Sunday, Feb. 14 – Be Oakland North’s Valentine
on February 14, 2010
Happy Valentine’s Day, North Oakland!
Sobriety checkpoints in cities like Oakland have turned into a profitable enterprise, more often seizing and impounding cars from unlicensed drivers than catching drunk drivers. Check out the New York Times story here.
One Love Center for Health, now in development, could help tackle the glaring health disparities in the city by bringing health care and education to West Oakland.
Lots of Oakland city government happenings this week–including the City Council tackling the new budget proposal. Living in the O has a rundown on goings-on this week.
We’ll keep it short and sweet today. Go out and enjoy this gorgeous weather!
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