protection, Police Commission...

The Tuesday, July 19 Oakland City Council meeting is one of the last chances for council members to place progressive measures on the November...

Oakland Community Backs Kaplan’s Renter Protection Proposal

  The City Council is poised to place a renter protection measure on the November ballot, but housing advocates and community members are unsure what...

EBHO: Come to City Hall April 19 to Save Affordable Housing...

Council wants to redirect fees to pay for housing for $100,000-a-year renters, not low-income.  For two years, East Bay Housing Organizations (EBHO) members have been...
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