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Civic Walk housing project loan Map of Jefferson and 14th street Oakland
Oakland ID would double as debit card

year 2010 Top ^

  City is moving forward with plans for a municipal identification card, the first in the U.S. that would double as a debit and ATM card
  Oakland Downtown: Oakland City Council is scheduled to decide whether to lend $5 million to the developers who bought the property last year

  City officials are considering asking residents to approve two tax measures to help close about half of the projected $42.6 million budget deficit

year 2008 Top ^

Jan.16 Bill Clinton calls for foreclosure aid in city
  Former President said that the feds needs to help cities bail out homeowners facing foreclosure before the economy unravels from a mortgage crisis

year 2007 Top ^

May.3 Dellums released $2 billion budget
  The budget for 2 years continues current funding levels for most existing programs

year 2005 Top ^

May.7 Proposed budget of $2 billion for 2 years
  Mayor Brown and City Administrator Edgerly have released a proposed budget that calls for eliminating 164 jobs

year 2003 Top ^

Jun.19 $840 million city budget passes
  City Council unanimously approved a city budget. Most unions have tentatively agreed to salary reductions Jan.14 Mayor warns of budget cuts
  In his State of the City Brown warned that belt-tightening begin with immediate cuts in overtime spending

year 2002 Top ^

Jan.16 Budget deficit of up to $17 million
  Mayor Jerry Brown is confident that the city is still on the upswing

year 2001 Top ^

Oct.3 Predatory lending banned
  City Council has adopted an ordinance to keep shady lenders from exploiting borrowers with exorbitant interest rates

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