Jerry Brown finally entering the race
on March 2, 2010
It looks like former Oakland mayor and current California attorney general Jerry Brown is finally going to announce one of California’s worst-kept secrets: He’s running for governor of California again. Brown is making a “major announcement” at 11 a.m. today.
A day after high-ranking feds toured Oakland to see how stimulus money is being spent, the Oakland city council faces some painful budget cuts at its meeting tonight.
A ferris wheel right next to the Bay Bridge in Oakland? A “sail-in” movie theatre? Lots of ideas for the proposed Bay Bridge park.
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