Plus: The city is paying $1.5 million to settle former police Chief Anne Kirkpatrick’s lawsuit.
Plus: The council will vote on a police department hiring plan and hear a report on redlining in West Oakland.
Plus, Lowell Park’s basketball courts are getting a makeover.
Plus, the council is declaring this week Queer and Transgender Asian and Pacific Islander week.
Plus: Legal settlements with two former city employees and funding to help people living at a E. 12th Street homeless encampment.
Plus: Madison Park is being renamed for Wilma Chan and councilmembers want an investigation of the treatment of women of color.
Plus: Town Nights funding, traffic safety report, Coliseum board, and more.
And the developers behind a proposed apartment tower on E. 12th Street want yet another extension.
And the council wants the governor to dig into the state budget to prevent Oakland school closures.
Councilmembers will also hear a report on the state of firehouses, and vote to accept grants to reduce a backlog of OPD cases.
Councilmembers will also hear a report on whether the city can open more vaccination sites.
A controversial ban on backyard cottages is also finally heading before councilmembers.
The council will decide on a plan to hire more Oakland officers amid a rise of homicides and shootings.
The council will decide how to spend $300,000 in winter homelessness relief funds, and establish a funding district for the massive Oak Knoll project.
The council will vote Tuesday on settling a public records class action lawsuit and expanding housing options.