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RETAIL/COMMERCIAL LAND FOR SALE OR BUILT-TO-SUIT

PROPOSED SITE PLAN


Corner of High St. and MacArthur in East Oakland

PURCHASE INFORMATION
John Sechser Colby Mikulich
Senior Vice President Vice President
925.357.2007 925.357.2016 www.transwestern.com/walnutcreek
john.sechser@transwestern.com colby.mikulich@transwestern.com
LIC 00829597 LIC 01755707
TRANSWESTERN
TRANSWESTERN GIS
GIS
DEMOGRAPHIC
DEMOGRAPHIC SUMMARY
SUMMARY
3591
3591 High
High St,St, Oakland,
Oakland,CA CA 94619
94619
RETAIL/COMMERCIAL LAND FOR SALE OR BUILT-TO-SUIT MacArthur
MacArthur Blvd
Blvd & & High
High St,
St, Oakland,
Oakland,CA CA
00 -- 11 mi,
mi, 00 -- 33 mi,
mi, 00 -- 55 mi
mi
Corner of High St. and MacArthur in East Oakland 14/5/2015
14/5/2015
00 -- 11 mi
mi 00 -- 33 mi
mi 00 -- 55 mi
mi
POPULATION
POPULATION ## %
% ## %
% ## %
%
2024
2024 Forecast
Forecast 38,709
38,709 247,584
247,584 517,301
517,301
2019
2019 Projection
Projection 37,085
37,085 236,191
236,191 494,534
494,534
2014
2014 Estimate
Estimate 35,908
35,908 226,637
226,637 476,114
476,114
2010
2010 Census
Census 34,362
34,362 215,453
215,453 454,519
454,519
Forecast
Forecast Growth
Growth 2019-2024
2019-2024 4.38%
4.38% 4.82%
4.82% 4.60%
4.60%
Projected
Projected Growth
Growth 2014
2014 2019
2019 3.28%
3.28% 4.22%
4.22% 3.87%
3.87%
Estimated
Estimated Growth
Growth 2010-2014
2010-2014 4.50%
4.50% 5.19%
5.19% 4.75%
4.75%

HOUSEHOLDS
HOUSEHOLDS ## %
% ## %
% ## %
%
2024
2024 Forecast
Forecast 14,365
14,365 85,509
85,509 203,093
203,093
2019
2019 Projection
Projection 13,748
13,748 81,630
81,630 194,004
194,004
2014
2014 Estimate
Estimate 13,298
13,298 78,491
78,491 186,662
186,662
2010
2010 Census
Census 12,704
12,704 74,692
74,692 177,966
177,966
Forecast
Forecast Growth
Growth 2019-2024
2019-2024 4.48%
4.48% 4.75%
4.75% 4.68%
4.68%
Projected
Projected Growth
Growth 2014
2014 2019
2019 3.38%
3.38% 4.00%
4.00% 3.93%
3.93%
Estimated
Estimated Growth
Growth 2010-2014
2010-2014 4.68%
4.68% 5.09%
5.09% 4.89%
4.89%

ETHNICITY/RACE
ETHNICITY/RACE ## %
% ## %
% ## %
%
White
White 8,236
8,236 22.94%
22.94% 46,835
46,835 20.67%
20.67% 142,095
142,095 29.84%
29.84%
Black
Black 10,106
10,106 28.14%
28.14% 56,574
56,574 4.46%
4.46% 101,362
101,362 21.29%
21.29%
Asian
Asian 7,741
7,741 21.56%
21.56% 40,503
40,503 3.42%
3.42% 95,022
95,022 19.96%
19.96%
Hispanic
Hispanic 7,781
7,781 21.67%
21.67% 72,514
72,514 3.43%
3.43% 114,245
114,245 24.00%
24.00%
PROPERTY HIGHLIGHTS Other
Other 2,044
2,044 5.69%
5.69% 10,211
10,211 4.51%
4.51% 23,390
23,390 4.91%
4.91%

New construction retail building located at EDUCATION


EDUCATION ## %
% ## %
% ## %
%
Less
Less than
than 9th
9th Grade
Grade 2,717
2,717 11.18%
11.18% 22,927
22,927 15.34%
15.34% 36,356
36,356 11.05%
11.05%
Main & Main intersection in Oakland, CA Some
Some High
High School,
School, no
no Diploma
Diploma 1,804
1,804 7.42%
7.42% 15,373
15,373 10.28%
10.28% 25,752
25,752 7.82%
7.82%
High
High School
School Graduate
Graduate (or
(or GED)
GED) 5,349
5,349 22.00%
22.00% 29,615
29,615 19.81%
19.81% 57,189
57,189 17.38%
17.38%
Strategically located at the south end of the Some
Some College,
College, no
no Degree
Degree 5,580
5,580 22.95%
22.95% 28,849
28,849 19.30%
19.30% 61,542
61,542 18.70%
18.70%
MacArthur Boulevard retail district (just a half Associate
Associate Degree
Degree 1,529
1,529 6.29%
6.29% 8,901
8,901 5.95%
5.95% 20,116
20,116 6.11%
6.11%
block from Everette & Jones BBQ) near the on- Bachelor's
Bachelor's Degree
Degree 4,266
4,266 17.55%
17.55% 25,319
25,319 16.94%
16.94% 74,080
74,080 22.51%
22.51%
Masters
Masters Degree
Degree 2,133
2,133 8.77%
8.77% 12,195
12,195 8.16%
8.16% 34,147
34,147 10.38%
10.38%
ramp for Highway 580 Professional
Professional School
School Degree
Degree 543
543 2.23%
2.23% 3,939
3,939 2.63%
2.63% 11,970
11,970 3.64%
3.64%
Doctorate
Doctorate Degree
Degree 389
389 1.60%
1.60% 2,384
2,384 1.59%
1.59% 7,958
7,958 2.42%
2.42%
Walking distance to Mills College with over
1,600 students in 2014 WORKPLACE/INCOME
WORKPLACE/INCOME ## %
% ## %
% ## %
%
Median
Median Household
Household Income
Income $$ 59,899
59,899 $$ 54,133
54,133 $$ 60,915
60,915
Surrounded by dense residential development Average
Average Household
Household Income
Income $$ 80,027
80,027 $$ 80,422
80,422 $$ 89,505
89,505
Total
Total Employment
Employment 4,652
4,652 58,881
58,881 224,452
224,452
and retail White
White Collar
Collar 1,462
1,462 31.52%
31.52% 16,150
16,150 27.50%
27.50% 77,454
77,454 34.61%
34.61%
Blue
Blue Collar
Collar 3,177
3,177 68.48%
68.48% 42,573
42,573 72.50%
72.50% 146,350
146,350 65.39%
65.39%
Up to 5,000 square feet of contiguous retail Median
Median Employee
Employee Salary
Salary $$ 40,765
40,765 $$ 43,793
43,793 $$ 47,399
47,399
space available for lease Average
Average Employee
Employee Salary
Salary $$ 47,171
47,171 $$ 50,672
50,672 $$ 57,307
57,307
Daytime
Daytime Population
Population 24,648
24,648 194,783
194,783 504,766
504,766
Weekly
Weekly Per
Per Capita
Capita Spending
Spending $$ 348.67
348.67 $$ 341.81
341.81 $$ 353.76
353.76

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Copyright 2015
2015 Transwestern.
Transwestern.
John Sechser Colby Mikulich
Senior Vice President Vice President 500 Ygnacio Valley Road, Ste. 100
925.357.2007 925.357.2016 Walnut Creek, CA 94596
john.sechser@transwestern.com colby.mikulich@transwestern.com CA BROKERAGE LIC 01263636
LIC 00829597 LIC 01755707 T 925.357.2000 F 925.357.2001
The information provided herein was obtained from sources believed reliable; however, Transwestern makes no guarantees, warranties or representations as to the completeness or accuracy thereof.
The presentation of this property is submitted subject to errors, omissions, change of price or conditions, prior sale or lease, or withdrawal without notice. Copyright 2014 Transwestern. www.transwestern.com/walnutcreek
PURCHASE INFORMATION
John Sechser Colby Mikulich
Senior Vice President Vice President 500 Ygnacio Valley Road, Ste. 100
925.357.2007 925.357.2016 Walnut Creek, CA 94596
john.sechser@transwestern.com colby.mikulich@transwestern.com CA BROKERAGE LIC 01263636
LIC 00829597 LIC 01755707 T 925.357.2000 F 925.357.2001
The information provided herein was obtained from sources believed reliable; however, Transwestern makes no guarantees, warranties or representations as to the completeness or accuracy thereof.
The presentation of this property is submitted subject to errors, omissions, change of price or conditions, prior sale or lease, or withdrawal without notice. Copyright 2014 Transwestern. www.transwestern.com/walnutcreek
Pena, Iowayna

From:
Sent: Tuesday, August 18, 2015 11:24 AM
To: Campbell Washington, Annie; ; English, Jamila A.
Subject: Business on MacArthur and High

Hi Annie:

I just got word that there is a proposed McDonalds and Starbucks at the corner of High and MacArthur. Let me
first say that I am very pleased that there are steps being taken towards economic development near our
neighborhood. However, I as a resident of Fairfax, I would actually like to see economic investment on our side
of the freeway in Fairfax.

There is plenty of opportunity in the area of Bancroft and Fairfax and I encourage you to remind potential
investors that our neighborhood is worth looking at as well.

Sincerely,

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Pena, Iowayna

From: Campbell Washington, Annie on behalf of Maxson, Nayeli


Sent: Friday, July 24, 2015 3:04 PM
To: Campbell Washington, Annie
Subject: Accepted: HOLD: Briefing on High and MacArthur

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Pena, Iowayna

From:
Sent: Wednesday, August 19, 2015 6:20 PM
To: Simons, Adam J.
Cc: Campbell Washington, Annie
Subject: Development at High and MacArthur intersection

Adam,

IheardfromtheLaurel/RedwoodHeightsnewsletterthatyouarewelcominginputregardingthecornerofHighand
MacArthur,wherethereisconsiderationforaMcDonaldsandaStarbucksatthenowemptycornerlots.

IliveonHighStreetandcommutetoSanFranciscodaily,socrossMcArthurasapedestrianinthemornings(gettingto
carpoolorbusstop)andevenings(busstopdropoff).
Theintersectionseemsoftentoattractpoliceoremergencyvehicleactionandvehiclesturningright,acrossthecross
walks,dontalwaysseepedestriansenteringthecrosswalks.

TheStarbucksisOK,buttheMcDonaldsmightbringevenmorecrazyenergyandtraffictoanalreadyhightraffic
corner.Asis,vehiclespullingoutfromthe76gasstation,arequitebrazen/seementitledtopullintotraffic,cross
lanes,andblocktraffic.

Wouldntthedrivethrubusinessesinviteevenmoretraffic,pullinginandoutindifferentdirections?
Pleaseconsiderencouragingpedestriansafeandfriendlybusiness,vs.onescateringtovehiculartraffic.

Thankyouforyourconsideration.

Oakland, CA 94619

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Pena, Iowayna

From: Simons, Adam J.


Sent: Monday, September 14, 2015 9:18 AM
To: Bradley, Michael; Miller, Scott
Cc: Meloy, Elizabeth; Campbell Washington, Annie
Subject: FW: High & MacArthur

Michael&Scott,

ImfollowingupontheemailIsentonTuesdayoflastweek(highlightedinyellowbelow).Couldyoupleaseadviseat
yourearliestconvenience?

Thankyouinadvance.

Best,
Adam

AdamJ.Simons
ChiefofStaff
OfficeofCouncilmemberAnnieCampbellWashington
CityofOakland,District4

(510)2387042Office
(510)8396451Fax

From: Meloy, Elizabeth [mailto:emeloy@mpcca.com]


Sent: Monday, September 14, 2015 8:11 AM
To: Simons, Adam J.
Subject: RE: High & MacArthur

GoodMorningAdam,

Ihopeyouhadagreatweekend.HaveyouheardanythingfromMichaelandScottaboutpossibleland
dedication?ThereisalargeretailconferenceinSanDiegothisweekandSproutswillbeattending.Iwouldliketoput
togetherthepackageandprovidetothempriortothisconference.

Thanks,

ElizabethMeloy
MERIDIAN
Tel(925)3021400
Direct(925)3021428
Cell(714)4038986
EMeloy@mpcca.com
mpcca.com

From: Simons, Adam J. [mailto:ASimons@oaklandnet.com]


Sent: Tuesday, September 08, 2015 5:32 PM
To: Miller, Scott; Bradley, Michael

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Cc: Meloy, Elizabeth
Subject: RE: High & MacArthur

Michael&Scott,

Hopeyouarewell.ImwritingtofollowupfromourmeetingwithMs.MeloyregardingthevacantlotatHigh&
MacArthur.Canyouhelpusdetermineiflanddedicationisrequiredontheparceloflandwespokeabout?Ifnot,who
shouldIspeakwithtogleanthisbitofinformation?

Asalways,thankyouforyourtimeandattentiontowardsthismatter.

Appreciatively,
Adam

AdamJ.Simons
ChiefofStaff
OfficeofCouncilmemberAnnieCampbellWashington
CityofOakland,District4

(510)2387042Office
(510)8396451Fax

From: Meloy, Elizabeth [mailto:emeloy@mpcca.com]


Sent: Tuesday, September 08, 2015 5:01 PM
To: Simons, Adam J.
Subject: High & MacArthur

GoodAfternoonAdam,

IamfollowinguptoseeifyouhavemoreinformationontheLAMMPSproject.SproutsrequestedIputsome
preliminaryinformationtogethertosubmittothemonHigh&MacArthurandIwantedtoincludeinformationon
LAMMPS.IfoundsomeinitialLAMMPSinformationonlinebutwanttoensureIsendthemthecorrectinformation.

Finally,IamnotabletodetermineifthereislanddedicationrequiredonMacArthurBoulevardalongthefrontofmy
parcel.Doyouhaveanyinformationonthis?

Haveagreatevening!

Elizabeth

ElizabethMeloy
MERIDIAN
Tel(925)3021400
Direct(925)3021428
Cell(714)4038986
EMeloy@mpcca.com
mpcca.com

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Pena, Iowayna

From: Miller, Scott


Sent: Tuesday, April 21, 2015 6:38 PM
To: Simons, Adam J.; Campbell Washington, Annie
Cc: Flynn, Rachel; Ranelletti, Darin
Subject: Fwd: 3814 MacArthur, Oakland

AdamandAnnie,Iwantedyoutoknowstaff'spositiononthis.Wecandiscussthisatyourconvenience.

Scott

ScottMiller,ZoningManagerIBureauofPlanningI250FrankH.OgawaPlaza,Suite2114IOakland,
CA94612IPhone:(510)2382235IFax:(510)238
4730IEmail:smiller@oaklandnet.comIWebsite:www.oaklandnet.com/planning

Beginforwardedmessage:

From:"Miller,Scott"<SMiller@oaklandnet.com>
Date:April21,2015at4:25:38PMPDT
To:"Conn,Mike"<mconn@mpcca.com>
Cc:"Meloy,Elizabeth"<emeloy@mpcca.com>,"LilianaJain(Lilliana.G.Jain@jci.com)"
<Lilliana.G.Jain@jci.com>,"Marvin,Betty"<BMarvin@oaklandnet.com>,"Bradley,Michael"
<MBradley@oaklandnet.com>,"ArthurRichey(arthur.richey@davita.com)"
<arthur.richey@davita.com>,MarshallStewman<Marshall.Stewman@davita.com>,"Flynn,Rachel"
<rflynn@oaklandnet.com>,"Ranelletti,Darin"<dranelletti@oaklandnet.com>,"Kahn,Kelley"
<KKahn@oaklandnet.com>
Subject:RE:3814MacArthur,Oakland

Hello,Mike,etal.IhadtheopportunitytospeakwithRachelthisafternoon.Theconcernoverthe
importanceofencouragingandmaintainingthegreatestamountofretail(orotheractivestorefrontuse
suchasarestaurant)wascriticalincomingtothisdecision.WewillnotsupportaConditionalUse
Permitforexceeding35feetofprincipalstreetfrontageforyourMedicalServiceCommercialactivity
(pursuanttocodesection17.33.01,noteL7).

Thatdoesnot,however,precludeyoufromoperatingatthislocation,butofcourseitwouldrequire
significantredesign,withasignificantlylargerportionoftheMacarthurfrontagedevotedto
retail/restaurantactivity,andlikelyrequirea2ndfloortomeetyourspaceneeds.Letusknowifyou
wanttodiscussthispositionfurtherand/oryourdesignoptionsshouldyoudecidetomoveforwardwith
thissite.Thanks.

Scott

Scott Miller, Zoning Manager I Bureau of Planning I 250 Frank H. Ogawa Plaza, Suite
2114 I Oakland, CA 94612 I Phone: (510) 238-2235 I Fax: (510) 238-
4730 I Email: smiller@oaklandnet.com I Website: www.oaklandnet.com/planning

From: Conn, Mike [mailto:mconn@mpcca.com]
Sent: Monday, April 20, 2015 3:48 PM
To: Miller, Scott
Cc: Meloy, Elizabeth; Liliana Jain (Lilliana.G.Jain@jci.com); Marvin, Betty; Bradley, Michael; Arthur Richey
1
(arthur.richey@davita.com); Marshall Stewman; Conn, Mike
Subject: RE: 3814 MacArthur, Oakland

Scott/Michael/Betty,
Inadvanceofour9ammeetingtomorrow,pleaseseeattachedelevationsandsite/floorplan.The
conceptualfloorplanincludesaretailcomponentonthecornerfordiscussion,andareduceddialysis
stationcount(reducedfrom24stationsto20stationstoallowfortheRetail).Theelevationsandsite
planremainlargelythesameaspreviouslyshown.Theyreflectafunctionalsiteplanlayout,and
attractivearchitecturalfeaturesthatworkinharmonywiththeexistingLaurelDistrict.Thelayoutoffers
aflexibledesignthatisbothpedestrianfriendlyandactivatesthestreet.Wewillbepresentingtothe
LaurelDistrictBoardtonight,andcanprovideyoufeedbacktomorrowatourmeeting.Seeyousoon.
Thanks.

MikeConn
Meridian
Tel(925)2448720
mconn@mpcca.com
mpcca.com

From: Miller, Scott [mailto:SMiller@oaklandnet.com]


Sent: Monday, April 13, 2015 9:06 AM
To: Conn, Mike
Cc: Meloy, Elizabeth; Liliana Jain (Lilliana.G.Jain@jci.com); Marvin, Betty; Bradley, Michael; Arthur Richey
(arthur.richey@davita.com)
Subject: RE: 3814 MacArthur, Oakland

Thankyou,Mike,forthefollowup.IlookforwardtoasummaryofyourmeetingwiththeLaurelDistrict
association.IreturnfromashortvacationonTuesday,4/21,andwillbegladtomeetwithyouat9
am.AsIstressedinourmeetingfromlastweek,theinclusionofaretailspaceofatleast1,000to1,200
squarefeetatthecornerofMacarthurandBrown,andthesupportofthedistrictassociation,arevery
importantindecidingwhetherstaffwillsupportyourproposalatthislocation.

Scott

Scott Miller, Zoning Manager I Bureau of Planning I 250 Frank H. Ogawa Plaza, Suite
2114 I Oakland, CA 94612 I Phone: (510) 238-2235 I Fax: (510) 238-
4730 I Email: smiller@oaklandnet.com I Website: www.oaklandnet.com/planning

From: Conn, Mike [mailto:mconn@mpcca.com]


Sent: Friday, April 10, 2015 4:49 PM
To: Miller, Scott; Bradley, Michael; Marvin, Betty
Cc: Meloy, Elizabeth; Liliana Jain (Lilliana.G.Jain@jci.com); Arthur Richey (arthur.richey@davita.com);
Conn, Mike
Subject: 3814 MacArthur, Oakland

Scott,Michael,andBetty,
Thankyouformeetingwithusyesterdayonsuchshortnotice.Weappreciatethefeedbackandwill
continuetorefineourplan.Wewereabletoobtainaduediligenceextensionandreachacompromise
withthemanyBuyersandSellersinvolvedinthisstringoftransactionsfortheChurches.OurnewDue
Diligenceexpirationin4/22.Thatbeingsaid,weplantoattendtheLaurelDistrictBoardMeetingonthe
eveningof4/20,andhaverequestedanopportunitytopresent.Werespectfullyrequestafollowup
meetingwiththeCityofOaklandPlanningDptat9amon4/21todiscussprojectstatusandanynew

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updatesbeforeourcontingenciesexpire.PleaseconfirmyouravailabilityandIllcirculateameeting
invite.

Asalways,wewillkeepyouupdatedbetweennowand4/21ifanythingtranspires.Weappreciateyour
continuedassistanceandsupport.Thanks.

MikeConn
Meridian
Tel(925)2448720
mconn@mpcca.com
mpcca.com

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Pena, Iowayna

From: Annie Campbell Washington <annieforoakland@gmail.com>


Sent: Wednesday, March 04, 2015 10:01 AM
To: Campbell Washington, Annie
Subject: Fwd: 3814 MacArthur Boulevard
Attachments: 2015-02-26_150121_SITE PLAN.PDF; 2015-02-25_Design Elevations_reduced.pdf

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From: Meloy, Elizabeth <emeloy@mpcca.com>
Date: Mon, Mar 2, 2015 at 3:46 PM
Subject: 3814 MacArthur Boulevard
To: "annieforoakland@gmail.com" <annieforoakland@gmail.com>
Cc: "Adam J. Simon (asimons@oaklandnet.com)" <asimons@oaklandnet.com>, Trudi Loscotoff
<tloscotoff@mac.com>, "Conn, Mike" <mconn@mpcca.com>

Dear Council Member Campbell Washington:

In follow up to our last conversation, attached please find the proposed site plan and elevations for the subject
property.

- We prepared multiple site plan iterations to include the neighborhoods request for entry from MacArthur
Boulevard and exit onto Brown Avenue. These iterations did not provide the required minimum building width
of 60 needed for the necessary OSHPD dialysis chair clearances while maintaining a viable parking lot and
were disapproved by the tenant. The parcel width of 120 is the constraint.

- The proposed elevations are very similar to those presented to the neighborhood outreach except we
propose to demolish the existing theater tower element and reconstruct to current code.

- The client anticipates dialysis shifts of 6 am 10 am, 10 am 2 pm and 2 pm 6 pm with staggered arrival
times. These proposed times should not impact the local schools drop-off and pick-up traffic.

- We are ready to submit the pre-application consisting of the proposed site plan and building elevations to
the Planning Department. Pre-application comments are typically received within 30-45 days of City submittal.
We would then incorporate the pre-application comments into the formal entitlement submittal (which will take
4-6 weeks to prepare). The City would public notice during the formal entitlement process.

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- Once weve submitted the pre-application we are eager to move forward with further community
outreach. Wed like to send a letter and project fact sheet to the surrounding residents and businesses in an
effort to disseminate project information and solicit feedback. We would also be happy to provide these
materials for you to distribute as well. In addition to the Laurel Merchants, are there any other district
organizations you think we should reach out to?

I look forward to receiving your input prior to our submittal. As always, thank you for your time and guidance.

Sincerely,

Elizabeth Meloy
MERIDIAN
Tel (925) 244-7585
EMeloy@mpcca.com

mpcca.com

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Pena, Iowayna

From: Anne Campbell Washington <annecampbellwashington@gmail.com>


Sent: Thursday, March 05, 2015 5:15 PM
To: Campbell Washington, Annie
Subject: Fwd: District 4 Newsletter: Put Your Fingertips On Our Neighborhood Business
Districts!

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From:
Date: Tue, Feb 24, 2015 at 11:47 AM
Subject: Re: District 4 Newsletter: Put Your Fingertips On Our Neighborhood Business Districts!
To: annecampbellwashington@gmail.com

Annie,

Thanks for the email. I've been wanting to get more involved in the neighborhood and would like some help on
how to do this. I am a Regional VP with a financial planning company and have been in the 4th District for a
little over two and a half years. I was wanting to do some sort of series of financial literacy or wellbeing
workshops. Any idea on to proceed with this?

On Thu, Feb 19, 2015 at 8:41 AM, Councilmember Annie Campbell Washington
<annecampbellwashington@gmail.com> wrote:

Hello Friends,

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If you haven't run into the District 4 City Council Office out and about at
neighborhood meetings over the past six weeks, you are spending too many
nights at home! We are attending every NCPC (Neighborhood Council)
meeting, every Merchant District meeting, every "Friends of" meeting
(Joaquin Miller Park, Sausal Creek, Woodminster Theatre, etc.), and every
Homeowners Association meeting that we can find. We are so thrilled to
have the opportunity to serve the residents, employees, business owners and
volunteers of the District 4 neighborhoods and also, to serve the entire City
of Oakland. This is an incredible opportunity, and we thank you.

One of the most unique parts of being your locally elected representative in
the City of Oakland is the opportunity to work closely with you in our
neighborhoods to make a positive impact on the things that affect our daily
lives -- pedestrian safety, street repair, park maintenance, business district
revitalization, and housing development -- just to name a few. We take this
part of the job very seriously and are intent on reaching out to you and
listening to your needs to make informed decisions and votes.

In that vein, please reach out to us to share your opinion on two potential
developments in our neighborhood business districts:

Montclair Village
As reported in the Montclarion, F&M Bank
(http://www.mercurynews.com/News/ci_27509676/Montclair-Village:-
Prospect-of-sixth-area-bank-debated) is interested in the vacant retail
location at 2042 Mountain Blvd. Starbucks has also taken an interest in
expanding into this location. Please reach out to us if you would like to
weigh in on this issue. F&M Bank will submit its plans to the City of Oakland
for review by the Planning Commission, so public input will be extremely
valuable.

Laurel Business District


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A medical company is interested in building a dialysis patient treatment
center in the former church/theatre located at 3814 MacArthur. Please let
us know if you would like to be added to the email updates from Meridian --
the medical building developer -- as they move through the
process. Residents and business owners will want to weigh in on the facade
improvements that will inevitably be made to that building to ensure that
they activate the space and are welcome additions to that part of the
business district. Please send your comments, or a request to be added to
email alerts, to Adam Simons at asimons@oaklandnet.com.

Thank you, in advance, for taking the time to express your opinions to us
about changes that are being made in your neighborhood business
districts. We are thrilled to have the opportunity to represent your voices,
and to be liaisons between the residents and potential developers and
business owners as they consider locating in our neighborhoods.

Local Heroes
Here is one last push to encourage your participation and attendance at our
upcoming Annual District 4 Local Heroes Awards Celebration on Saturday,
February 28th at 10:00 am the Allendale Recreation Center (3711 Suter
Street). Submit your nomination for a Local Hero -- someone who has made
a positive impact on your neighborhood or local school -- by Saturday,
February 21st to nmaxson@oaklandnet.com. After the Awards Ceremony,
we'll follow the Chinese Lion dancers up to the Laurel Business District to
bless all of the businesses and celebrate Lunar New Year. We are so excited
to celebrate some of our most special District 4 residents, volunteers and
business owners!

City of Oakland Budget


The City Council will begin its budget development process with a discussion
of City budget priorities at a special meeting on Monday, March 2nd from
9AM-1PM in City Council Chambers. What is most important to you to
preserve in this next two-year City budget? I look forward to the difficult
conversations of trade-offs as Mayor Libby Schaaf presents her proposed
budget to the City Council and the deliberations begin. Please send budget
comments to me at acampbell-washington@oaklandnet.com.

Again, we are thrilled to have the opportunity to serve Oakland. Please


reach out to us with any ideas, questions or concerns. We want to hear from
you!

Warmest regards,

COMMUNITY OFFICE HOURS


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SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 22nd from 10am-12pm at the Montclair Farmer's Market at
La Salle Avenue and Moraga Avenue. Every last Sunday of the month.

SUNDAY, MARCH 8th from 10am-12pm at The Hive in the Dimond District at 2139
MacArthur Blvd. and Fruitvale. Every second Sunday of the month.

SATURDAY, MARCH 14th from 10am-12pm at the Melrose Branch of the Oakland
Public Library at 4805 Foothill Blvd. and 48th Ave. Every second Saturday of the
month.

CELEBRATE LOCAL HEROES


FEBRUARY 28TH!
ANNUAL LOCAL HEROES CELEBRATION AND LUNAR NEW YEAR PARADE

SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 28TH


10-11:30am - Celebration at Allendale Recreation Center at 3711 Suter St.
11:30am-2pm - Parade along MacArthur Blvd. between 35th Ave. and High St.
On Saturday, February 28th, come to the District 4 Local Heroes Ceremony and Lion
Dance Procession! Hosted by the District 4 Office in partnership with the Laurel
District Association. We'll have activities for the whole family.

Nominate your favorite District 4 "Local Hero" for an award in outstanding


community involvement, by sending an email to District 4 Council staff member,
Nayeli Maxson, at NMaxson@oaklandnet.com.
CONTACT ORGANIZER

MEET SHERLOCK
Sherlock is an Oakland Animal
Services dog looking for a loving
home. He's about two years old,
active and likes other dogs.

All February, Oakland Animal


Services is celebrating Home is
Where the HeART Is! Adopters of
select pets, like sweet Sherlock
here, also receive a portrait of
their new family member, created
by a local artist! So come down to
the shelter to see pets and art.
Artist Michael Wertz created this
portrait of Sherlock.
LEARN MORE
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UPCOMING EVENTS ON THE
DISTRICT 4 CALENDAR
FRIDAY, FEB. 20th - SAT., FEB. 28th (times vary)
PEACE VIGILS FOR RACIAL JUSTICE
MacArthur Blvd. & Fruitvale Ave., Oakland
In honor of Black History Month, for the month of February, community members in
the Dimond neighborhood have been gathering at the intersection of Fruitvale and
MacArthur to hold Black Lives Matter peace vigils. The following is a list of all vigils
through the end of February:

Friday, Feb. 20th from 12-1pm


Saturday, Feb. 21st from 12-1pm
Monday, Feb. 23rd from 8-9am
Tuesday, Feb. 24th from 4:30-5:30pm
Friday, Feb. 27th from 12-1pm
Saturday, Feb. 28th from 12-1pm

All community members are welcome to join. For more information, contact the
organizer by using the contact button below.
CONTACT ORGANIZER

SATURDAY, FEB. 21st and SUNDAY FEB. 22nd, 9am-3pm


WILDFIRE PREVENTION ASSESSMENT DISTRICT (WPAD) WORKDAYS
Skyline Blvd. at Keller Ave., Oakland
Two WPAD Workdays are coming up on Saturday, February 21 and Sunday, February
22 from 9am - 3pm. For the first time, the Oakland Fire Department has asked the
WPAD Advisory Committee to help coordinate a 2-day service project, pulling broom
on Skyline at Keller.
CONTACT ORGANIZER

SATURDAY, FEB. 21st, 9am-12pm


PALLID MANZANITA WORKDAY
Chabot Space and Science Center, 10000 Skyline Blvd., Oakland
Help enhance the habitat around the endangered pallid manzanitas. Volunteers will
be raking debris from around the manzanitas and tarping stumps to prevent
regrowth of recently removed trees. Please wear long sleeves, pants and sturdy
shoes. Bring gloves if you have them. Materials will be provided to sanitize shoes
before entering the work area. Those interested in volunteering should contact Judy
at lupine15@gmail.com for a waiver (all participants must sign waiver). Meet at the
roudabout at Chabot Center.
CONTACT ORGANIZER

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MONDAY, FEB. 23rd, 6:30pm
NEIGHBORHOOD WATCH APPRECIATION CELEBRATION & GENERAL
ELECTION
Eastmont Substation, 2651 73rd Avenue, Oakland
The Neighborhood Watch Steering Committee (NWSC) is sponsoring its annual
appreciation celebration, thanking block captains who are working hard to make
changes in their neighborhoods. In addition, the NWSC is holding a general election
for officer positions (Chair, Vice-chair, Recording Secretary, Treasurer, Area
Representative and Merchant Watch Representative). Please RSVP by emailing
nsdadmin@oaklandnet.com. Questions should be directed to Renee Sykes at
rsykes@oaklandnet.com or call 510-238-7929.
CONTACT ORGANIZER

SATURDAY, FEB. 28th, 9am-3pm


OAKLAND HOUSING FAIR
The Kaiser Center, 300 Lakeside Dr., Oakland
California Assemblymember Rob Bonta, NID Housing Counseling Agency, the City of
Oakland and HOPE NOW are hosting this event to assist homeowners and prospective
homeowners in Oakland. Learn more about become a new homeowner by registering
for a First Time Home Buyer Certification Program. Register at 877-670-7360 x212. If
you're already a homeowner, meet face to face with your lender and a non-profit
housing expert, see if you qualify for a loan modification or a significant reduction
in your monthly mortgage payments. Free Parking available.
LEARN MORE

SATURDAY, FEB. 28th, 9am-12pm


RESTORE BEACONSFIELD CANYON WITH FRIENDS OF SAUSAL CREEK
2639 Beaconsfield Place, Oakland
Join local volunteers in restoring beautiful Beaconsfield Canyon, between Chelton
and Ascot Drive in Oakland's Montclair district. Pull invasive plants; plant natives;
water them; build trails and enjoy the urban wilderness. Tools, gloves, snacks and
water provided. Wear long sleeves, long pants and closed toe shoes with good
tread.
CONTACT ORGANIZER

TUESDAY, MARCH 3rd


CITY COUNCIL MEETINGS
Council Chambers, City Hall
The City Council meets the first, third and fifth Tuesdays of the month in Council
Chambers on the 3rd floor of City Hall. Ceremonial presentations and non-
controversial (consent) items will be heard at 5:30 pm. At 6:30 pm public hearings
and discussion items are reviewed.
LEARN MORE

SATURDAY, MARCH 7th, 9am-12pm


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CITY CLEAN UP DAY WITH THE MAYOR'S OFFICE
Allendale Triangle, start on 38th Avenue
City Council offices are working with the Mayor to organize City Clean Up Days,
picking up garbage and beautifying Oakland. The District 4 Clean Up Day will be
held on Saturday, March 7th at the Allendale Triangle on 38th Avenue and working
our way up 38th Avenue. Please contact the organizer below for more information.
CONTACT ORGANIZER

SATURDAY, MARCH 21st, 1:30-4:30pm


LAUREL ART GARDEN CLEAN UP & TRIMMING
Laurel Art Garden, 35th Ave. & Delaware, Oakland
Come help clean up the Laurel Art Garden, adopted through the Adopt-A-Spot
program by the Laurel Village Association (LVA) nine years ago. The LVW, who has
received two Keep Oakland Beautiful grants, is now refurbishing the garden, looking
after sculptures, signage, trees and raised beds.
LEARN MORE

SUNDAY, MARCH 22nd, 1:30-4:30pm


WORLD WATER DAY OAKLAND
Lake Merritt, Oakland
Sunday, March 22nd is World Day for Water. East Bay Municipal Utility District
(EBMUD), Unify.com and local businesses and non-profits are partnering up to gather
4,000-5,000 people at Lake Merritt to bless the lake, raise awareness about water
issues and create healing for Oakland. To volunteer, contact Dave Room
(DaveRoom@gmail.com) or Armando Davila (DaVilaKirkwood@gmail.com).
CONTACT ORGANIZER

SUNDAY, MARCH 15th, 2:30-5pm


2ND ANNUAL OAKLAND BACON AND BEER FESTIVAL
Market Building at Jack London Square, Oakland
Come celebrate great bacon and beer! The festival raises funds for local non-profit
Oakland Grown. Eat Boston, the organizer, produces creative food sampling events
around the country, raising funds for local food-centric non-profits. Bacon from
local businesses like Fist of Flour Pizza Co., Chop Bar and Tina Tamale and local
beer from 101 North, Linden Street and many more.
LEARN MORE

SATURDAY, MARCH 28th, 10am-1:30pm


BIKE FEST
Laurel Elementary School, 3750 Brown Ave., Oakland
Bike Fest is a safety event to teach kids street skills for riding bikes, scooters, etc.
or walking. There will be a bike rodeo, a trivia wheel, a bike blenderm mobile bike
repair, Bikemobile, as well as friends from Laurel Cyclery. Please note: limited
availability for bike repair services. Priority given to repairing students' bikes. As
this event is completely free and volunteer-run, event organizers are collecting
donated safety gear (bike lights, new whistles and helmets as well as fun add-ons
like stickers and colored duct tape). Drop off donations at Laurel Elementary or
contact organizer.
CONTACT ORGANIZER

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DOCUMENTARY FILM PRODUCTION
IN DISTRICT 4!
DIMOND PARK, DIMOND CANYON AND JOAQUIN MILLER PARK
Fundraising now underway!
Update: Contact with film crew has been signed and pre-prodcution is beginning
soon. Donations are still requested, as fundraising is still a priority.

The documentary film, intended for Oakland residents and visitors alike, will
celebrate the unique urban to rural trail system connecting Dimond Park to the Bay
Area Ridge Trail and beyond. For information on hiking tours in this area with
organizer Stan Dodson, go to: http://trailhead-dimond-park.org/hiking-tours/
DONATE HERE

FabLab OPENS AT CASTLEMONT HIGH

The Sustainable Urban Design Academy (SUDA) of Castlemont High School opened a
FabLab! A hands-on STEM learning environment teaching creativity, innovation,
design, engineering and manufacturing, it is the first fabrication laboratory of its
kind at an Oakland High School. Students learn how to design and build using
traditional hand and power tools as well as 3D printers, laser cutters and CNC
routers. The Lab is also a bridge to connect Castlemont students to the Central
FabLab at Laney College. Contact Danny Beesley for more information.
CONTACT SUDA DIRECTOR

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REV. HARRY LOUIS WILLIAMS HONORED
FOR BLACK HISTORY MONTH
The District 4 nominee for the February 16th Council meeting was Rev. Harry Louis
Williams. Rev. Williams was honored by the City Council during Black History and
Heritage Month for his dedication to creating positive change in the community. We
thank Rev. Williams for his critically important work with youth and victims of
violence in Oakland and hope to work with him in the future. To learn more about
Rev. Williams' work, read Oakland Tribune columnist Tammerlin Drummond's piece
on the Reverend by clicking on the 'learn more' button below.
LEARN MORE

District 4 staff members Jamila English and Adam Simons with


Rev. Williams and Councilmember Campbell Washington

"BUY A BRICK" TO INCREASE


PEDESTRIAN SAFETY!

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The Antioch Court Streetscape Project is
a Merchant and Community Initiative
focusing on making Montclair Village a
safer and more vibrant place. The
project will increase crosswalk visibility,
shorten the crossing length, create a
level surface, add a more contrasting
surface treatment and better pedestrian
lighting. This will increase pedestrian
safety, calm traffic flow and allow for a
central gathering space for community events. To support this initiative, community
members may buy a personalized, engraved brick to be placed into the ground with
donor names and photos!
LEARN MORE

REWARD FOR REPORTING


ILLEGAL DUMPING
PREVENT BLIGHT AND REDUCE HAZARDS BY
REPORTING ILLEGAL DUMPING!
The City of Oakland has launched a new program
rewarding witnesses who report illegal dumping
with up to half of all penalties collected in
successful enforcement actions.

There are four ways to report illegal dumping:


1. Call Public Works: 510-615-5566
2. Email: opwcallcenter@oaklandnet.com
3. Mobile app: SeeClickFix
4. Public Works website: www.oaklandpw.com
click on "Report a Problem"
LEARN MORE

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Pena, Iowayna

From:
Sent: Friday, August 21, 2015 8:16 AM
To: Campbell Washington, Annie; Simons, Adam J.
Subject: Proposed new businesses on corner of High and MacArthur

Hello,

I recently heard from my neighborhood group that your office is looking for feedback on a
proposal to bring a Starbucks and a McDonalds to the corner down the street from our house. I
appreciate this opportunity to express my opinion, as a resident at for the
past 13 years.
Having two empty lots as the first thing people see when they exit High Street off
of 580 is not a great introduction to the neighborhood, and Starbucks might provide a
welcoming, safe place for Mills students to study and local teens and families to hang out, but we
have zero interest in a McDonald's drive-thru restaurant at the corner of 4299 MacArthur and
High.

There are already KFC and Taco Bell drive-thrus in the neighborhood and they
don't attract people to come and shop in the small independent stores on the block,
and they just lead to more trash and poor health options for the community.

We need to add businesses that are committed to the neighborhood, that will
support neighborhood schools and sports teams, and care about the people who
live here.
Please provide our neighborhood a public forum for giving community input as well as give the
neighborhood the opportunity to organize against this proposal. A McDonalds is just not good for
the Laurel, and we have come so far in the last few years with a new gym, the Laurel Street fair,
new signage to create neighborhood identity, etc. Let's develop those two corners very
intentionally to keep the good spirit going.

Thank you,