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Post Salon: Should the  City Sell or Keep Public L...

Post Salon: Should the  City Sell or Keep Public Land?

 

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The next Post Salon will discuss the question: what should the City of Oakland do with publically owned land?

The following alternatives will be discussed:

Should the parcels be sold to developers at the highest price?

Should real estate developers who purchase city-owned property for private investment, such as market-rate housing and office buildings be required to pay community benefits?

Should all the property be kept permanently in the public domain and developed for community needs?

The community discussion will be held Sunday, April 15 1:30 p.m., at Geoffrey’s Inner Circle, 410 14th St. in downtown Oakland.

 


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