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City approves plan to license pot growers  An Oakland City Council committee has approved legislation that would allow four commercial medical marijuana-growing operation Oakland Considers 'Wal-Marting' Of Weed  The City Council was set to look at licensing four production plants where pot would be grown, packaged and processed into items Oakland Votes To Permit Large Pot Farms
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Rebecca Kaplan Announces Mayoral Run   Police Chief Warns Of Impact Of Cuts  Having citizens report some crimes online and eliminating specialized police units are among the proposals being considered as police prepare... Talks Continue As Potential OPD Layoffs Dellums 'Proud' Of Response To Verdict Talks In Final Hours Over Police Layoffs  Oakland city officials and police union leaders were in 11th-hour talks Monday to prevent 80 officers from being laid off Talks Over Police Layoffs To Resume  The parties concluded talks on Monday with plans to meet again on Tuesday. The latest any layoffs could occur would be by 5 p.m. 80 cop layoffs to occur; No deal reached
Response Criticized In OPD Tragedy  A series of missteps in the hours after two motorcycle officers were gunned down led to an ill-fated decision to storm the apartment Deal to develop old Army Base land 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... Civic Walk housing project loan Oakland Seeks Injunction Against Gang Judge Supports Gang Injunction Bid City Considers Losing Up To 200 Officers  Oakland city council members are proposing to lay off up to a quarter of the city's police officers to help close a severe budget shortfall City Council Votes To Lay Off 80 Cops

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  The council voted 5-3 to eliminate the positions immediately and possibly up to 122 more in January if voters in November don't approve a new tax

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  City officials and police union leaders were unsuccesful in their attempts to reach a last-minute agreement by a 5 p.m. deadline
  The City Council has approved a plan to license four production plants where marijuana would be grown, packaged and processed
  $6.5 M Settlement In Warrant Case  The City has approved a payment to 100 people to settle lawsuits that claimed police officers provided false information in obtaining search... Jul.22   City To Seek Help After Rash Of Crimes  Police Chief Anthony Batts will be asking for federal help in trying to cut down on violent crime in the city

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Aug.4   Mayor Ron Dellums Won't Seek Re-Election
  Ron Dellums, 74, announced that he won't seek re-election in November. He elected mayor in June 2006 and took office in January 2007

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Sep.19     Councilwoman victim of purse-snatch    94602: City Councilwoman and mayoral candidate Jean Quan, 60, had her purse snatched in the parking lot of her neighborhood Safeway store

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Oct.19   City settles suit over fatal police shooting  The city will pay half a million dollars to settle a civil rights lawsuit filed by the parents of a teenage boy shot to death by police offi...

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Nov.2   Oakland choosing new mayor  Early returns show former State Senate President Pro Tem Don Perata ahead of city councilmembers Jean Quan and Rebecca Kaplan Nov.4   Perata's lead seems insurmountable
  It may be a week before all the ballots are counted in the Oakland election, but indications are that former state Sen. Will be the city's new mayor Nov.5     Mayor pleads for peace after sentencing  Ron Dellums had pleaded for peace Friday as his city coped with the sentencing of a white former transit officer Nov.6     Jean Quan starts to lead voting
  City Councilmember Jean Quan with 51 percent of the ranked choice vote and former State Senate President Don Perata with just under 49 percent
Nov.10     Quan scores upset win in mayor's race
  City Councilwoman Jean Quan has been elected as Oakland's next mayor following a days-long process of redistributing votes
 A new ranked-choice system allowed voters to list their first, second and third-place candidates. 61-year-old Quan received slightly over 50% of the votes, compared to 49% for former state senator Don Perata
Nov.27   Oakland ID would double as debit card
  City is moving forward with plans for a municipal identification card, the first in the U.S. that would double as a debit and ATM card

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Dec.17   Pot-growing plan may hit legal wall
  DA is warning that large-scale commercial growing operations city officials want to authorize are probably illegal under both state and federal law Dec.25 De La Fuente arrested on suspicion of DUI

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