Oakland News Now – Nayeli Maxson Oakland City Council District 4 Is Guest On Zennie62 YouTube Live 8PM.
Nayeli Maxson is running for the Oakland City Council seat to be vacated by Annie Campbell Washington in January of next year, 2019. Ms. Maxson is joining Zennie62 Live to talk about not just how she will run Oakland from the perspective of her Oakland Hills District 4 place, but what is her specific take on sports as economic development in Oakland?
What is Ms. Maxson’s view on how the Raiders Stadium issue was handled? What would she have done differently?
What’s her view on Warriors and why they seem to be allowed to leave for San Francisco? And given that the average stadium worker makes $68,000 a year, and they’re not tech jobs, aren’t we doing something wrong?
Should we sue the Raiders in her view? Should we go after having say, a WNBA Franchise?
And what about convention space? What’s her view on Oakland’s needs?
For the record, and to date, I have had a number of Oaklanders running for office this year on the livestream: Saied Kamarooz (Oakland Mayoral Race), Kenzie Smith (Oakland City Council, District 2), Jesse Smith (Oakland Mayoral Race), Cat Brooks (Oakland Mayoral Race), Joseph Tanios (Oakland City Council, District 4), and Marshon Tatmon (Oakland Mayoral Race), to date.
This week, it’s Nayeli Maxson tonight and then her challenger (one of nine) Charlie Michelson Friday night at 8 PM.
Stay tuned, and please subscribe to Zennie62 on YouTube.com.
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