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Schaaf Finally Pledges Homeless Resources After Sharp Questions

The Oakland Post contacted the Mayor’s Office Wednesday morning seeking comments on allegations that Mayor Libby Schaaf has been “indifferent” to Interfaith Council of...

Local Faith Community Offers Safe Spaces for Homeless, Hoping for...

Local faith-based organizations have stepped up to help create a solution to the human rights crisis posed by the City’s failure so far to...

Affordable Homeownership Opportunity in Oakland Now Accepting Applications

From now until September 14th, families pursuing affordable homeownership are invited to submit pre-applications for brand new single-family homes in East Oakland.   These homes...

Oakland’s Rent Adjustment Program Hosts Hearing for Tenants of Uptown Apartments

The City’s Housing and Community Development Department’s Rent Adjustment Program recently sent out a notice of a hearing for tenants at Uptown Apartments, commonly...

Councilmember McElhaney’s Proposal Would  Help “Cash-Strapped” Landlords Evict Tenants

Proposal offers a city-subsidized “incentive” for small landlords  to displace tenants, says housing rights activist James VannThe Oakland City Council is scheduled Tuesday to decide on...

Open Letter: Community Leaders Call on Mayor, Council to Support Unsheltered...

The following is an open letter to Mayor Libby Schaaf, City Council Members, City Administrator Landreth and Staff, dated June 11:Recently about 30 groups...

Tenants Gather Enough Signatures to Put Repeal of State’s Anti-Rent Control...

Supporters of the repeal of the state anti-rent control law, the Costa-Hawkins Rental Housing Act, rally Monday in front of Oakland City Hall. Oakland...

Kaplan Resolution to Expand Oakland Homeless Solutions to be Heard, April 10

On April 10, the Community and Economic Development Committee and the Life Enrichment Committee will hear Oakland City Councilmember-At-Large Rebecca Kaplan’s resolution to encourage the...

Opinion: Rapidly Housing 3,000 People Is Not as Hard as It...

By Jonah Strauss, Homeless Advocacy Working GroupIn the rapidly-developing architecture of homeless support in Oakland, there are two missing building blocks: a large and...

Faith Leaders Move Ahead on Creative Homeless Solution; Schaaf reluctant to...

Members and supporters attend March 8 meeting of Interfaith Council of Alameda County (ICAC). Rev. Ken Chambers is shown at bottom, second from right. The...
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