Source: Contra Costa Times
By: David DeBolt
Date: February 29, 2016
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The question of what should be done with a prime parcel of land destined for housing near Lake Merritt returned to City Hall on February 29, 2016.

Dozens of speakers at the city’s Community and Economic Development Committee meeting, including longtime residents and labor leaders, spoke in favor of building affordable units amid a housing crisis they say is driving Oakland residents from their neighborhoods.

“It’s the one (project) that does the most to provide badly needed affordable housing for Oakland residents,” said David Zisser, a staff attorney with Public Advocates.

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Also published by San Jose Mercury News on February 29, 2016 

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