Oakland school district’s superintendent says the public school system will have to shave another $25 million from next year’s budget. The city is also struggling to make ends meet (See: Parking Meter Uproar).
What can Oaklanders do about it? What services should the city, the county and the school district attempt to preserve?
The League of Women Voters is sponsoring a panel discussion on the topic on Tuesday, Sept. 15, featuring Tony Smith, Oakland’s new superintendent; Susan Muranishi, Alameda County Administrator; and Niccolo DeLuca, a lobbyist and former deputy administrator for the City of Oakland.
It’s from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. at Oakland City Hall, Hearing Room 3, and you’re all invited. You can find the flier here.