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Wednesday, September 26, 2018

Trump Boasts and Scorns Globalism to Skeptical UN Crowd – New York Times

New York TimesThey did so even as Mr. Trump urged Europe to isolate Iran and warned of draconian new sanctions that would penalize America’s allies for not cutting off commercial ties with the Iranians. President Hassan Rouhani of Iran criticized Mr. Trump for … and more …read more Source:: New York City News By Google […]

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Tuesday, September 25, 2018

Trump Unleashes on Kavanaugh Accuser as Key Republican Wavers – New York Times

New York Times“She said she was totally inebriated and she was all messed up and she doesn’t know it was him but it might have been him,” Mr. Trump said while in New York for the annual session of the United Nations General Assembly. Then, speaking sarcastically, he …New York Times, New Yorker Spar Over […]

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Trump Accuses Democrats of Running ‘Con Game’ Against Kavanaugh – New York Times

New York TimesIt is a con game; they really are con artists,” he said while in New York for the annual session of the United Nations General Assembly. “They don’t believe it themselves. They know he’s a high-quality person. They don’t believe it. It is just resist …New York Times, New Yorker Spar Over Kavanaugh […]

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Bill Cosby Sentenced To Prison For Acting Like He Had White Privilege

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New York Hotel Market Roars Back After Drowning in Too Much Supply – Wall Street Journal

Wall Street JournalThe lodging rebound is a welcome development for New York hotel owners, who have suffered through a construction boom—the biggest in a generation—that flooded the market with new properties and inhibited hoteliers’ ability to raise room rates. …read more Source:: New York City News By Google News

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Maria Ayerdi Kaplan Speech At Salesforce Transit Center San Francisco Ribbon Cutting 8 10 2018

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Maria Ayerdi Kaplan is the developer of Salesforce Transit Center. Maria Ayerdi Kaplan Speech At Salesforce Transit Center San Francisco Ribbon Cutting 8 10 2018 Read more about how Maria Ayerdi Kaplan developed Salesforce Transit Center San Francisco at Oakland News Now here: https://ift.tt/2LuHfAr
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Instagram’s Co-Founders to Step Down From Company – New York Times

New York Times“Building new things requires that we step back, understand what inspires us and match that with what the world needs; that’s what we plan to do.” Mark Zuckerberg, Facebook’s chief executive, praised the Instagram founders in a statement and said that …Instagram co-founders stepping down: New York TimesMarketWatchInstagram co-founders step down from company: […]

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Zennie Abraham / Zennie62 On YouTube’s New Look Glasses From America’s Best Not Zenni.com

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Zennie Abraham / Zennie62 On YouTube’s New Look Glasses From America’s Best Not Zenni.com

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Monday, September 24, 2018

Oakland A’s Make Offer To Buy Out Alameda County Share Of Coliseum Complex

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Oakland A's Make Offer To Buy Out Alameda County' Share Of Coliseum Complex The Oakland Athletics are making everyone happy – in Oakland, that is. Not only did the Athletics back into the 2018 Major League Baseball Playoffs by virtue of the New York Yankees victory over the Tampa Bay Devil Rays, and for the first time since 2014, the organization did the City of Oakland a solid. The Oakland A's made an offer to buy the County of Alameda's portion of the Coliseum Complex. If the Couty accepts the offer (which should be around $90 million, if Alameda County's central concern is still recovering debt expense), that would release the City of Oakland, and in particular Oakland Mayor Libby Schaaf, from worrying about how to buyout the County's share of the historic sports venue. It would also save the City of Oakland from making a payment this blogger has called illogical. Oakland would wind up paying Alameda County, which would then get $90 million on top of new revenue it would make from the A's privately financed new stadium. Oakland would do all of the work, and the County would enjoy the spoils, thanks to that buyout Libby wanted the City to pay for. The plan for the City of Oakland to buyout the Alameda County share of the Coliseum started in 2014, and after the rather rough talks surrounding the lease extension for the Oakland Athletics. At that point, the idea of Oakland taking over the Coliseum entirely started because there were, as Councilmember Larry Reid put it after the A's deal in 2014 “too many cooks in the kitchen.” And some of those cooks didn't understand the law surrounding even what the Oakland-Alameda County Coliseum Joint Powers Authority (Coliseum JPA) was capable of. Then Oakland District Two Councilmember Pat Kernighan said the Coliseum JPA itself should not be involved in developnent discussions because it didn't have redevelopment powers over the stadium site. A point of view that flies in the face of Section 6502 of the California Government Code (the enabiling legislation for joint powers authorties in California) which states “If authorized by their legislative or other governing bodies, two or more public agencies by agreement may jointly exercise any power common to the contracting parties, including, but not limited to, the authority to levy a fee, assessment, or tax, even though one or more of the contracting agencies may be located outside this state.” “Any power” includes economic development and land use determination. But I digress. The Coliseum's split ownership has created a climate where the relationship between its owners the City of Oakland and the County of Alameda is, today, so bad that there are people on the Alameda County Board of Supervisors who don't have the best words for Oakland Mayor Libby Schaaf. For her part, Mayor Schaaf has only focused on trying to find a way to get the County out of her way in the matter of the current home of the A's, Raiders, and Golden State Warriors. It's a fair bet that her excellent relationship with Oakland A's President Dave Kaval led to this proposed buyout. If so, score this one for Libby. Stay tuned.
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Oakland A’s Make Offer To Buy Out Alameda County Share Of Coliseum Complex

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Oakland A's Make Offer To Buy Out Alameda County' Share Of Coliseum Complex The Oakland Athletics are making everyone happy – in Oakland, that is. Not only did the Athletics back into the 2018 Major League Baseball Playoffs by virtue of the New York Yankees victory over the Tampa Bay Devil Rays, and for the first time since 2014, the organization did the City of Oakland a solid. The Oakland A's made an offer to buy the County of Alameda's portion of the Coliseum Complex. If the Couty accepts the offer (which should be around $90 million, if Alameda County's central concern is still recovering debt expense), that would release the City of Oakland, and in particular Oakland Mayor Libby Schaaf, from worrying about how to buyout the County's share of the historic sports venue. It would also save the City of Oakland from making a payment this blogger has called illogical. Oakland would wind up paying Alameda County, which would then get $90 million on top of new revenue it would make from the A's privately financed new stadium. Oakland would do all of the work, and the County would enjoy the spoils, thanks to that buyout Libby wanted the City to pay for. The plan for the City of Oakland to buyout the Alameda County share of the Coliseum started in 2014, and after the rather rough talks surrounding the lease extension for the Oakland Athletics. At that point, the idea of Oakland taking over the Coliseum entirely started because there were, as Councilmember Larry Reid put it after the A's deal in 2014 “too many cooks in the kitchen.” And some of those cooks didn't understand the law surrounding even what the Oakland-Alameda County Coliseum Joint Powers Authority (Coliseum JPA) was capable of. Then Oakland District Two Councilmember Pat Kernighan said the Coliseum JPA itself should not be involved in developnent discussions because it didn't have redevelopment powers over the stadium site. A point of view that flies in the face of Section 6502 of the California Government Code (the enabiling legislation for joint powers authorties in California) which states “If authorized by their legislative or other governing bodies, two or more public agencies by agreement may jointly exercise any power common to the contracting parties, including, but not limited to, the authority to levy a fee, assessment, or tax, even though one or more of the contracting agencies may be located outside this state.” “Any power” includes economic development and land use determination. But I digress. The Coliseum's split ownership has created a climate where the relationship between its owners the City of Oakland and the County of Alameda is, today, so bad that there are people on the Alameda County Board of Supervisors who don't have the best words for Oakland Mayor Libby Schaaf. For her part, Mayor Schaaf has only focused on trying to find a way to get the County out of her way in the matter of the current home of the A's, Raiders, and Golden State Warriors. It's a fair bet that her excellent relationship with Oakland A's President Dave Kaval led to this proposed buyout. If so, score this one for Libby. Stay tuned.
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Kavanaugh’s Yearbook Page Is ‘Horrible, Hurtful’ to a Woman It Named – New York Times

New York Times14 letter, she wasn’t aware of the “Renate” yearbook references on the pages of Judge Kavanaugh and his football teammates. “I learned about these yearbook pages only a few days ago,” Ms. Dolphin said in a statement to The New York Times. “I don’t know … and more …read more Source:: New York […]

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Oakland Athletics In MLB Playoffs For First Time Since 2014 Thanks To NY Yankees

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Oakland Athletics In MLB Playoffs For First Time Since 2014 Thanks To NY Yankees win over Rays
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Oakland Athletics In MLB Playoffs For First Time Since 2014 Thanks To NY Yankees

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Oakland Athletics In MLB Playoffs For First Time Since 2014 Thanks To NY Yankees win over Rays
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Vance McDonald Stiff-Arms Chris Conte During 75-Yard Catch And Run On MNF

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Vance McDonald Stiff-Arms Chris Conte During 75-Yard Catch And Run On MNF
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