Did You Know…?

…that you can attend (in person & on Zoom) a critical Candidate Forum for Alameda County Supervisor (District 4) this Sun., Feb. 25, 5 pm, at Skyline Church of Oakland? Find out more here. This race features a progressive outsider, Jennifer Esteen, who is challenging a six-term incumbent, Nate Miley. The seat represents a racially and economically diverse district that includes much of East Oakland and the Oakland Hills, as well as the cities of Pleasanton and Castro Valley, and several unincorporated communities. Supervisors govern county programs and departments and approve the county budget. Their largest area of spending is traditionally health care and human services. Supervisors are also responsible for local jails and elections, and they make decisions on law enforcement and housing in unincorporated areas of the county. If a supervisor candidate receives over 50% of the vote in the primary, they take office for a four-year term.

…that the Community Housing Development Corporation (CHDC) is hiring? See their “We Are Hiring” flyer here to see a list of current openings.