Dear San Antonio Neighborhood Safety Team,
On behalf of the FIAEB and BBBON organization we invite you to our public action on Monday, September 19, at 6:30pm on zoom.
As we all know and live, our flatlands families in Oakland are in crisis due to the illegal dumping, abandoned vehicles and the unhoused people living under inhuman conditions at the front doors of our families’ homes.
On this Monday, we will be meeting with our Councilmembers, our Mayor as well as our OPW Director and the Parking and Mobility Director.
Given the depth of this crisis, our city needs to respond by making A Number One Priority the cleaning of our streets of the trash, removing abandoned vehicles and sheltering people living outside people’s homes, schools, libraries and public parks.
Our city needs to be declared as A State of Emergency
Attached is a flyer with the link and more information about the event. We are looking forward to your considering if you can join on Monday. Please share.
Save on Oakland Internet
Did you know households across Oakland are eligible to receive $30 per month to pay for home internet connection — and can even sign up for a FREE internet plan through the Affordable Connectivity Benefit?
#OU has created this engaging 1-pagerthat can easily be shared with students and families about this program. More information soon!
The Mayor at the Mic
Listen to Mayor Schaaf talk about our city's future and bring up any questions that may have been on your mind!
Take part in our city's future on any of the 3 nights listed, each at a different location.
Join us in meeting our candidates for Oakland School Board and City of Oakland Mayor!
It will take place in the Auditorium of Castlemont High School on September 29, 2022.
We would like to share the exciting news of the upcoming proposed ballot measure called Democracy Dollars!
Learn more about it here.
Join for our mandatory 2022 new families orientation & onboarding!
Here you can learn more about our school, policies, and programs. It will take place at our school on July 28th from 5-6pm.
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