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Council to Consider Moratorium on Sale of Public Land and Funding for...

City Council committees will be considering major issues next week including a moratorium on the sale of public land and placing a “Career Jobs...

‘It Makes No Sense to Sell Public Land,’ Say Local Residents

Attending this week’s  Rules and Legislation Committee to support a moratorium on the sale of public property were ( L to R): John Jones...

Black Workers Receive Only 9 Percent of Hours on City- Funded...

A new City of Oakland report showd that during the past two years African American workers obtained a little over 9 percent of journeyman...

City Holds Public Lands Meeting for Small, Minority and Women-owned...

The City of Oakland is hosting a public meeting Monday, Jan 8 for Oakland’s small, minority and women-owned construction firms to learn about the...

Rep Barbara Lee Says Comey Firing Signals Constitutional Crisis

 Congresswoman Barbara Lee released after President Trump fired FBI Director James Comey saying g the president’s action an  “abuse of power (that) signals a...

Council Members, Community Angry at Mayor Schaaf’s Plan to Divert Soda...

  Caption: Authors of the Soda Tax Measure HH were Oakland City Councilmembers Rebecca Kaplan, Desley Brooks and Annie Campbell Washington. In a presentation at this...

Assemblyman Tony Thurmond Enters State Superintendent For Public Instruction Race as...

By Joy Resmovits, L.A. TimesState Assemblyman Tony Thurmond (D-Richmond) will run for state superintendent of public instruction.He announced his candidacy in a statement last week that focused...

New Poll: Homelessness and Lack of Affordable Housing Are Oaklanders Top...

Eighty-five percent say they want to require developers to hire local workers first Expressing broad unanimity, 92 percent of Oakland residents rank homelessness as an...

“A Day Without a Woman”: Oakland Women Strike for Equality

About 1,000 supporters of “Day Without a Woman,” International Women´s Day rallied Wednesday afternoon at Oakland City Hall. Photo by Ken EpsteinThousands of Bay...

Two Developers in Running to Restore Historic Kaiser Convention Center

The announcement of one of the most important Oakland public works restoration projects in recent memory went virtually unnoticed during the recent mayoral campaign....
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