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From the March-April 2014 issue of News & Letters:

Stop police spying

Oakland, Calif.—On Feb. 18, Oakland City Council, on the recommendation of the Mayor, delayed voting on a federally funded Domain Awareness Center (DAC). 195 more words

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Port Of Oakland Votes To Deal With Business Group Proposing A's Waterfront Ballpark

OAKLAND (CBS SF) — Port of Oakland commissioners have voted unanimously to enter into exclusive negotiations with a group of Oakland business leaders who are proposing to build a waterfront stadium for the Oakland A’s at Howard Terminal. 373 more words

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Port of Oakland Looking to Ease Congestion Issues

The Port of Oakland’s Ports America Outer Harbor Terminal will be offering night gate operations every Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday during the month of March to help assist with the severe congestion issues it has been experiencing.  32 more words

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Oakland Approves Scaled-Back Plan For Surveillance Center

OAKLAND (KPIX 5) – The Oakland City Council approved part of a controversial surveillance program during an early morning vote Wednesday.

The “Domain Awareness Center” was going to monitor surveillance cameras mounted throughout the city, but that plan was scaled back after hours of debate. 276 more words

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Oakland City Council Put Off Decision On Controversial Surveillance Center

OAKLAND (KCBS) – The Oakland City Council has decided to put off a decision on whether to further develop a highly controversial surveillance hub.

After hours of public testimony at Oakland City Hall on Tuesday night and into Wednesday morning, the decision on whether to award a $1.6 million contract for phase two of the Domain Awareness Center has been delayed until early March. 178 more words

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