Month: August 2013

Quan, Santana Accused of Undermining of Intake of Complaints Against OPD Officers

Posted in Police-Public Safety, Responsive Government By Ken A. Epstein Many supporters of increased police accountability to the community consider…

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Army Base Jobs and Small Businesses Win Reprieve

Posted in Army Base Jobs, Environment  Last Minute Negotiations to Keep Big Rigs Out of West Oakland By Ashley Chambers…

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McElhaney: Quan Administration “Betrayed” Council on Army Base Commitments

Posted in Army Base Jobs, Community, Environment By Post Staff Alameda County Sheriff Department sent a notice Thursday to PCC Logistics…

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Oakland Takes a Bit Out of Glass Shipper’s Apple Deal

Posted in Army Base Jobs By Ashley Chambers It appeared to be a dream come true for small businessman…

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A Helping Hand or an Axe for Army Base?

Posted in Army Base Jobs, Environment   “We’ve (already) started seeing trucks returning to West Oakland neighborhoods,” said Councilmember Lynette…

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Community College’s Accrediting Commission Has Reputation for Aggressive Behavior

Posted in SF City College By Helena Worthen and Joe Berry The Accrediting Commission of Community and Junior Colleges…

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Students Call on SF Mayor Lee Join Efforts to Save City College

Posted in SF City College By Post Staff Students rallied and 26 were arrested at City Hall this week,…

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Bay Area Watches Richmond’s Plan to Help Homeowners Avoid Foreclosure

Posted in Housing/Foreclosures By Tanya Dennis Grace Martinez, an Organizer for the Alliance of Californians in San Francisco, was…

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Judge Rules NYPD Stop and Frisk Practices Unconstitutional, Racially Discriminatory

Posted in Equal Rights/Equity, Police-Public Safety In a landmark decision this week, a federal court found the New York City…

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Graffiti Artists’ Mural Celebrates “Wee Pals” Creator

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