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Morning Wrap: 9/12/12

Wednesday, September 12, 2012

CCSF at risk of bankruptcy, federal judge ratchets up pressure on Oakland police reforms, hundreds line up in hopes of getting work at a new Livermore outlet mall, more.
  • A federal judge ordered Oakland to provide a list of contracts the city has entered into since January related to the court-ordered reform of the police department. Oakland Tribune
  • Troubled City College of San Francisco’s finances are so precarious that the state’s chancellor for community colleges warned that the school, which faces accreditation problems, is at risk of bankruptcy. Chronicle
  • More than 1,000 job seekers turned out for a job fair hoping to be hired at a new Livermore outlet mall. Contra Costa Times
  • Minor mayoral news—San Jose: Mayor Chuck Reid got a traffic ticket on his way to work. Mercury News
  • Minor mayoral news—San Francisco: Mayor Ed Lee proclaimed that October will be “Innovation Month” in the city. Chronicle

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