Tag: Mayor Jean Quan
According to Mayor Jean Quan, crime is down in Oakland. But KQED “Forum” listeners had a different view.
As the holiday shopping season gets underway and Occupy Oakland looks to regroup in Oakland, it’s a good time check out KQED reporter Krissy Clark’s wide ranging interview with Oakland Mayor Jean Quan. The two of them talked by phone last Wednesday. In addition to plugging a new gift card that can be used at […]
Martin Kaste’s interview with embattled Oakland Mayor Jean Quan aired this afternoon on All Things Considered. As with pretty much any interview, there’s more compelling material than what makes it into the broadcast. Kaste (and NPR) was kind enough to give us the complete interview. Have a listen to both below: via NPR And here’s […]
Thursday, 11:15 a.m. Post on the political fallout for Jean Quan… 10:30 p.m. No new developments in San Francisco or Oakland as of this writing, and it’s time for us to call it a night. We’ll be back in the morning with the latest developments on Occupy Oakland and San Francisco. Come back to News […]
Reported by Stephanie Martin and Caitlin Esch The city of Oakland is looking to raise money for crime prevention, while a new interim police chief transitions into power. Voters began today casting votes by mail for Measure I — a parcel tax designed to raise money for police, crime fighting technology and other city services. In […]