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Sideshow Spectator Ordinance Approved  City Council's public safety committee has approved a watered-down version proposed by Mayor Brown   Officials Enforce Fireworks Ban  While the city passed an ordinance banning fireworks in 2004, they're going to enforce it this year Spectators Will Be Cited At Sideshows
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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 Ordinance makes sideshows crime  Mayor Brown is introducing an ordinance that would make attending reckless driving exhibitions a criminal offense City endorses Wayans brothers project  Wayans brothers are to move production operations to a 70-acre section of the former Oakland Army Base Jerry Brown Marries Longtime Girlfriend  The 67-year-old mayor married Anne Gust, a 47-year-old former Gap executive Budget calls for job cuts, shutting jail  The City Council has voted to adopt a budget of nearly $2 billion for the next 2 fiscal years Oakland Approves Plan To Shut City Jail
  Resolution against casino  The City Council has voted 5-0 to approve a resolution against a proposal to build a Las Vegas-style casino near the airport   Potential Police Chief Stirs City Council  Mayor Jerry Brown is close to tapping retired Alameda county assistant sheriff Wayne Tucker as the city’s top cop Tucker appointed interim police chief  Mayor Jerry Brown appointed former Alameda County Assistant Sheriff to be interim police chief City Settles Port Protest Suit  Police tried to disperse the crowd. A video shows no attack from demonstrators. 24 people will share $145,000   Daniel Farrell appointed city fire chief  Farrell has been serving as city's Interim Fire Chief since Sept. 3, when he succeeded Simon, who retired Companies to Disclose Slavery Links Mayor Brown Announces Engagement  Mayor Jerry Brown, 66, proposed to girlfriend Anne. She is 46-year-old executive for Gap More Police Not Only Answer to City Crime  The interim police chief Tucker says the department needs help as well from neighborhood watch groups Son of City Council President arrested

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  Ignacio Rafael De La Fuente Jr. is accused of forcible rape and kidnapping of a teenage girl

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  The City Council voted unanimously tonight to adopt a budget of nearly $2 billion for the next 2 fiscal years

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  The city council unanimously approved an ordinance that would allow to cite spectators of illegal late night car rallies
Jul.22   Businesses To Own Up To Slave Trade  Contractors doing business with the city have to disclose whether they participated in the slave trade

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Aug.8     City Sues Caltrans Over Blight
  Caltrans has pledged its commitment to cleaning up its lands blighted by litter and overgrown vegetation Aug.11   Caltrans and city agree to save skate park  Sen. Boxer toured the Border Town park with De La Fuente and representatives from the Caltrans

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Oct.5   City set limit at 3 dogs, bans roosters
  The ordinance also makes the city one of the first cities to require that dogs receive microchip implants Oct.7   Dellums Announces Mayoral Run
  Former Rep. Ron Dellums , 69, announced he is coming out retirement to run for mayor of Oakland

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Dec.30   City has had more homicides this year
  The total of 94 homicides so far, compared to 88 in 2004, is still a 17% reduction from the total of 114 in 2003

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