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Oakland City Council approves coal ban ordinance  The Oakland City Council voted Monday 7-0 to approve a coal ban ordinance, which would keep coal from being exported from the city Oakland A's lease settled after Lew Wolff accepts city changes  The long-disputed 10-year lease to allow A's to play at O.co Coliseum was settled after A's co-owner had accepted most of the changes made by Oakland Mayor Quan touts Oakland's progress in state of city address Oakland issues pink slips to 2,500 employees Oakland board votes to close 5 schools  A crowd of 500 parents, teachers and children yelled as the school board held a hearing before voting 5-2 to close five elementary schools Oakland's pot plan goes up in smoke Oakland Votes To Permit Large Pot Farms  The City Council has approved a plan to license four production plants where marijuana would be grown, packaged and processed City approves plan to license pot growers Tax Measures To Reduce Deficit City Hiring Practices Criticized In Report Mayor proposes budget cuts Judge: City illegally spent safety funds Dellums gaves state of the city address Tougher Rules Against Smoking Enacted State Of Emergency On Hold Spectators Will Be Cited At Sideshows Oakland Approves Plan To Shut City Jail City Begs Gov. to Abandon Budget Cuts Mayor proposed sin taxes Ordinance against loitering Fire Department Reduces Staff
Oakland City Council votes unanimously to approve Raiders stadium deal Oakland moves to fire 4 cops, suspend 7 in sex scandal


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Oakland City Council votes unanimously to approve Raiders stadium deal  Council voted unanimously Tuesday to move forward with negotiations on a Raiders stadium plan approving Ronnie Lott's term sheet Oakland moves to fire 4 cops, suspend 7 in sex scandal


year 2016 Top ^

Dec.13
Sep.7
  An investigation into sexual misconduct at the Oakland Police Department that began with an officer’s suicide a year ago ended Wednesday
Jun.27 Oakland City Council approves coal ban ordinance
  The Oakland City Council voted Monday 7-0 to approve a coal ban ordinance, which would keep coal from being exported from the city


year 2015 Top ^

Jul.16 Officials met over new stadium for A's, Raiders Jun.23 Oakland council approves department of race and equity

year 2014 Top ^

Sep.23 City Council approves compromise contract for trash service
Jul.30 Mayor claims ‘progress’ in Oakland Raiders stadium deal Jul.22 Oakland A's lease settled after Lew Wolff accepts city changes
  The long-disputed 10-year lease to allow A's to play at O.co Coliseum was settled after A's co-owner had accepted most of the changes made by Oakland
Jul.17  City Council voted to add 7 amendments to a lease agreement with A's May.27 Oakland: Schaaf says Quan must do more to hire, keep police Mar.7   Mayor Quan touts Oakland's progress in state of city address
  Mayor Jean Quan, who is seeking re-election, delivers her state of the city message touting progress on crime, unemployment and a balanced budget Mar.5 Oakland Mayor Quan unveiling her own 10,000-resident plan

year 2013 Top ^

Nov.19 Oakland audit finds fire inspections lacking
Nov.12  Oakland curfew plan assailed at hearing Jul.31  Oakland passes controversial crime fighting measures

year 2012 Top ^

Oct.3  Oakland City Council meeting disrupted by protest Jul.31 Oakland mayor says police takeover won't happen
Jun.1  Two Oakland hotels closed because of prostitution Feb.9  Mayor: City still on rise despite bumps Jan.30 Oakland to change tactics after rowdy protest Jan.25 City Council discusses new budget plan Jan.18 Oakland issues pink slips to 2,500 employees  Budget troubles are so severe in Oakland that the city issued layoff notices to half of its employees

year 2011 Top ^

Oct.27 Oakland board votes to close 5 schools
  A crowd of 500 parents, teachers and children yelled as the school board held a hearing before voting 5-2 to close five elementary schools
Jun.21 City will no longer support citizen firefight Feb.3 Oakland's pot plan goes up in smoke  A message from the local U.S. attorney makes it clear that the city's latest scheme won't fly legally and leaves Oakland open to lawsuits Jan.4 New mayor takes aim at police pensions

year 2010 Top ^

Jul.21 Oakland Votes To Permit Large Pot Farms
  The City Council has approved a plan to license four production plants where marijuana would be grown, packaged and processed
Jul.13 City approves plan to license pot growers  An Oakland City Council committee has approved legislation that would allow four commercial medical marijuana-growing operation Mar.27 Tax Measures To Reduce Deficit  City officials are considering asking residents to approve two tax measures to help close about half of the projected $42.6 million budget d...

year 2009 Top ^

Oct.21 City Hiring Practices Criticized In Report  In an audit examining a five-year period, City Auditor says she found repeated examples of nepotism, favoritism and other unfair practices Jun.30 Budget Approved With Layoffs, Cuts May.5 Mayor proposes budget cuts  Ron Dellums is proposing to lay off 140 cops and hundreds of other city workers in order to balance a deficit that could eclipse $100 millio... Apr.4 Judge: City illegally spent safety funds  A judge has ruled that the city of illegally used funds raised through a public-safety ballot measure meant to bolster the number of officer...

year 2008 Top ^

Dec.26 $89M infrastructure projects list submitted
Nov.12 City Government to Shutdown On Nov. 26 Aug.23 FBI investigates City Hall for corruption Feb.19 City to consider affordable housing Jan.14 Dellums gaves state of the city address  Mayor said that public safety is his top priority; he also cited housing, economic development, health and education

year 2007 Top ^

Oct.17 Tougher Rules Against Smoking Enacted
  The City Council unanimously approved an ordinance that makes it illegal to smoke in outdoor dining areas, ATM lines, parks and bus stops Sep.20 Law expanding no-smoking zones


year 2006 Top ^

Apr.29 Town Hall Meeting Addresses Violence
Mar.15 Police Unveil Anti-Robbery Campaign Mar.14   State Of Emergency On Hold  The City Council voted to wait a week to allow Police Chief Wayne Tucker to put more officers on the streets

year 2005 Top ^

Oct.5 City set limit at 3 dogs, bans roosters
Aug.11 Caltrans and city agree to save skate park. West Oakland Jul.12 Spectators Will Be Cited At Sideshows  The city council unanimously approved an ordinance that would allow to cite spectators of illegal late night car rallies Jul.3 Officials Enforce Fireworks Ban Jun.30 Sideshow Spectator Ordinance Approved Jun.21 Oakland Approves Plan To Shut City Jail  The City Council voted unanimously tonight to adopt a budget of nearly $2 billion for the next 2 fiscal years Jan.12 Resolution against casino

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Jan.19 City Begs Gov. to Abandon Budget Cuts  Newly elected vice mayor Henry Chang is asking Schwarzenegger to rethink his proposed $1.3 billion budget cut to cities

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Dec.19 Mayor proposed sin taxes
  Jerry Brown has suggested the state could generate more revenue on drinking and eating junk food Aug.29 City Hall Shuts Down to Save Money
Apr.30 Inquiry on shots fired at protesters Feb.13 Ordinance against loitering  Ordinance is allow police officers to issue citations to people loitering for the purpose of drug dealing Jan.17 Fire Department Reduces Staff  Staffing was reduced at 13 of the 35 stations on a rotating basis