Tag: Jean Quan
Seven candidates spoke at a forum covering public safety, race, education and economic inequality.
Police are investigating who is responsible for a collision between the mayor and another driver.
‘Oakland isn’t ungovernable, just ungoverned,’ says the latest candidate to enter crowded mayoral race.
The race is underway as 14 challengers vie for Jean Quan’s job.
According to Mayor Jean Quan, crime is down in Oakland. But KQED “Forum” listeners had a different view.
After rising chorus of privacy concerns, system will cover only airport and Port of Oakland property.
BCN — Funding from a Chinese real estate developer and investor will finally kickstart a long-stalled $1.5 billion development project on a 65-acre waterfront property south of Jack London Square in Oakland, Mayor Jean Quan said Wednesday. The Signature Development Group, which is based in Oakland, obtained development rights to the former industrial site in 2001 […]
The bolts snap, the plot thickens. California Transportation Department officials at a meeting of the Metropolitan Transportation Commission on Wednesday said that faulty bolts being used in the construction of a new span of the Bay Bridge might have been damaged by rainwater, reports KQED’s Rachel Dornhelm. They also said they can’t promise the bridge […]
Bummed out by rising crime, Oakland residents are turning their thumbs down on their city’s prospects, according to a new opinion poll. Sixty-five percent say the town is headed in the wrong direction, compared to only 22 percent with the opposite feeling, and 12 percent who can’t decide, Survey USA reported. The findings contrast with […]