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City of Oakland Resumes Normal Operations

Following a productive day of confidential mediation today, Service Employees International Union (SEIU), Local 1021 notified the City that it has called off its labor strike.

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City Agrees to Mediation with SEIU; SEIU Continues Strike through Monday

On the fifth day of its labor strike, today Service Employees International Union, Local 1021 notified the City that it has agreed to the City’s request for mediation with a mediator selected by SEIU.

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The Oakland Police Department Is Arresting Drunk Drivers This Holiday Season

Remember: Drive Sober or Get Pulled Over

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OPD Alcoholic Beverage Action Team and CA Alcoholic Beverage Control Post Notice

On Thursday, November 9, 2017, the Oakland Police Department Alcoholic Beverage Action Team (ABAT) and agents of the California Department of Alcoholic Beverage Control (ABC) posted a 20-day to Indefinite Notice of Suspension at “Sportspage Bar,” an ABC-licensed business located in the 10000 block of Macarthur Blvd in Oakland.

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Help the Bike Plan Update by using Ride Report app on your ride!

OakDOT is using the Ride Report app to help inform Let's Bike Oakland, an update to our citywide bike plan

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Mayor Schaaf to Represent Oakland at Harvard Education Convening

Mayor Schaaf to Represent Oakland at Harvard Education Convening

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Statement from Mayor Schaaf Reaffirming Oakland's Sanctuary City Status

Oakland remains a proud sanctuary city.

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Contracts Awarded to Staff City’s First Outdoor Temporary Navigation Site

City Council awards contracts to two local non-profits who will provide social services and site management at Oakland’s first outdoor navigation center.

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Mayor Libby Schaaf, MTC Commissioners Approve Plan to Link Housing to Transportation Funds

MTC approved an innovative approach to link housing to transportation funding

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Mayor Schaaf to Push for Increase in Funding for Homeless Services, Housing, and Infrastructure in Washington, D.C.

Oakland Mayor Libby Schaaf traveled to Washington D.C. today to meet with federal lawmakers to increase funding for homeless services, affordable housing, and infrastructure improvements

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