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Schaaf: “We will not have coal shipped through our city.”

In a sharp email exchange, Oakland Mayor Libby Schaaf has blasted local developer Phil Tagami for moving ahead with a deal to export coal...

Residents Ask: Where Are the Community Benefits on Port Railway Project?

The future of Oakland as a conduit for global commerce took a big step forward recently when the Port of Oakland and Union Pacific...

Oaklanders Could be Left Holding the Bag for Tagami’s Army Base...

Work on a portion of developer Phil Tagami’s Army Base project has been at a halt since March because the job was not built...

OP-ED: The Transfer of Army Base Property to CWS Is “Critically...

I do not think it is productive or appropriate to frame conflict where there simply is none. The transfer of the subject site to...

Black Construction Workers Overcome Obstacles to Land Army Base Jobs

Four experienced Oakland construction workers have been trying for years to qualify for jobs that have been promised to local residents on the Oakland...

Activists Threaten to File Civil Rights Complaint Against Army Base Project

Oakland community environmental leaders have notified the city that they are prepared to file a formal federal Title VI civil rights complaint over the...

Oakland’s Army Base Project Reports Over 50 Percent Local Hiring

The city is celebrating recent reports that Oakland residents have been employed for over 50 percent of the total number of hours worked on...

Port Commission Approves Tagami Agreement Without Question

Commissioners of the Port of Oakland voted unanimously at their most recent meeting to give Phil Tagami’s team of developers an Exclusive Negotiating Agreement...

Unemployed Seek Work at West Oakland Job Resource Center

Job seekers flock to the West Oakland Job Resource Center (WOJRC) each month, seeking work to support themselves and their families. They attend monthly orientations...

New Army Base Development Overcame “Almost Insurmountable” Obstacles

Now that the Oakland City Council has approved the $25 million, 17-acre development to build a parking and services center for trucks adjacent to...
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