Oakley content to keep council meetings offline
Despite the intense public interest in a housing benefit they recently offered the city's top administrator, most Oakley leaders seem content to have their city remain one of the few in Contra Costa County that does not make City Council meetings readily available for public viewing.
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#1 Nov 30, 2011
nothng new her. they keep everyone in the dark, I womder what is next.
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