Tonight: ethics complaints about Perata, Quan
on March 1, 2010
Tonight, Oakland’s Public Ethics Commission will hear two complaints about city resources being used to benefit the mayoral campaigns of Don Perata and Jean Quan, respectively. A Better Oakland has the background.
Officials from the White House will be at Oakland City Hall at 9:30 this morning to talk about the benefits of the federal stimulus package. Then they will join Mayor Dellums, who has been touting the economic benefits of public infrastructure projects, for a 10:30 bus tour.
The Oakland Tech drama program kicks off its collaboration with the California Shakespeare Theater at tonight at 6:30 with a performance of an excerpt from “Hamlet: Blood in the Brain,” and a panel discussion with Jonathan Moscone, the original director, and several original cast members. A reception will follow the discussion.
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