ONN – Oakland A’s Send Letter Asking Fans To Get City Council To Drop Alameda County Lawsuit
The Oakland Athletics sent this letter via email to Zennie62Media 17 minutes ago related to the Oakland Ballpark Issue:
As of today, the City of Oakland has not dropped its lawsuit against Alameda County. The A’s want to work with the City of Oakland. The team is offering the City of Oakland $85 million to purchase their portion of the Coliseum site, plus a community benefits package that would include affordable housing and labor-friendly contracts.
Urge Oakland City Council to drop the lawsuit!
Oakland City Councilmembers need to hear from their constituents. If you live and/or work in Oakland, attend the City Council meeting next Tuesday and make yourself heard!
Date: Tuesday, November 5th
Location: City Council Chambers, 3rd Floor, 1 Frank H Ogawa Plaza
Public comment is at the top of the agenda and each comment is limited to two minutes. You should be finished speaking by 6 pm.
If you can attend and speak, please connect with Colette and Warren, and they will make sure you have a speaker card filled out. They can also provide talking points if needed
RSVP here: [email protected]
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