Monthly Archives: March 2011

Saving Oakley’s Heritage

The City of Oakley owns three parcels of approximately 8.3 acres that are often referred to as the “Legless Lizard Parcels” located between the BNSF rail line and Walnut Meadows Drive. The two western parcels of approximately 2.6 are reserved … Continue reading

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California State Agencies

California Academic Performance Index (API) * California Access for Infants and Mothers * California Acupuncture Board * California Administrative Office of the Courts * California Adoptions Branch * California African American Museum * California Agricultural Export Program * California Agricultural … Continue reading

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Award of Excellence

The City of Oakley’s Recreation Division was awarded the 2010 Award of Excellence from the California Park and Recreation Society and was recognized in the category of Youth Development during a ceremony at the 2011 California and Pacific Southwest Recreation … Continue reading

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11 Citizens Now Empowered with Oversight of Bart Police

Press release from BART BART riders and the public now have significant input on the way BART delivers its policing services. In a unanimous vote today, the BART Board of Directors delivered on a promise to riders and the community by creating … Continue reading

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Middle and High School Students – Get a Whooping Cough Booster

California students have another urgent item on their to-do list: get a whooping cough booster. A new state law requires all middle and high school students to get the booster – called Tdap – before setting foot in a classroom … Continue reading

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The Great California Delta Trail

The Delta is located at the confluence of the Sacramento and San Joaquin Rivers and includes 700 miles of sloughs and winding channels and 57 island tracts protected by over 1,100 miles of levees, the majority of them un-engineered dirt … Continue reading

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