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Oakland: Quan, challengers differ on State of City

There are 2 comments on the San Francisco Chronicle story from Mar 11, 2014, titled Oakland: Quan, challengers differ on State of City. In it, San Francisco Chronicle reports that:

Oakland Mayor Jean Quan 's State of the City address last week was appropriately upbeat and hit all the high notes in praising the city's achievements, but it's the things she didn't say that may come back to haunt the city.

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Quan must be gone

Pleasanton, CA

#1 Mar 12, 2014
So Quan is driving the city of Oakland into bankruptcy. Go figure.
Oakland Sux

Pleasanton, CA

#2 Mar 12, 2014
If you have half a brain, and choose not to believe the lies of the current Mayor Quan, it is painfully obvious that Oakland really sucks due to mismanagement and a lack of resolve to end the violence, something Quan has proven herself incapable of doing. Santana was this city's best hope, and Quan dashed those hopes to fulfill a personal vandetta. Quan again proves she does what's best for herself, not the city.

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