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Applications for Cultural Strategists-in-Government, Neighborhood Voices being accepted through Jan. 7
As part of the first steps in implementing the new Cultural Plan, the City of Oakland announced two new pilot Cultural Funding initiatives today that will advance cultural equity, belonging and well-being for all the communities of Oakland. Both initiatives are accepting application through January 7, 2019. Details and links to the online applications can be found at http://bit.ly/PilotInitiatives.
Oakland’s holiday shopping season kicks off November 23 with Plaid Friday sales and activities, continues through December with fun family events and special offers
Today, the City of Oakland announced the appointment of Micah Hinkle as Deputy Director/Business Development Manager for the Economic & Workforce Development Department. He will lead the City’s programs and activities that expand Oakland’s economy and foster business investment. Micah will start work on October 22, 2018.