A two-city mayors’ competition to protect the Bay by volunteering to clean neighborhoods took a turn Monday, as San José Mayor Sam Liccardo joined his city into the fray. The event has been dubbed Battle for the Bay, a friendly volunteer competition to protect the shared Bay by cleaning up coastal areas and neighborhoods.
The mayors of Oakland & San Francisco have challenged each other to a Battle for the Bay on Creek to Bay Day, Sept. 21.
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Mayor Schaaf to Throw More Bulky Block Parties; Joins Supervisor Miley to Announce New “Adopt-a-Hot Spot” Pilot
Today, Mayor Libby Schaaf reported the total tons of waste collected at three recent “Bulky Block Parties” across the city – free events where Oakland residents legally disposed large unwanted items such as mattresses, couches, tires, and even a few kitchen sinks.
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