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OAKLAND FEATURED IN SF CHRONICLE SPECIAL SECTION
A partnership between the Oakland Metropolitan Chamber of Commerce, the City of Oakland and Visit Oakland resulted in the publishing of a special feature section on Oakland by the San Francisco Chronicle. Exploring the city from its thriving arts culture to its rise as one of the nation's hottest cuisine scenes, and an "up close and personal" on some of the hippest urban neighborhoods in the country, Oakland shines. Read why it's been named as one of the trendiest #OAKPROUD cities in the nation. Check out this special feature below (click on cover).
Oakland Chamber Hosts Welcome Reception for Police Chief Anne Kirkpatrick
Oaklanders welcomed new Oakland Police Department Police Chief Anne Kirkpatrick this evening as the Chamber convened a crowd representing the many facets of the Oakland ecosystem. The community present included businesses of all sizes, government, non-profits, and local leaders. The gathering illustrated the true strength and diversity of the tightly woven fabric of Oakland. The Chamber is very #OAKProud to introduce Chief Kirkpatrick to the Oakland we know!
Alameda County District Attorney Nancy O'Malley | Featured Guest
Inside Oakland Public Policy Breakfast
Alameda County District Attorney Nancy O'Malley was the featured guest speaker at the Chamber's "Inside Oakland" Public Policy Breakfast Friday, January 27, 2017. DA O'Malley, the County's chief law enforcement officer, covered a variety of topics important to Oakland's communities. The City of Oakland, she noted, is aware of the changing times and has made "great strides in enhancing public safety by getting more people back on track," through a variety of thoughtful, innovative and well-implemented programs, that are novel in their approach and producing effective results.
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